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Television Enthusiasts Can Get Their TV Fix as FLO TV Personal Television Mobile Device Debuts with Major Retailers
Date:11/13/2009

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Consumers eager to watch their favorite television programs, sports and news while on-the-go can satisfy their mobile TV craving as the handheld FLO TV(TM) Personal Television hits shelves across the nation today. The much-anticipated device from FLO TV Incorporated, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), delivers live and time-shifted content via the award-winning FLO TV mobile TV service and will be available at Amazon.com and Best Buy. In addition, RadioShack will begin selling the device online and in stores this holiday season.

As part of the launch and for a limited time, FLO TV also announced that the first six months of subscription service will be bundled into the overall retail price of $249.99, after which point a monthly service subscription fee will be charged.*

"The FLO TV Personal Television is a dedicated device for consumers' on-the-go lifestyle that is perfect for sharing with friends and family, as well as for personal viewing time," said Bill Stone, president of FLO TV. "The FLO TV Personal Television is setting the standard for high-quality mobile TV thanks to our award-winning network and technology. It also adds another way for consumers to use the FLO TV service, in addition to a variety of handsets and our recently introduced FLO TV Auto Entertainment system."

FLO TV Personal Television is the first portable digital television to offer all these features in one package:

  • Dedicated portable television. Measuring 3 inches by 4.4 inches by 0.5 inches and weighing just over 5 ounces, FLO TV Personal Television is small enough to fit in your pocket while sporting a screen large enough to enjoy a complete television experience.
  • Live mobile TV from America's best content p
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