Can “Free” DVB-T Drive Mobile TV Uptake?

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Andy

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Andy

Now there are many TV phones,which are IPTV and Analoge. You need to be on the internet and pay for the GPRS.Analoge one can not get good signal when you move.But our DTV18 supports DVB-T digital TV with which you can watch TV when you are in moving car,train or other places.The 3.2 inch QVGA screen could provide you high-definition Euro 2008 and Olympic Game programme.FM,Bluetooth,the VIP business,magic voice,online stock.While the price is only $180/PC,which is less half than Vodafone's.

Chris

DVB-T is not another mobile TV standard. It is "the good old terrestrial TV gone digital", so it is targeted at regular screensizes and home-usage for people who do not have a satellite dish or cable connection. There are a lot of technical detailsto consider, but the main mistake in the article is important:
DVB-T is not for free in Europe! Far from that: you have to pay a fee for every TV set you own to collecting societies. So if you have a phone with build in DVB-T encoder, you will have to pay these fees as well, no matter if you are using it as a TV or not (just like for example PCs with a DVB-T encoder card). In Germany a TV costs around 11 Euro pluas a 5 Euro base fee per month, around 26$. Switzerland charges 24 CHF, around 26 $ a month as well…Thats far from free…

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