Indian Premier League is approaching near and you ask, how is it possible to have access to live telecast, when you are on the move? After all, not everyone can afford to come home, to catch the cricket in action. If you have a mobile phone, there is a solution to this. As Digivive's nexGTv has acquired the rights official mobile streaming rights for Pepsi IPL 2013. The IPL channel to be clubbed with existing subscription packs.
For those who don't know what nexGTv is - it is a free TV app that allows you to view over 100 channels. You can also access a few Premium Channels, by paying a nominal amount. The nexGTv mobile app can be run even in 2G connection. The app is currently available for Android, Apple, BlackBerry as well as from Nokia's Ovi store. But, you have a feature phone, what do you do? No worries, you can download the app by sending an SMS (MYTV) to 58888.
GD Singh, director, DigiVive said, "Cricket is not just a sport in India but the real source of entertainment with lot of emotions involved. This is 'the real content' desired by users. We have witnessed immense success during last cricketing actions that were streamed live on nexGTv. Streaming all the 76 matches of IPL is yet another step towards our commitment of delivering best possible service and content on our mobile TV platform."
This is just perfect ain't it, you can now catch IPL action, even when you are on the bus or maybe when you are at a work place, that just does not let you go home. Apart from live streaming you can also catch the highlights of the game through video-on-demand section.