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Verizon Turns Up The Music

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Replying to:  Historical Handset Restrictions Make this Unattractive by psuser   Jan 5, 2006, 2:28 PM

Re: Historical Handset Restrictions Make this Unattractive

by SForsyth01    Jan 5, 2006, 2:51 PM

psuser said:
Verizon goes out of there way to ensure that you cannot freely move YOUR content back and forth from YOUR cell phone and then tout this service for the fact that you can move music back and forth from your cell phone to your PC - as long as you purchase it from them for up to $2 along with software, a flash card, USB cable, etc. They should have debuted this offering as a subscription service that is included with your vCast $15 monthly charge.

Do you want everything for free??? No other carrier allows you to download music without a charge per song. Sprint is $2.50 per song. Cingular charges the iTunes price -- until they have HSDPA up and running. What more do you want???

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