After Texas Instruments' new HDTV chip and Qualcomm's $800m network initiative, Nokia announces a tv enabled handset for 2006. A trial in Berlin involved asking participators how much the service would be worth, and supposedly people are willing to pay an astounding 13 EUR/mo.
Currently trials are running in Helsinki and Oxford. The US will join, in cooperation with Crown Castle. Nokia wants to use the DVB-H standard.