Verizon To Launch Music Downloads Next Week
Dec 31, 2005, 2:58 PM by (staff)
Reports hint that Verizon is set to unveil a music download service for VCAST next week. The carrier has already been testing the service and early reviews are quite positive. This summer Verizon revealed they intended to launch by year's end and that the LG VX8100 would be compatible with it. As of yet there is no indication whether the service will be dual download for both phone and PC like similar offerings from Amp'd and Sprint. However one press conference indicates Microsoft will also be present at the announcement which could mean that Verizon will offer PC downloads to Windows Media Player as well.
Pandora Launches Premium Music Service
Pandora today finally launched its long-awaited Pandora Premium music service for mobile devices and the web. Pandora Premium is a $10-per-month music streaming service that competes with Apple Music, Spotify, and Google Play Music.
Verizon's Sponsored Video Content Goes Live This Week
Verizon Wireless customers will be able to watch go90 video content for free beginning this week, according to CFO Fran Shammo. Verizon first said it would zero-rate the go90 video content early last month thanks to support from its FreeBee Data 360 sponsored data service.
Microsoft Pauses Groove Music, Spins New Tune with Spotify
Microsoft today announced changes to its music offering for Windows devices that will see it transition from its own Groove Music service to Spotify. According to Microsoft, the Groove Music media player application will continue to work for playing back owned music on Windows devices, but it will no longer offer the option to stream, purchase, or download music after December 31.
LG Announces Music Service for Its High-End Phones
LG today announced a high-fidelity music service for several of its flagship handsets. The Hi-Fi music offering will make high-quality tracks available to LG owners in about 70 countries, including Australia, Brazil, China, France, Italy, Russia, the U.K., and the U.S.
Verizon Launches LTE-A Service in CBRS Band 48 Spectrum
Verizon Wireless today said it has successfully kicked off LTE-Advanced service using Band 48 spectrum, known as Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS). This slice of 3.5 GHz spectrum has previously been reserved for government and military use.
How about we look at the facts instead.
Most reliable and largest network: Verizon
49.4 Million Customers second only to cingular
Lowest churn.. Highest overall customer satifaction. One call resolution as given in Verizon's worry free guarentee.. Vzw also does not outsource its customer service..
Roaming off Vzw's towers while technically true bear in mind that's a roaming agreement between Vzw and Sprint. So saying you can use any Vzw tower is incorrect.. Plus ever try to pick up analog signa...
Single line: 34.99: 300 minutes nights at nine (unadvertised...
Go with Sprint...Verizon SUCKS!!
Just an observation.
People don't NEED the MP3 and BT and EVDO out of thier PH...
Then you'll see.. everything you say and anyone else says is just speculation!
Let's just wait for the facts you freakin moron.
is it only available for use in v-cast areas?
i actually dont see it being any other way