Yesterday we reported
that Verizon's Android users would gain access to the carrier's VCAST video service on Monday, and it is now official. Verizon has confirmed that the service, which provides a wide variety of news, sports and entertainment, is now available from the Verizon channel in the Android Market. For a $10 monthly charge, you can receive more than 230 full length programs from 40 content providers. Big Red has also just struck a deal with AETN which allows the operator to offer programming from A&E, Lifetime and The History Channel along with Spanish language content from V-me. World Cup fans will be able to view all 64 Spanish language broadcasts of the event right on the screen of their Android phone. Throughout the year, VCAST offers hundreds of live sporting events including college football and basketball games along with NHL hockey contests. The list of enabled devices includes the Motorola DROID, HTC DROID ERIS, Motorola DEVOUR, HTC Droid Incredible and the LG Ally.