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Verizon launches Mobile TV in South Florida

Starting Friday July 3, Verizon Wireless customers in South Florida can watch select television stations live on their phones with the V Cast Mobile TV service.

It's already been available in other parts of Florida, including Orlando, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and Gainesville. AT&T Wireless just released a similar service to South Florida last week.

Prices for the V Cast Mobile TV service start at $15, but can be bundled with other V Cast services for

Stations accessible include CBS, CBS College Sports, CBS News, CNBC, Comedy Central, TR3S, ESPN, Fox, Fox News, Fox Sports, MSNBC, MTV, NBC, NBC 2Go, NBC News, NBC Sports, Nickelodeon and NickToons.

Mobile TV only works of the following handsets: Samsung u620, LG 9400, LG Voyager, LG Voyager Titanium, Motorola z6tv and the Motorola Krave.


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