DigiVive launches MTS Video Bites

Telecom Lead India:
DigiVive has launched MTS Video Bites. The application is a joint offering of
MTS Mobile and DigiVive to offer video on demand (VOD) services to MTS

MTS Video Bites is a client application of video on
demand content, built for all Android devices of MTS.

The application provides a user, access to an extensive list
of VOD content that includes Seasoned Reality shows like BIG BOSS,
Roadies, Devotional Content, Movies, Original B R Chopra Mahabharata Capsules
& Many More. MTS customers can also watch their Favorite Missed program of
Last 7 episodes from Channels like LIFE OK, STAR PLUS, CHANNEL V etc.

“In DigiVive our goal is to provide the best of the TV
entertainment in Mobile platform to our customers. With this tie up with MTS we
will be providing Video on Demand service to the MTS subscribers who can watch
their favorite videos and serial contents anytime and anywhere on the go,” said
GD Singh, executive director, Digivive Services.

“MTS Video Bites application leverages MTS High Speed Data
Network available in 350+ towns and offers exciting Video on Demand content to
MTS smart-phone customers.  The application will be pre-embedded in all
MTS Smart phone and will give seamless experience backed by the superior MTS
High Speed data network,” said Sunil K, head Smartphone

MTS Video Bites will be available to MTS customer as a
pre-embedded app in the Android handset of MTS. MTS Android user can also
download this application by sending SMS keyword.

Charges for the MTS Video Bites are Rs 3, Rs 5 and Rs 7 per
clip with a validity of 24 hours.

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