Vodafone UK has becaome the second operator to sign a deal with the Premier League to show games via handsets from the beginning of next season.
It joins rival operator 3 in a three-season agreement which will run until the end of the 2006/07 season, giving customers access to all 380 FA Premier League.
The deal will allow the firms to offer mobile services including exclusive video match highlights, previews, archive footage and Premiership round-ups.
FA Premier League chief executive, Richard Scudamore, welcomed the deal with Vodafone to its existing one with 3, adding that it was good news for football fans.
"The FA Premier League is happy to continue its partnership with 3 and welcomes the addition of Vodafone to our central mobile phone rights offering," he said.
"This will be of obvious benefit to the competition as well as offering yet more access and choice for FA Premier League fans."
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