DMTV rolls out DVB-H in Kenya

Wednesday 24 October 2007 | 14:18 CET | News
Digital Mobile TV (DMTV) has launched a mobile broadcast technology in Kenya that allows users to watch up to 10 live television channels on their mobile phones. DMTV CEO Francois Theron said at a press briefing that the company is in the process of concluding an agreement with one of the mobile operators to market the service in Kenya, making it the seventh country in the world to roll-out the product. The service will be provided in partnership with pay-TV operator MultiChoice and the KBC. Consumers would be required to buy a phone that is specially configured to receive digital video

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MultiChoice
Countries: Kenya
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