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Mozaic GO sees good response from customers.

Ooredoo's new service, Mozaic GO, has seen as many as 5,000 downloads in its first month as more people in Qatar use their smart devices to watch the latest films and TV programmes. Mozaic GO enables customers to stream on-demand films and series wherever they are in Qatar. Mozaic GO is available for iPhone and iPad users, offering a more portable way for customers to watch on-demand films and series wherever they are. More launches are in process, with plans for an Android smartphone and device launch later in the year. Ooredoo's app enables users to watch content on their devices by streaming Mozaic's rich library of international content through 4G, 3G or Wi-Fi. Ooredoo is extending its offer of free access to all Mozaic GO content until the end of February, so that customers can take advantage of unlimited Disney channels, Disney movies and ABC Studios series anytime and anywhere. Desperate Housewives Ugly Betty This means customers can have free access to a wide range of family content for all ages, including programmes and movies from the Disney channel, and access to hit ABC series such as and . After the free trial period, access to Mozaic GO from March will be based on customers' Next Generation Mozaic TV subscription level. Platinum and Gold customers will continue to get Mozaic GO for free, but other tiers will have to subscribe to the service. To access Mozaic GO, Next Generation Mozaic TV customers should download the app from the Apple App Store by searching for Mozaic GO and use their Mozaic TV subscription number to log in. This number can be found via the system information option on their Mozaic remote control. Mozaic GO can be downloaded and installed on as many devices as the customer wants and can be used on up to three devices concurrently per customer, but only on one device during the free trial period.

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