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V Cast

V CAST is a buffering before the video stream is played and possibly during video playback, depending on the quality of the connection. V CAST is implemented as a permanently installed BREW application on a V CAST compatible phone.

V CAST prevents video playback and menu navigation if there is no EV-DO coverage available.

V CAST is one of the few mobile phone-based systems on which more advanced games, including those with 3-D graphics (similar in quality to the original PlayStation or the Sega Saturn), can be played. Most, but not all, V CAST games require airtime for use, but most of the V CAST plans give users unlimited airtime for all videos and games.

The V CAST service plans provide both basic and premium content, and the service provides users with the ability to upload music from personal computers to cellphones—some with the help of third-party software such as BitPim.

V CAST enabled phones

External links

  • V CAST website
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