Enjoy Free Vodafone TV on Samsung Hero 3G

In a bid to boost rich multimedia services over its 3G network and to create awareness among next generation lowcost 3G Mobile Handset in Indian market, Vodafone Essar has partnered with Samsung and launched Free Mobile TV offer for its subscriber using Samsung Hero E3210 or E3213.

Vodafone subscriber can now watch their favorite shows on Samsung Hero E3210 or E3213 with the free subscription of non premium channels worth Rs.150/month on Vodafone TV.

To avail the offer subscriber needs to send sms TV to 111 (toll free) and download the Vodafone TV launcher application and get access to the entertainment right at finger tips.

Please Note that only subscription charges of Rs.150/month for Mobile TV is FREE and Data usage charges will be applicable. If any subscriber opt Premium channels on their Mobile TV App, then subscription charges will be applicable. The offer is valid till 31 July, 2011

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is this mobile supports java and mobile tv?
plz answer my question as quick as possible?

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