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Mobile ESPN Reborn As VCAST Application

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Feb 8, 2007, 2:52 AM   by (staff)

Verizon and ESPN are finalizing the terms of a deal that will bring the centerpiece of Mobile ESPN's now defunct service to the carrier. VCAST subscribers will be able to download the ESPN application that was on all the MVNO's phones and access scores, stats, and video for no additional charge beyond a VCAST subscription pack. The deal reportedly includes an ESPN channel for the upcoming VCAST TV service that will feature much of the programming from ESPN network. Although Mobile ESPN operated on Sprint's network, Sprint users will reportedly not have access to the ESPN application the agreement with Verizon will give them multi-year exclusive access to the application.

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muchdrama

Feb 8, 2007, 3:42 PM

Nice!

Now I'll be able to follow my precious Florida Gators!

(current recruiting class ranked #1 by rivals.com)

Oh yeah.
so why should we be looking for this or is it automaticly added to vcast
booooooo florida
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skillz2003

Feb 8, 2007, 3:45 AM

Can we say Sport Center on the VCast TV phone

This is going to be great! I love Verizon!! Sport Center, WOW
hell yeah
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EnterTheWu78

Feb 8, 2007, 11:02 AM

Why??

Why does ESPN like to be sold to just one company. Its just like in the video games, they sold out their name to Sega. Evil or Very Mad
well. lets think. if you had something to sell you can auction it off the the highest bidder. and make more money. it makes sense. Surprised
 
 
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