Indian mobile TV service nextGTv today announced its association with Nokia handsets, a subsidiary of Microsoft Mobiles, to provide free Pepsi IPL 2014 streaming on select handsets.
This smartphone app is available for free download on the Windows App store and Nokia Store.
Apart from free live coverage, the partnership allows users to access match repeats, match highlights and best moments of match in the Video-on-Demand section.
This offer is valid only till the end of the cricket tournament. The app will continue to deliver premium paid-for content in terms of TV serials, movies and over 150 live channels.
nextGTv is a product of DigiVive with over 16 million downloads. It bagged the official mobile live streaming rights of Pepsi IPL 2014 season, second time in a row. The app service was a hit among the users even during the previous Pepsi IPL season.
At present, nexGTv users have access to features like – replay TV, EPG guide, on screen controls, option of deleting and listing the channels as per their choice, user interface, 24×7 customer care support call center and much more.
DigiVive, a data VAS provider, has partnered with telecom operators and OEMs including Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, BSNL, MTNL, MTS, Videocon, Zen Mobile, Karbonn and Pental Mobiles.