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Verizon Making It Easier To Get It Now

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Jun 2, 2006, 1:30 PM   by (staff)

Verizon VP and Chief Marketing Officer John Stratton yesterday announced the carrier will be making major changes that should make it easier for subscribers to get the content they want for their handsets. Verizon will adopt a technology called BREW Zone. This will allow the carrier as well as other content providers to sell content on their websites and have it delivered to a subscriber's phone. In addition to selling content on their desktop website, Verizon will begin selling memory cards pre-loaded with content and applications in its stores. The carrier will also make finding content easier. A revised version of the Get It Now deck will allow users to search for content by keywords, and also make recommendations based on prior purchases.

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Jun 2, 2006, 2:12 PM

Get Bent Over easier

OMF WTF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! preloaded memory cards of GIN apps. I'm typeless Shocked
Would they make restrictions on this too?
Verizon should take note that Palm tried this and it failed miserably. People want expandable memory for content of THEIR choosing, not the crap Verizon deems interesting. I have a feeling that if it wasn't for their network verizon wireless would b...

Jun 2, 2006, 2:11 PM


A more enhanced BREW? I never wanted it before and don't want it now. I will be getting rid of another line from my hosehold this month. So soon it will be two down... one more to go. I'm really unhappy with Verizon telling me what I want. Evil or Very Mad
Well heck, there's always Cingular, and T-Mobile, NON-Vz companies. . .
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