Horsham, Pa — Motorola announced yesterday that more dealers have agreed to sell its Ojo Personal Video Phone.

The new dealers include Tweeter Home Entertainment, Magnolia Audio Video, and Harvey Electronics and brings the total number of retail locations offering the IP-based videophone to 200, Motorola said.

The device, for a suggested $799.99 and $14.95 monthly service fee, works on broadband internet connections to deliver 30 frames per second video between other Ojo users. The phone was developed in conjunction with WorldGate Communications.

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Horsham, Pa — Motorola announced yesterday that more dealers have agreed to sell its Ojo Personal Video Phone.
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