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Vodacom SA enhances mobile content

August 2, 2010 • Mobile and Telecoms

Vodacom has partnered with world-leading content providers to bring videos, music, and games to its customers.
In just the past week alone, Vodacom has started offering some of the best TV channels and video on demand content available anywhere via DStv Mobile and the On Demand Group.

“Watching video content via a cellphone is nothing new, but with the range of titles available from our new partnerships with DStv Mobile and On Demand Group and with the new breed of smartphones and high speeds possible on our network, it has gone to a whole new level. Imagine being able to catch up with Big Brothers All Stars or keep track of the game on SuperSport Blitz while stuck in a queue at the supermarket, or for that matter share your favourite bits from that Desperate Housewives or Sex and the City episode while relaxing with friends” said Vodacom SA MD, Shameel Joosub.

All this new content is now available via Vodafone live!, a site which unlocks the entertainment potential of the cellphone and aims to be the destination for music, video, sports, lifestyle content and more for all Vodacom customers.

There are eleven channels available on the DStv Mobile service including, SuperSport Blitz, SuperSport Live Events, Channel O, Trace TV, Africa Magic, CNN and Big Brother Africa All Stars.

On Demand Group’s exciting range includes hit series including The Sopranos, Entourage, Sex and the City, Desperate Housewives, Lost, South Park, and hundreds of music videos.

Customers can subscribe to the On Demand Group’s service for R75 per month or R20 per week. Customers who subscribe to either the monthly or weekly service will recieve their first subscription period free during during the promotional period from August to September 2010.

DStv MOBILE subscribers will be able to view eleven channels and a wide range of video clips for an all inclusive subscription of R59 per month or R19 per week, subject to a fair usage policy.

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