Report: 1% of users will pay for mobile TV

As the industry rallies around mobile TV this week at CTIA IT, Jupiter Research has issued a report saying that 11 percent of mobile phones will be video capable this year, and 25 percent of consumers expressed an interest in watching video on their phone. But just 1 percent of subscribers said they would be willing to buy a subscription to a video service this year. That means carriers have to get creative about pricing. Mobile advertising anyone? Check out the report below.

To read more about Jupiter Research's mobile TV report:
- check out this article from RCR Wireless News

- Check out our Web site for live coverage of CTIA IT.

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