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October 24, 2007

AT&T: Mobile Video Not Marketable Yet

AT&T exec Mark Collins says mobile video isn't taking off because the economics of it do not yet work. All the big US cellular carriers are looking at how to monetize mobile video, but there is not yet an intersection between the price customers are willing to pay and the costs of bringing the content to mobile phones. Especially when alot of the content can be found elsewhere for low-cost or in alot of cases, absolutely free. Collins also stated that mobile video is the antithesis of American consumer behavior at the moment, where the bigger the HDTV, the better.

What type of content would you want to see on mobile phones and how much would you pay for it? Leave your answers in the comments.

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Posted by Justin Davey at October 24, 2007 6:00 AM

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