Verizon VCAST

Verizon just rolled out an update that will allow customers with Android handsets to access the company’s VCAST streaming video service. VCAST will set you back $10 per month on top of your regular phone bill, but what you get for that extra cash is access to on-demand news and sports clips as well as over 230 full-length TV programs.

Univision will also offer live streaming 2010 FIFA World Cup, although as you would expect the coverage will be in Spanish.

VCAST offers content from about 40 different providers including ABC, CBS, NBC, A&E, Lifetime, and History.

The service is available for all Android phones provided by Verizon Wireless including the Droid, Droid Eris, Droid Incredible, Devour, and LG Ally.

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