If your mobile phone does video, Video PXT lets you send your video to your friends. You can send about 45 seconds of action in each Video PXT. (Some other networks call it Video Messaging, but don't confuse it with two-way Video Calling.)
You can send Video PXT to any number of people at once, to any New Zealand video-capable mobile or email address.
|How much does it cost to send a video PXT?|
|Video PXT||Cost Prepay||Cost on Account|
|Sending to any Vodafone mobile||$1.00||$1.03|
|Sending to any other New Zealand network||$1.25||$1.28|
|Sending to Vodafone Australia||$1.25||$1.28|
|Receiving a Video PXT on your Vodafone New Zealand mobile||Free||Free|
All costs include GST. You're charged once for each Video PXT you send, so one message to three people is charged as three Video PXTs. If the other person doesn't or cant receive it, you're still charged.
If you don't have a Video PXT capable mobile, you can receive Video PXTs and collect them online at PXT World.
It's as easy as getting a TXT or PXT. Just open it and press play.
If your mobile can do PXT but not Video PXT, you'll get the video as a flip book of single images.
If your mobile cant do PXT, you'll get a TXT letting you know your Video PXT is ready to view online at PXT World. The TXT will include a temporary log in code, so it doesn't matter if you've never used PXT World before.
If someone emails you a Video PXT, it will end with .3gp, .amr or .gif and you can open it with the free QuickTime media player. The Nokia Multimedia Player also opens most mobile files.
Just like PXT, you can use Video PXT in any country with GPRS roaming, as long as you have a Video PXT mobile and set up global roaming before you leave. The Video PXTs you send from overseas are charged at data roaming rates.