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  1. #1
    Rachael Reynolds
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    If you subscribe to mobile TV (on Vodafone), is the £10 charge per month the
    totality of the charge? I was assuming you don't pay for data transfer as
    well but thought I should check. Can't find it on the Vodafone FAQs...

    Ta!

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    Rachael

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  2. #2
    fellowscot
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    Re: Mobile TV


    "Rachael Reynolds" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > If you subscribe to mobile TV (on Vodafone), is the £10 charge per month
    > the totality of the charge? I was assuming you don't pay for data
    > transfer as well but thought I should check. Can't find it on the
    > Vodafone FAQs...
    >
    > Ta!
    >
    > --
    > Rachael
    >
    > www.justgiving.com/rachaelslondonmarathon


    Hi there. Am not on Vodaphone but i do use Orange TV and they only charge
    you for a package per month. That includes data and subject to fair usage.

    I found all the information about Orange tv on the wap pages from my
    handset. It should be somewhere with vodafone..

    Just give them a call.

    Have you actaully used mobile tv? any good?





  3. #3
    fellowscot
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    Re: Mobile TV

    If you havent already. Try posting in uk.telecom.mobile group.





  4. #4
    Rachael Reynolds
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    Re: Mobile TV


    "fellowscot" <dsdfs> wrote in message
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    > If you havent already. Try posting in uk.telecom.mobile group.

    Thanks. Haven't tried it yet but my handset with it on arrives tommorrow.
    But I'm told that most people are quite disappointed with it so may not be
    worth subscribing after the free trial anyway.

    Rachael





  5. #5
    fellowscot
    Guest

    Re: Mobile TV


    ">> If you havent already. Try posting in uk.telecom.mobile group.
    > Thanks. Haven't tried it yet but my handset with it on arrives tommorrow.
    > But I'm told that most people are quite disappointed with it so may not be
    > worth subscribing after the free trial anyway.
    >
    > Rachael


    Don't be put off by that.

    Picture quality depends on , location, signal strength and handset.

    Will that person be watching TV on the move rather than just one place?
    If your in an area that has good signal strength then you can easily watch
    TV on the move.
    If not, its best to find a good location with good signal strength and watch
    it there.

    The handset is where it makes the difference. You can watch TV on most
    handsets but I you should opt for a high end mobile.

    I currently watch my Orange T.V on a Nokia N95 and Nokia N93i handset. They
    both have large displays and good processors.

    I used the trial Orange T.V. I used it in several locations. I travel
    mostly for my work so I get to test it out where signals are strong and
    weak.

    I have noticed that there is sometimes picture and audio lag. ( ever been on
    the phone and sometimes you cant hear the other person or voice is
    crackled?)
    The same goes for mobile T.V. Normal phone call, handset just has to process
    the voice but mobile tv, has to process the voice and video.

    When your handset comes, try the free trial. Try it if you can everywhere
    you go.

    Or if you really wanted TV on your mobile. Nokia has a deditcated handset to
    watch digital T.V. Not steaming TV that Vodaphone and Orange are providing.
    Just like watching normal tv

    Hope some off this has helped you.

    Well done in the London Marathon!!!! Keep up all your good work!!!!






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