The 2010 World Cup starts this Friday June 11th and soccer fans all over the world are already putting on their face paint. If you can’t make it to South Africa to watch the real thing have no fear. Sprint users will be able to watch live games right from the newly released HTC EVO 4G. Sprint has teamed up with ESPN to offer soccer fans an easy way to catch the games while on the go.
“With World Cup matches taking place during the morning and afternoon in U.S. time zones, soccer fans may not be at home to tune in, but Sprint and ESPN Mobile TV have the solution with live matches customers can watch no matter where they are on the Sprint network,” said Len Barlik, Sprint vice president of wireless and wireline services. “Sprint is committed to delivering the best mobile video experience and the content our customers want, like live World Cup matches they can watch in high-quality video on EVO 4G.”
There will be 56 live matches to watch along with a live pre World Cup concert and the semi-finals and final match. ESPN Mobile TV is also available on other Sprint mobile phones however the HTC EVO 4G will offer the best viewing experience. With a handy built-in kick stand, video streaming at 4G speeds and a 4.3 inch screen the HTC EVO 4G will transform the way you watch the 2010 World Cup.
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