We dropped the "rumor" that this was coming as few days back now, but at this time with CTIA pretty much in full effect we can now give you all the official nod that Primetime2Go will bring full-length television shows to such devices as the BlackBerry Bold and Curve 8900 (initially, more support is expected later).
Some big studios such as NBC, CBS and MTV have signed up to get their share of profits as from the Toronto-based QuickPlay that will charge a monthly subscription fee of $7.99 for its PrimeTime2Go service, which it will deliver only over Wi-Fi links so that their is no carrier involvement. So will this feed the entertainment needs of BlackBerry users?
[ Engadget Mobile ]
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