New Delhi, Feb 15 (UNI) State-owned Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today launched its mobile TV service on experimental basis.
The service, offering seven channels, will be available free of cost to the subscribers having MTNL's unlimited plan and GPRS enabled handsets, till its commercial launch in the first week of April.
''We are giving this service free, on an experimental basis, to our 500 customers who are having unlimited plan of Rs 349 per month till we launch it commercially,'' MTNL Executive Director A K Arora told UNI.
A customer, having GPRS-enabled handset supported by Symbian operating system with a minimum phone memory of two MB and real player application, will be able to use the service.
The subscriber base of MTNL stands at 15.5 lakh in landline, 13.5 lakh in GSM, 1.5 lakh in CDMA, 2.5 lakh broadband and 16000 lease lines. About 25,000 subscribers use GPRS services of the company.
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