Sprint announced that it has started to offer pay-per-view full length movie download via mobile phones in the United States.
Sprint Movies offers a growing list of more than 45 titles, including “National Treasure,” “Spider-Man 2” and “Scarface.” Sprint Movies is powered by mSpot.
Sprint Movies cost between $3.99 and $5.99 each. Customers can view the movie for unlimited times within a set period, which varies between 24 hours and one week depending on the title. In addition, 24-hour titles include the option of purchasing up to two 24-hour viewing extensions at the rate of $.99.
Watching movies on your mobile phone is not really cheap. The movies are streamed. A good connectivity is the basis for a pleasant viewing experience on your little hand cinema. In December 2005, Sprint became the first carrier in the U.S. to offer any type of full-length movies on mobile phones with mSpot Movies. This service will continue to be available as another option to Sprint customers. Compared to Sprint Movies, which are pay-per-view by each title, mSpot Movies allow customers to watch a unique selection of unlimited movies, TV shows and concerts for a monthly subscription fee of $6.95.
More details in this press-release.
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