YouTube, Google Video, MSN Soapbox, Break, Vimeo, Jumpcut, Blip, Metacafe, Revver, iFilm and now, whatever Vodafone decides to call it's new "Web 2.0" video service for its Live mobile phone portal. The service will be launched at the Cebit trade show in Hanover, Germany, in March. It will offer customers with camera-enabled handsets to take videos and upload them, either via MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service ) or WAP (Wireless Application Protocol). Vodafone customers will be able to access the Live portal using PCs as well as mobile phones.
Vodaphone is planning to pay its users based on the number of times their videos are downloaded.
News source: InfoWorld