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Mobile TV is taking off in a big way and now ROK has launched a completely free service that'll work on any network. Four channels are available on Fr

Mobile TV is taking off in a big way and now ROK has launched a completely free service that'll work on any network. Four channels are available on Free Be TV, including cartoons, classic movies and extreme sports. The service is pretty picky about which handsets it'll work with. Our Nokia 3250 had problems with bandwidth but ROK assures us that it will work with all the phones listed on its website. The lack of compatibility with some phones doesn't seem to have been putting people off. 30,000 punters viewed programmes on the first day of streaming. And there's more to come. A YouTube style channel with user generated content is planned. Meanwhile, ROK's first additional channel, expected to arrive this week, smacks of Alan Partridge's Monkey Tennis, except this one is genuine. 'What could it be?’ you ask. How about Monkey News Network? Yes indeedy. Using an audio feed from Reuters, an animated lip-synced monkey (see picture) will deliver the headlines. Well, you know what they say; pay peanuts… Essentials

Free Be TVPrice: Free Available: NowContact: ROK