Verizon's Android Phones Gain V CAST Video Access

Verizon's Android Phones Gain V CAST Video Access

Motorola's DROID is a majorly powerful smartphone. Hardly anyone will argue that. But as of last week, there was still one thing that DROID couldn't do (despite the advertisements): V CAST. As of today, Verizon Wireless has added V CAST capabilities to the DROID, enabling users to watch and stream V CAST video right on their Android-powered handset.


Univision Interactive Media will provide live streams of all 64 of its Spanish-language broadcasts of the 2010 FIFA World Cup soccer matches from South Africa exclusively to V CAST Video customers' mobile devices, and that's just one of the many events to come.  V CAST Video recently added programming from AETN, including A&E, Lifetime and History, and Spanish-language content from V-me, and it currently offers over 230 full-length programs from more than 40 leading providers. Not a bad selection, wouldn't you agree?

Users interesting in trying it out can find the V CAST app in the Android Market today, tucked within the Verizon Channel. It's actually available on all Verizon Android phones, including the DROID, DROID ERIS, DEVOUR, DROID Incredible and LG Ally, but it'll cost you $10/month to enjoy it on top of your data plan.

DROID Does Video: V CAST Video Added to Android Smartphones From Verizon Wireless
Live Sports Events, Including World Cup, and Hundreds of Popular Entertainment, News and Kids Programs Now Available

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., June 7 /PRNewswire/ -- DROID doesn't compromise on entertainment, and watching popular television shows and sporting events just got easier for Verizon Wireless smartphone customers.  Verizon Wireless said today that V CAST Video is now available on the company's impressive family of Android smartphones.

Univision Interactive Media will provide live streams of all 64 of its Spanish-language broadcasts of the 2010 FIFA World Cup soccer matches from South Africa exclusively to V CAST Video customers' mobile devices.  The soccer tournament is just one of hundreds of live sporting events -- including college football, college basketball and NHL Hockey -- available on V CAST Video throughout the year.  

With V CAST Video, Android customers can now enjoy a wide variety of top-rated entertainment, news and sports programs on demand, whenever they want on the large screens on their smartphones.  V CAST Video recently added programming from AETN, including A&E, Lifetime and History, and Spanish-language content from V-me.  V CAST Video currently features more than 230 full-length programs from more than 40 leading providers.

Beginning today, V CAST Video can be found in the Verizon Channel in Android Market™ on all Android smartphones from Verizon Wireless: DROID by Motorola, DROID ERIS™ by HTC, Motorola DEVOUR™, DROID Incredible by HTC and LG Ally™.  V CAST Video on Android devices is available for a $10 monthly subscription in addition to a smartphone data plan.

For more information about V CAST Video, including how to subscribe, visit www.verizonwireless.com/vcast.  
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Not bad, 10 a month. If I lived in a city, and had to commute say 1/2 hour to an hour every day I would definately get V Cast.

The only thing i'm not clear on is this part "but it'll cost you $10/month to enjoy it on top of your data plan."

does this mean however many MB or GB you get per month will be eaten up by V Cast? Or does that mean because your paying the extra 10 a month, it is not considered part of your regular data plan?

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Thanks for you information i newly join and so nice post I agree with you. Your complement is so informative ....

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