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MobiTV moves past two mn subscriber mark

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MUMBAI: MobiTV, which provides mobile and broadband television and music services in the US and other countries has exceeded two million paying subscribers worldwide.

It has more than doubled its fan-base in less than one year.

 

MobiTV CEO, chairman and co-founder Dr. Phillip Alvelda says, "The recent hype in the mobile media space isn't all that surprising given the new contenders looking to enter the marketplace some time later this year. But nothing tells an unequivocal story of success quite like a subscriber base soaring past two million and growing faster than ever

before."



MobiTV has more than 100 television channels worldwide, and nearly 40 channels in its US offering including many of the very same live television stations available in homes via

cable; support for nearly all commercial network standards including existing operator networks as well as future 4G networks such as Wimax and DVB-H; a collection of supported mobile and broadband-connected devices; unlimited channel capacity; the first-ever interactive advertising platform complete with m-commerce capabilities; the industry's highest

video quality running real live television direct from the networks at up to full NTSC resolution and as high as 30 frames-per-second.

 

MobiTV president and co-founder Paul Scanlan says, "After more than three years of delivering real live television and video on demand services commercially for millions of customers, on almost every type of mobile or broadband network, MobiTV has quickly become the industry's go-to resource for mobile content delivery.



"There's nothing more satisfying than helping our carrier partners monetize their newly deployed, multi-billion dollar 3G networks with a next generation platform that seamlessly

transitions for 4G, Wimax and beyond."

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