Not two seconds after launching a mobile video-posting portal with O2, EyeVibe, 3 has announced that it's 'exclusively' bagged the new YouTube for Mobile.
The new site promises far more than the version Vodafone snared, which had limited clips and no way of logging in to see your favourites or your own uploads.
Oddly, though, you don't need to go through 3's mobile menu to get to it – just point any phone to m.youtube.com and up it pops. It even works on our Vodafone N95 (pictured).
Just watch out for the data charges on some networks. Unless you're on an unlimited plan, you may need to remortgage.
YouTube for Mobile