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Verizon Signs Smartphone Content Deal with AOL

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May 6, 2013, 8:31 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e
updated May 6, 2013, 8:35 PM

AOL today announced that it has struck a partnership with Verizon Wireless to distribute its content on Verizon's smartphones and tablets. The content will show up in the Verizon Wireless Home web portal and will be bookmarked within the browser on Verizon devices. The AOL portal will feature up-the-minute news headlines, weather, and maps, as well as provide access to video content. The portal will appear on smartphones and tablets running Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone, but not iOS. Customers will be able to customize the type of content that reaches their devices. The AOL content is expected to become available later this summer.


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May 6, 2013, 9:07 PM


2002 called and wants it stuff back Verizon.

Seriously who still uses AOL?
johnhr2 said:
2002 called and wants it stuff back Verizon.

Seriously who still uses AOL?

Why do you care who uses AOL as their news portal? Have you been to AOL's site? It's perfectly fine for any type of news, v...
LOL my thoughts exactly. Only the older generation still use AOL for their services... My friends grandma lives and breathes AOL. But one day she installed McAfee via AOL and it destroyed her computer it was so funny xD. I had to uninstall via the PC ...
really?????? compuserver and netzero weren't available?????
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