More mobile TV programming choice including Toronto Blue Jays Baseball all summer long
MONTREAL, July 19, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Bell today announced further expansion of the Bell Mobile TV line-up with the addition of City and Sportsnet channels.
"Thanks to successful relationships with Canada's top content providers, Bell provides access to the widest variety of live and on-demand TV programming delivered directly to superphones, smartphones and tablets," said Wade Oosterman, President of Bell Mobility and Residential Services, and Chief Brand Officer at Bell. "Now with even more choice in sports and entertainment programming, Bell Mobile TV just got better."
New Bell Mobile TV programming includes Toronto Blue Jays Baseball, 2 Broke Girls, and the new fall 2013 comedy series, Mom. Sportsnet ONE is available live nationally with local content accessible on Sportsnet East, Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet West and Sportsnet Pacific. City will launch later this summer.
Bell Mobile TV offers programming from Bell Media/CTV including marquee events from TSN such as Grey Cup, IIHF World Junior Championship, Golf's Majors, F1 and NCAA March Madness, in addition to content from CBC, Rogers Media, Québecor Media, V TELE and several leading providers on more than 30 live channels, as well as NHL, NBA and NFL games.
Bell Mobile TV is available in popular rate plans, or as a standalone feature for $5 a month for 10 hours of usage. Please visit Bell.ca/MobileTV for more information.
Bell is Canada's largest communications company, providing consumers and business customers with leading TV, Internet, wireless, home phone and business communications solutions. Bell Media is Canada's premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio and digital media. Bell is wholly owned by Montréal's BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE). For more information, please visit Bell.ca.
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SOURCE: Bell Canada
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