Verizon Puts Six Subscription Apps on Sale for $13 Per Month
Verizon Wireless today announced the availability of a new app pack. The company is offering NFL Mobile Premium, Verizon Video, VZ Navigator, Visual Voicemail, Usage Controls, and a Ringback Tones subscription for $12.99 per month. Bundling these services together a la carte would cost more, for example, VZ Navigator alone costs $9.99 per month and Visual Voicemail costs $2.99 per month. Verizon says using this app bundle will save customers 55% per month. The Smartphone App Pack is available to Android and BlackBerry devices, as well as the iPhone. It also requires customers to have a data plan.
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Srew you verizon!
They are bundling optional services at discounted price. No one said you HAD to buy the package.
I would recommend reading and understanding what the issue is prior to ranting.
Your incessant whining across multiple threads is beyond annoying.
No thanks, my bill is plenty high enough