After nearly a year-long delay, AT&T has jumped into the competition for TV viewers on the go. Beginning Sunday, the telecom will offer mobile TV service on two handsets, offering 10 channels of programming for $15 a month, reports the AP. AT&T will offer the service in Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, and 54 other markets.
AT&T is using Qualcomm’s MediaFlo service to deliver CBS Mobile, Comedy Central, ESPN Mobile TV, Fox Mobile, MTV, NBC 2Go, NBC News 2Go, Nickelodeon, PIX, and CNN Mobile Live. Competitor Verizon’s VCast also costs $15.