ROK Powers �Ideas TV� For America Movil In Panama

Fri 3rd Aug 2012

ROK Global PLC, the mobile, web and industrial technology, applications and services company, has announced its Mobile TV service, which it provides under the brand ‘Ideas TV’ to America Movil Operators in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Honduras, has now launched in Panama for Claro Movil.

Offering an average of  10 TV channels per service, covering news, sports, music and entertainment, the ROK-powered Mobile TV services are available for a monthly subscription fee equivalent to between USD $6.00 and $10.00 with daily and weekly payment options also available to subscribers.

“ROK TV technology is unique as it enables the streaming of high quality live and on-demand TV to more than 250 compatible mobile phones over existing mobile networks.” Said Jonathan Kendrick, Chairman of ROK Global. “We are delighted with the success of the ROK-powered Mobile TV services we have provided to 12 America Movil Operators to date and are pleased with the plans to promote these services further.”

ROK Global PLC was co-founded by US Billionaire John Paul DeJoria and UK-based entrepreneur, Jonathan Kendrick.

In addition to being the co-founder of ROK, John Paul DeJoria is Chairman and CEO of John Paul Mitchell Systems, the producer and manufacturer of Paul Mitchell hair care products and is also co-founder of Patron Tequila, the world’s leading premium tequila brand.

ROK has pioneered many new technologies in the rapidly-evolving mobile, web and industrial technologies space in addition to high quality mass-market Mobile TV, to include mobile security technologies which it licenses to law enforcement agencies and multi-language text-to-speech technologies as well as ‘JP Selects’ e-commerce portal for eco-friendly and sustainable brands and products.

Mexico-based America Movil have 16 operating companies across Central and Southern America with a combined total of more than 250 million subscribers.

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