Verizon starts its own games on demand service

By Stephany Nunneley
16 June 2009 19:09 GMT


Verizon Games on Demand has launched in parts of the US and services start at $4.99 and go up to $14.99 a month.

Currently available in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island, the service currently has 1,400 games featuring games from Microsoft, PopCap, Take-Two, Ubisoft, Konami and others.

The service is only available to Verizon customers who pay for the fiber optic Internet service.

A full list of price packages and details are on the official website.

Can you play it now? Good.

Okay. Lame joke.

Via Kotaku.

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