Programming from Spanish-language network Telemundo will soon be available via cellphone thanks to an agreement with Versaly Entertainment, a wireless new-media company.

Programming from Spanish-language network Telemundo will soon be available via cellphone thanks to an agreement with Versaly Entertainment, a wireless new-media company.

Versaly's deal with the Telemundo Network Group and its parent, NBC Universal Television Distribution, will allow it to wirelessly distribute music, images and sounds from shows that air on Telemundo. Content for sale will include music, images, voices and logos.

The Telemundo material will be distributed through major carriers -- including T-Mobile, Nextel and Sprint -- and Versaly's retail Web site, forfones.com.

Initially, Versaly will offer ringtones and wallpaper, which will be available to the public within three months. Consumers will pay $2 for any piece of content. Telemundo will get a percentage of that fee, although Versaly would not disclose the amount.