On October 31, 2007, Verizon announced two new INpulse plans, in addition to their original offering. Each of the three new plans charge a daily access fee ($0.99, $1.99, or $2.99), with a lower per-minute or per-text message rate for each tier. The new plans also gave INpulse customers access to Get It Now, where they could download multimedia such as music through the V CAST service. V CAST Video is now yet avaliable on the INPulse plan yet, verizon plans to make this feature avaliable to prepay customers sometime in late 2009.
Testing pulse for women's adult VOD: start-up venture aims to crack male-dominated market by focusing on distaff niche.(Inpulse Digital TV Group is formed to produce erotic films that would appeal to women)
Jan 26, 2004; Four female entrepreneurs have gathered together in a common cause: to produce erotic films that would appeal to women, and to...