SPOTLIGHT: O2 study shows mobile TV need not be mobile

According to results from a study conducted by O2 in the UK, nearly 80 percent of people would subscribe to a mobile TV service. The company also discovered that most people used the service while in the home more than they did while at work or university or even on the move. O2's trial followed the habits of 400 participants with access to 16 TV channels on their handsets. It's likely that a new service like this would be used more frequently in the home while users become accustomed to it. O2's DVB-H powered trial will continue throughout the summer. Article


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