Bell Canada announced the launch of its streaming video clip service for Bell Mobility customers, the first service of its kind available anywhere in Canada.
Bell's new streaming video clip service allows Mobility customers to instantly preview the latest in news, weather, sports and entertainment highlights. Mobility customers subscribing to the service will also be able to view the latest movie trailers and music videos. Content will be refreshed regularly by a wide selection of broadcast channels that includes the CBC, MuchMusic, Tribute, Comedy Time and many more.
Bell customers that subscribe to either the Fuel ME 15 or Fuel ME 25 bundles will receive unlimited mobile streaming video clips that deliver the ultimate in mobile messaging and entertainment.
Announced today in tandem with Bell's new streaming video clip service is the nation-wide availability of Sanyo's next generation handset - the Sanyo 8300. The Sanyo 8300 features dual high-resolution LCD screens for excellent video and digital content quality, along with a camcorder that provides up to 30-second video clips with or without audio. The Sanyo 8300's digital camera features a built-in flash and zoom plus the device is enabled with Bell Mobility's 10-4 walkie-talkie service.
Bell Canada has partnered with technology provider QuickPlay Media to deliver the first embedded streaming video clip service to the Canadian market.
The Sanyo 8300 handset will be available November 15th in Bell World stores.