BIG TV To Deliver 5 HD Channels In India With NatGeo; launches HD DVR Service Reliance Big TV has signed a HD content deal with National Geographic to offer five new HD channels over the next two months, as complementary offers to new customers, as well as a host of HD content by forging strategic alliances with top global HD content providers. It has also launched an HD DVR Set-Top-Box with recording upto 200 hours and a universal remote for TV & STB. The price: Rs. 7490 for new customers, and Rs. 5990 for existing customers. The HD rollout covers 100 cities, supported by a network of (they claim), over 100,000 retail points. Reliance BIG TV also intends to add two new transponders that will allow it additional bandwidth to offer more HD content and channels for the next one year, as well as increase it overall channel capacity to over 300. The company also plans to launch six new interactive services during this fiscal. Geodesic Bags America Movil Deal For Windows Live Interactive Networks, a fully owned subsidiary of Geodesic Ltd, has been selected as the exclusive Windows Live application provider by telecom operator America Movil (AMX). Carlos Sims' America Movil is the fourth largest carrier in the world with more than 200 million mobile subscribers and 17 Latin American operations. INI will set up its Windows Live Gateway, allowing America Movil subscribers ti access the service from their mobile phones, enabling them to connect, chat, check emails and…
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