The songs being offered via the V Cast app are DRM (Digital Rights Management) free and will be sold on a per track basis ranging from .69 cents to $1.29. Similar to other digital music stores such as iTunes and Amazon, any tracks purchased from V Cast can be transferred from the phone to a computer using Verizon’s V Cast Media Manager.
Ringtones and ringback tones will also be available for purchase through the application after it updates. Many new Android phones for Verizon have the V Cast application preloaded along with all the other carrier specific bloatware. Users with an existing version of the app will be prompted to update once it is opened again.
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source: Slash Phone