Verizon Wireless to Shut Down Video-Subscription Service
Carrier steering subscribers toward Viewdini service for 4G devices
By Todd Spangler, Multichannel News -- Broadcasting & Cable, 12/3/2012 2:55:14 PM
The carrier has offered the service, launched as VCast Video in 2005 then renamed Verizon Video last year, for $3 per day or $10 per month with unlimited usage -- although all video usage counts toward subscribers' wireless data plans.
The subscription video service's lineup has provided more than 100 live channels and 250-plus full episode shows and events each month. Content partners have included A+E Networks, CBS, Comedy Central, Discovery, Fox, Lifetime, MTV, NBC and Nickelodeon.
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