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Verizon Frees Music From Data Subscriptions and Windows Media

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Jul 31, 2006, 12:08 PM   by (staff)

Verizon today announced it would no longer require customers with VCAST Music capable phones to subscribe to a VPAK in order to download music. Users can now log into the VCAST music store on their handset and purchase songs for the standard $1.99 per track. However as with all content viewed or purchased without a data plan, a la carte data charges or airtime charges, will be included in addition to the song's price. Verizon made this change in conjunction with the launch of the Chocolate, a new handset with a number of music-centric features such as a click wheel for navigating through songs and stereo Bluetooth. The Chocolate is also the first VCAST Music phone that can play mp3s without converting them to Windows Media files.

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