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IPL goes 'mobile' with nexGTv

New Delhi, Mar 22 : Digivive's nexGTv, India's premier mobile TV service, on Friday said it has bagged the official mobile streaming rights of Pepsi Indian Premier League (IPL) 2013 from master rights holder Times Internet.


With a total of 76 matches, the action will start on April 3 and go on till May 26.

nexGTv users will be able to catch all the action right on their handsets and in addition to this, match repeats and highlights will also be available in the Video-on-Demand section.

IPL channel will be clubbed into existing subscription packs of nexGTv hence users can watch it by subscribing to these packs.

G.D. Singh, director, DigiVive said, "Cricket is not just a sport in India but the real source of entertainment with lot of emotions involved. This is 'the real content' desired by users.

"We have witnessed immense success during last cricketing actions that were streamed live on nexGTv. Streaming all the 76 matches of IPL is yet another step towards our commitment of delivering best possible service and content on our mobile TV platform."

--IBNS (Posted on 22-03-2013)

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