You can now watch FOX 11 News and Good Day LA anytime with a breakthrough device from Dyle that allows you to watch TV without using 3G, 4G, or WiFi, and no contract. Erik Moreno from Dyle Mobile TV demonstrated the device with Lisa Breckenridge Friday morning.
You can catch all of your favorite TV programs live and on the go. Dyle mobile TV is a new technology that uses airwaves specifically reserved for TV, so it doesn't use 3G, 4G, or WiFi airwaves. And unlike the other ways to watch video on cell phones or tablets, an unlimited number of viewers can watch Dyle at the same time without buffering or streaming issues, which is something many viewers might have experienced at big sporting events, festivals or during breaking news situations where they would rely on that stream to get the latest news.
And you can be moving and still watching Dyle. The mobile broadcast technology is designed to work if a consumer is moving around, walking, or even in a car or on a train. Lisa and Erik featured the Samsung Galaxy Lightray. There are also accessories that can turn your existing tablet and smart phones into portable TVs, which will arrive in the Fall.
The mobile TV delivers top sports, news, and entertainment programming from Los Angeles TV stations including FOX, NBC, CBS, and ABC. Users can save money since there is no 3G/4G data plan or WiFi. The device is $459 + tax and is distributed at MetroPCS locations and at MetroPCS online.
This device is not just for Los Angeles, but is able to deliver live, local and national television to 35 markets, reaching over 55% of the US with more markets and stations being added down the road.
This is backed by some of the largest broadcasters in the country including our parent company FOX, NBC, ION Television and 9 other broadcasters (known as Pearl Mobile DTV), the Dyle mobile TV mission is to develop a breakthrough service that offers consumers a new, easy way to experience and enjoy live broadcast television on their mobile devices at home or on-the-go.