Verizon Enhances Network in Florida

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Published by GameFront.com 11 years ago , last updated 2 months ago

Posted on July 6, 2007, William Verizon Enhances Network in Florida

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Verizon completed their goal to finally enhance their network in Florida, spending over $1.6 billion in the state over the past 7 years. This is good news for gamers in the sunshine state because the high-speed Evolution Data Optimized Revision network, which provides access to V CAST and VZ Navigator is now fully operational like the first Death Star.

In Verizon’s case, there is no rebel alliance forming an attack against them, so the service should remain fully operational for Florida residents.


V CAST allows customers to stream video clips, play games and download songs. VZ Navigator is a location-based service that offers users maps and audible driving directions. It has also launched V CAST Mobile TV in Orlando Jacksonville and Tampa this year.

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