Watch Live ICC World Cup Cricket Match on Vodafone Mobile At Rs.7

By February 21st, 2011 AT 11:31 AM

Vodafone, a pan-India GSM Mobile Service operator with a subscriber base of over 124 million, today announced the availability of “ICC Cricket World Cup-2011- LIVE streaming service” on Mobile phones.

The Live broadcast / streaming of the World Cup Cricket Matches on ESPN Mobile TV will be available Exclusively to Vodafone subscribers in India.

By using this service, Vodafone’s postpaid and prepaid subscribers will be able to view all cricket matches LIVE on their mobile phone just Rs.7 per day (Data Charges Applicable). The operator also allow to access all the TV channels including the ICC Cricket World Cup-2011 tournament at Rs. 150 per month plus Standard browsing charges as per customers data tariff plan apply for Mobile TV service.

Vodafone subscribers can enjoy all the cricket action from ESPN STAR Sports’ live broadcast through the Vodafone TV application. It is required only for just Downloading the TV application through GPRS enabled Mobile Phone. To download Vodafone TV application on your Vodafone mobile phone, sms TV to 111 (toll free).

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I think one of the best provider worldwide


i meant, its nt just 7 rs but add download/browsig charages of video content. its too high cost unless u hv unltd browsing.

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