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Bell announces mobile streaming video and Sanyo 8300

Got a cell phone? Wanna watch video clips on it? What if you don’t even need to download the video first? Well, Bell Canada has partnered with QuickPlay Media to provide Canada’s first mobile streaming video clip service.

Available in two packages—Fuel ME 15 and Fuel ME 25—this innovative solution allows Bell customers to watch a wide variety of content from such broadcast channels as CBC, MuchMusic, Tribute, and Comedy Time, to name a few. You can instantly access breaking news, weather, sports and entertainment content in full streaming video. No downloads, no waiting. Instant text message news updates are officially six-feet under.

To accompany the new service, Bell has also announced that they will now carry the Sanyo 8300. This new phone, compatible with Bell Mobility’s 10-4 service, features dual high-resolution LCD screens, a camcorder, and a digital camera with built-in flash and zoom. Also compatible with WAP 2.0 and JAVA (J2ME), the Sanyo 8300 is available as of today at a Bell retailer near you.



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A freelance writer and tech geek from Vancouver. Find me at michaelkwan.com and follow me on Twitter @michaelkwan.

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