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How can I use BBC iPlayer on my mobile?
BBC iPlayer is our service that lets you can catch up with radio and television programmes from the past week.

At present, BBC iPlayer is available on the following handsets:

* Apple iPhone and iPod Touch
* Nokia N85, N86, 5800, N96, N95, N97 and E71
* Samsung Omnia, i8510 and i8910
* Sony Ericsson C905, W705, W715 and W995
* Xperia X1
* HTC Touch HD and Diamond

We are working hard to bring BBC iPlayer to a wider range of devices in the coming months.

If you have one of these handsets, you can access BBC iPlayer by following the BBC iPlayer link on the BBC Mobile homepage or by typing www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer into your mobile internet browser.

Note that different features - catch-up TV and radio, live TV and radio, downloading etc - are available on different handsets.
The BBC doesn't charge for the iPlayer service. Programmes can be played through a Wi-Fi connection and, for 3 UK or Vodafone contract customers, over a 3G network. The BBC is working to make BBC iPlayer available over more 3G networks. Please check with your operator to confirm costs before using the service.

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