DStv: three new mobile TV channels soon

2011-03-31 00:00

DSTV Mobile will be adding three new channels to its broadcast mobile TV offering. This comes just months after successfully launching digital mobile television towards the end of 2010.

CNNi, E! Entertainment and Sony Max will join the existing nine DStv channels that have been available as part of the introduc-tory phase.

Said Aletta Alberts, head of content, “The content on DStv Mobile is based on extensive research and consumers have been encouragingly vocal in terms of what they want to watch on a mobile device.”

From the first week of April, the available channels will be as follows: eNews, CNNi, Channel O, E! Entertainment, Sony Max, Africa Magic, Cartoon Network, Trace Urban, SuperSport 1, 2 and 3 and SuperSport Blitz.

DStv Mobile accessed through the Drifta mobile decoder will cost R36 monthly.

Visit www.dstvmobile.com for detailed information.

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