Video services will become more prominent on mobile networks when operators roll out their full commercial third-generation (3G) networks on the new international-standard frequency.
Video looks set to become a viable alternative to voice and text, as well as for using entertainment and information services, as mobile consumers expect to view the same content to which they have become accustomed on other devices. However, video is an extremely data-heavy activity and burdens the network infrastructure.
Services will cover video telephony, video messaging, video sharing, video-on-demand consumption, with other services such as video chatting and dating expected to follow.
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