Under the agreement users will be able to purchase videos, ring-tones and photos from today.
Customers subscribing to Orange World will pay £3.50 for a 'real-tone' taken from one of the BBC shows, £2.50 for a 'wallpaper' image, and 75p to £1 for a video clip.
The move follows hot on the heels of similar deals over the past year, as mobile phone companies attempt to build 3G network traffic, and content providers try to get onto new media platforms such as mobiles and the internet.
"More and more, BBC Worldwide is looking to move towards non-traditional broadcasting vehicles, and this partnership with Orange is a testimony to that, " said Jason Blain, director of business development at BBC Worldwide.
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