BBC World Service

The BBC World Service is an international broadcaster, owned and operated by the BBC. It is the world's largest of any kind. It broadcasts radio news, speech and discussions in more than 40 languages.

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About BBC World Service
  • What genres does BBC World Service play?
    BBC World Service plays on these genres: News  Talk 
  • Does listening to BBC World Service use internet data?
    Yes. BBC World Service is an internet radio. Internet radio is a technology that continuously transmits streaming audio over the internet to your computer. So It uses data while you are listening to.
  • How much data does listening to BBC World Service use?
    BBC World Service is a normal quality radio station and it uses approximately 60MB per hour.
    Low quality is typically 64kbps. On average, Low-quality radio streaming uses 0.48MB per minute or 28.8MB per hour.
    Normal quality radio is typically 128kbps. Normal-quality radio streaming uses 0.96MB per minute or 57.6MB per hour on average.
    High quality radio is typically 320kbps. High-quality streaming radio uses 2.40MB per minute or 115.2MB per hour on average.
  • In which platforms can I listen to BBC World Service?
    Listen to BBC World Service by radiobox.io, RadioBox Android and iPhone Apps.
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Website:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/worldserviceradio
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