Bell offers its iPhone users Mobile TV

Bell offers its iPhone users Mobile TV
In a move designed to differentiate itself from Rogers and TELUS, Bell is offering its Mobile TV service to its iPhone users. This is sure to make some U.S. iPhone users turn green with envy.  Networks available include CBC News, CTV, Rogers SportsNet, The Weather Channel and some live NHL games. The cost for the service is $8 per month with Olympic coverage requiring a one time $10 payment. One cavaet, due to SIM card verification and carrier exclusivity,the service is only available over 3G. Is this something that you would subscribe to if offered? More importantly, would AT&T's 3G pipeline get too clogged if it offered this in the States?

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source: BellMobileTV via BGR


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