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T-Mobile VOD+ service for Android phones gets new partner

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 21 Apr 2010 19:13

T-Mobile VOD+ service for Android phones gets new partner T-Mobile's VOD+ movie service has now signed its latest partner, Warner Bros., which will make a plethora of films available to users with Android handsets.
Users can rent and download the movie and then watch it on the PC or on their mobile phones.

Saffron Digital, the video delivery platform behind VOD+ has deals with Nokia, Vodafone, LG, Sony Pictures, Paramount and Fox.

The first seven movies available for rental through the VOD+ service are Driving Aphrodite, Superman 2, Matrix Revolutions, Lethal Weapon, Interview With a Vampire, The Hangover, and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

More films are expected over the course of the year.

"We anticipate the Desire being one of our most popular handsets of 2010, and the VOD+ service makes it even greater value for our customers giving them even more functionality on top of an already impressive features list," says Nicola Shenton, Head of Handset and Device Marketing at T-Mobile, via DT. "As the service is unique to T-Mobile, it will also be a key differentiator for us as we compete with other networks."

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