DNA Oy launches DVB-H service

The mobile telecom service provider, DNA Oy, is making mobile television services available to its subscribers, using Digita’s DVB-H network, from the 8th October.
Digita’s network is also open to other service providers.
After the free trial period, DNA’s mobile phone customers will be able to subscribe to the service and get access to television and radio channels, including YLE, MTV3 and SBS. The DVB-H network covers 2 million people in the Helsinki metropolitan area and the cities and surroundings of Tampere, Oulu, Turku and Salo. Several major shopping malls have optimised their interiors for the reception of mobile broadcasts, among them Jumbo in Vantaa, Sello in Espoo and Ideapark near Tampere. Watching mobile TV requires a DVB-H compatible device such as the Nokia models N77 and N96. Using the SU-33W adapter, the service is also available on the following Nokia mobile phones: N73, N79, N85, N97, E75 and 5800 XpressMusic
Source: DNA Oy press announcement
Item added: 12th October 2009