Tong Zhang
(Senior Editor)
09/01/10 02:07 PM
Verizon Adds Full-Length Movies from Sony Pictures to V CAST Video

Verizon Wireless has announced that a new premium subscription movie service from Crackle, the multi-platform video entertainment network from Sony Pictures Television, is now offered on V CAST Video. Crackle Movies provide Verizon Wireless customers a lineup of movie hits from the Sony Pictures library, including "Cable Guy," "Finding Graceland," "Blind Date," "The China Syndrome," "Easy Rider," "Gattaca," "La Bamba," and more to watch on their phones. Here is more info:

Crackle Movies? content on V CAST Video features a wide array of genres, including comedy, action, drama, sci-fi and popular feature films. More than 19 movies are available to subscribers at launch, with a refresh of two movies per week, allowing customers to access at least 25 different movies per month. Crackle Movies can be found on V CAST-capable phones in the Media Center/Get It Now under V CAST Video/Pop Culture/Crackle Movies. Customers with select BlackBerry smartphones can find content on their handsets under Menu/V CAST Video/Pop Culture/Crackle Movies, and customers with Android smartphones can find the V CAST Video app in Android Market? by searching for V CAST Video. Customers can also access other premium Crackle content, including Crackle Originals, a highly acclaimed Web series ranging from comedy to suspense, and Minisodes, shorter versions of classic television shows, under the ?Cutting Edge? category.

A Crackle Movies premium subscription is available to customers for $5.99 per month in addition to the $10 monthly subscription for V CAST Video on Demand. There are no megabyte charges to download, stream or watch V CAST content with any V CAST subscription; however, customers must subscribe to a data package for a data usage allowance. For more information about V CAST Video, including how to subscribe, visit


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