Digital Media Convergence Ltd (DMCL) is in talks to provide its content on the mobile to telecom operators in the US and UK, reports Indiantelevision. They’re also planning a national rollout of the service, as well as regional language content. They claim to have signed up 2500 subscribers in the first week, and now the company says that they open to sourcing content from outside the Zee network for ISEE. If you remember, that’s exactly what STAR India had wanted to do. Heh…I’ve heard that other media companies are working on their own applications, and are more likely to launch their own service than tie up with another.
We’d reported earlier about DMCL launching a service called ISEE with telecom operator BSNL, priced at Rs. 150 a month. It seems they’ve launched the service in North India, and already. If you’re in north India – Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttaranchal and Jammu and Kashmir – and have subscribed – do let us know what you think of the service.