Verizon Introduces Access To VCAST By The Day
Oct 19, 2006, 1:31 PM by (staff)
Verizon today announced that its subscribers can now buy access to VCAST content, including web content, streaming video and more for 24 hours at a time. Users can purchase 24 hours of VCAST for $3 instead of having to commit to a monthly subscription. The daily plan is available to subscribers with new and most newer VCAST enabled phones. VCAST normally costs $15 per month. Recently Verizon also began allowing subscribers to access the music store without a VCAST subscription. A daily VCAST pass could save those subscribers looking to download music to their phones high per-kilobyte data charges.
What a rip
per-kilobyte data charge?
What does it mean a high per-kilobyte data charge? If a subscriber wants to download music from the music store, don't they just pay the $1.99 for the song plus the airtime in minutes?