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April 10, 2005

TComm reveals plans for its Tellyfone service

TComm, a developer of streaming video technology, is preparing to launch its Tellyfone mobile TV service in the UK.

By CBR Staff Writer

The Tellyfone is a cross-platform, network independent mobile TV service that aims to deliver live, streamed and downloaded audio/video content to mobile phones.

TComm said its network includes individual subscription channels on content such as comedy, soaps, films, music and a games show. Subscribers currently have a choice of six premium channels and another eight channels are planned for launch over the next 60 days.

We feel that it is important to allow users to choose what they want to see and to present them with a broad spectrum of content, said Stewart Mclean, managing director at TComm. With this new service we are confident that we will find European partners in both the mobile industry and retail sector to use the Tellyfone service on their network or make it available to their customers.

The Tellyfone service is available for use on most mobile phones and works over GSM, GPRS and 3G mobile networks with Symbian, Java or 3G enabled mobile phones. According to the company, future additions will include the ability to deliver ringtones, wallpapers and logos with the content.

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