MTS India Introduces MTS TV On MBlaze Services

By April 25th, 2010 AT 5:38 PM

MTS India Introduces MTS TV On MBlaze ServicesMTS India the telecommunication brand of Sistema Shyam Teleservices Ltd, has announced introduction of MTS TV on its popular EVDO based high speed wireless MBlaze services.

MTS TV is powered by Apalya’s minobitv platform which also powers Tata Photo+ TV. The service is available on all circles where MTS is present.With MTS TV service you can watch TV channels and on demand content on your laptop or computer via MTS MBlaze USB modem.

Simply connect  MBlaze device and watch 60+ channels from various categories such as News, Entertainment, Sports, Kids, Movies, Regional Languages, like AajTak, NDTV, ETV, Zoom, Star Ananda etc Complete channel List.

MBrowse users can also use MTS TV, but it is basic CDMA1x (144kbps) so there will be too much buffering.To start watching MTS TV, you just need to visit the page and select MTS TV link from left side, and download 18MB MTS TV application.

Further update of the program will be treated as free download. Presently MTS TV will run a any computer running Windows XP, Vista & 7 and Mac OS 10.5 or 10.6.It is good news that MTS do not charge for MTS TV Application as a promotional offer, so customer doesn’t need to pay any application monthly subscription fee or one time download fee.

Only standard data access charges will be applicable as per the user data plan. MTS has calculated that viewing any channel (LIVE/others) approx 1.5 MB per minute data will be consumed. In MTS TV FAQ it has been mentioned that copy, record, or re-purposing any content being streamed on MTS TV is prohibited.

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they putting 150 rs rent for channels . if we pay the 150 rs, when we watching tv they will take data for watching tv kkkkkk


they putting 150 rs rent for channels . if we pay the 150 rs, when we watching tv they will take data for watching tv

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