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AT&T wireless customers in Miami can now get Mobile TV

AT&T has launched its Mobile TV service in South Florida, available for customers from Key West to Indian River County. The service, which expanded to 20 markets on Monday, allows wireless customers to watch full TV shows on their mobile phones.

Unlimited access to AT&T Mobile TV costs $15 a month, or can be bundled with an unlimited data plan for $30 a month. Channels include: CBS Mobile, CNBC, Comedy Central, ESPN Mobile TV, FOX Mobile, FOX News, MSNBC, MTV, NBC2Go, Nickelodeon, CNN Mobile and Pix.

The service works with the LG Invision, LG Vu, Samsung Access and Samsung Eternity.

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Jeff Greene

First of all why would anyone want to be attatched to that much (tiny) TV? If you're travelling, I can see wanting to watch some TV while waiting for a flight. With that in mind, just get a Digital TV receiver for your laptop. Now that Digital TV is broadcasting, you can buy a USB TV Receiver with Antenna (small package) that gives you ALL the local broadcast channels on your large laptop screen. Plus it gives you DVR functions to record shows onto your Hard Drive to watch on the flight. Price: $59 to $99. No subscription fees. Oh, and Hulu.com is free and many airports have free WiFi. Price: $0 ATT (my carrier) should just stick with phones and internet.

Florida DJs

I don't think mobile TV is a very good service at all. Most people will get huge headaches watching TV on such a tiny screen. I really believe the market is small, if there is any market at all.

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