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    I am not sure if anyone posted anything about this but...


    Sprint will offer the ESPN Mobile TV 24-hour channel, with more than 800 live sporting events this year, to subscribers with video-enabled handsets.

    The channel is the same mix of live sports and events offered through Qualcomm's FLO TV subsidiary, which is available on AT&T and Verizon Wireless as well as FLO's own devices.

    For Sprint customers who have an Everything Data plan -- which starts at $69.99 per month for unlimited data plus 450 minutes of calling -- there is no additional charge to access ESPN Mobile TV. Without the plan, Sprint charges 3 cents per kilobyte for access to TV and video content; customers can also tack on an unlimited-data option for $15 per month to regular calling plans.

    In March and April alone, ESPN Mobile TV coverage will feature more than 100 live events with more than 250 hours of coverage, including 23 live men's NCAA basketball games, including conference championship contests, nine NBA playoff tilts and 10 regular-season MLB matchups.

    The majority of Sprint's devices are capable of displaying video, including the HTC Hero, Samsung Moment, Samsung Instinct, Palm Pre and BlackBerry Curve. Other content available through Sprint TV include news, weather, sports, children's programs and comedy, including Disney Channel and ABC.

    Source Sprint Picks Up ESPN Mobile TV - 2010-03-12 19:49:40 | Multichannel News
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    Dude, I can already watch the Madness at work, but this is awesome. Thanks for sharing!
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    So if you have the unlimited data plan this will be available at no extra charge?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demlor View Post
    So if you have the unlimited data plan this will be available at no extra charge?
    Already is. Just open up Sprint TV, and it's under Live as "ESPN Mobile TV".

    It's about 2-3 minutes behind ESPN on my TV, it seems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhoff80 View Post
    Already is. Just open up Sprint TV, and it's under Live as "ESPN Mobile TV".

    It's about 2-3 minutes behind ESPN on my TV, it seems.
    Weird, on mine I see "ESPN Mobile TV" for a split second, then it changes back to "ESPN News". And it doesn't really matter because it won't connect anyways; that swirling circle just keeps swirling....
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    Mine too I wonder what happen to Espn Mobile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laelipoo View Post
    Dude, I can already watch the Madness at work, but this is awesome. Thanks for sharing!
    ESPN only recaps the March Madness (if thats what you meant by "Madness"). It does not show live games. CBS/AT&T has exclusives with the NCAA.
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    I was watching the Orlando Magic game a few days ago, which is cool. Its ESPN MobileTV, which seems to bounce between ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNEWS, and ESPN360.
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    now i dont really mind that verizon took away nfl channel

    espn >>>>nfl by farr
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanis3k View Post
    now i dont really mind that verizon took away nfl channel

    espn >>>>nfl by farr
    Yeah...doesnt ESPN broadcast a few of the games? I think its the SAME Thursday games we were getting with the NFL app! Isnt that funny?!!
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    Doesn't this mean we'll get Monday Night Football? Since that's now on ESPN.

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