Verizon has announced its US high-speed internet cable TV service FiOS will contain 26 channels when it launches through Xbox 360. As previously reported, in order to access Verizon’s service or any other TV offerings coming to the console, an Xbox Live Gold membership will be required. The service will be compatible with Kinect, and new customers can sign up for $89.99 per month which comes with a 12-month XBL Gold package and a copy of Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary. The various TV services coming to 360 are rumored for a December release. Thanks, PR Newswire.
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