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Multi Choice Set For Drifta Launch

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visit this site information pills http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-includes/user.php geneva; font-size: small;”>The commercial launch is set for a few weeks’ time after a successful pre-launch that saw the mobile TV service made available to a select group of key stakeholders.


“We have been looking forward to bringing mobile TV to Uganda and we trust that the mobile TV experience will bring convenience and flexibility to accessing first-class content,” said Charles Hamya, General Manager MultiChoice Uganda.


To access the service, subscribers simply choose from the mobile TV range of devices which are the Walka 7 (at Shs 326,875), Drifta (Shs 183,050) and iDrifta (Shs 169,975).


According to Micheal Wakabi, “MultiChoice plays an important role in giving our country access to premium content through the establishment of various technologies and devices.”


He noted that being one of the first people to access mobile TV in Uganda was exciting. “It gave a firsthand experience of how mobile TV will change the way we interact with television,” said Wakabi.


At a recent launch of the GOTv Mobile walka, a small pocketsize Television that allows subscribers to access television while moving around, DStv Business segment manager Ms. Patricia Kiconco said, “The device carries the same Dstv quality pictures; it is rechargeable with a five day lasting battery and is user friendly.


The Walka 7 is a portable TV complete with a seven inch screen. It boasts 6 hours of battery life and audio is delivered via two 1.5 watt speakers. The device makes the perfect companion on your desk at work.


The Drifta is a mobile TV decoder that receives the mobile TV broadcast signal and relays it over WiFi to a range of WiFi capable devices, this includes laptops, PCs, tablets and smartphones.


The device is compatible with certain Android, BlackBerry, iOS, and Symbian smartphones and tablets, as well as Windows and Mac computers.

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