Mobile Streams, Playboy TV Latin America and COMCEL Launch the Playboy Mobile Portal in Colombia

Mobile Streams, the global mobile content company, in conjunction with Playboy TV Latin America and COMCEL have recently launched the Playboy Mobile portal in Colombia.

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Bogotá, Colombia (PRWEB) July 11, 2006 –-

Mobile Streams, the global mobile content company, in conjunction with Playboy TV Latin America and COMCEL have recently launched the Playboy Mobile portal in Colombia. COMCEL, the largest mobile carrier in Colombia and part of América Móvil group will initially offer the service through their WAP portal for customers 18 years of age and over. The second stage of the launch will provide customers with access to WEB based content that can be purchased via SMS.

The partnership with Mobile Streams and Playboy will enable COMCEL customers to have access to the well-known premium brand content from Playboy.

“We are very pleased to partner with COMCEL to provide quality content and services to their customers,” added Simon Buckingham, CEO of Mobile Streams. “This partnership demonstrates our commitment to becoming the leading content provider in the Latin American region.”

About Mobile Streams

Mobile Streams is a leading provider of music, comedy, sport and entertainment content to handsets and other wireless devices, whose mobile expertise and distribution platform, “Vuesia,” is used globally by some of the world's largest media groups and mobile phone networks including Vodafone, and 3 in the UK, America Movil, Movistar & TIM in Latin America, Fido & Rogers in Canada and Dobson in the US.

“Vuesia” is Mobile Streams’ full service enterprise mobile media management solution. “Vuesia” facilitates content ingestion, management, delivery, billing and reporting.

The Company creates, licenses and delivers quality content to Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and consumers in the form of ringtones, graphics, video clips and other products. It has developed relationships with both content owners and MNOs which enable it to act as an intermediary, providing an end-to-end service encompassing a broad range of elements from content licensing to content production, account management and channel management.

Mobile Streams has subsidiaries in Germany, the US, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Chile and Colombia and has approximately 100 employees.

For more information please go to http://www.mobilestreams.com

Mobile Streams Contact:

John Forrester

+ 1 (323) 702-3684

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