Bell is bringing the Olympics to their customers again in what they are calling “unprecedented access”.
What this involves from a wireless standpoint is “the most ambitious and all-encompassing media package ever assembled in Canada for a single Olympic Games” and “Bell Mobility will feature seven networks for fans to watch the Games live on enabled handsets wherever they go. Consortium stations include English networks CTV, Sportsnet, TSN, and OLN, French networks V, RDS, and RIS Info Sports, and multi-language networks OMNI, APTN and ATN.”
You’ll be able watch over 4,500 hours right on your mobile device from these mobile sites CTVOlympics.ca and RDSolympiques.ca. No word on how much this will cost or if it’s a free service.
Wade Oosterman, President of Bell Mobility and Chief Brand Officer for Bell said “With Bell, Canadians can truly be ready for the 2010 Winter Games and follow them anytime and anywhere. This partnership provides Bell customers with unprecedented access to the Olympic experience, something no other telecommunications company in Canada can offer. This is the ultimate front-row seat at the Games.”