PIX Place was an online picture and video storage and management service that was offered by Verizon Wireless as a bundle with any activated multimedia messaging device. The service was discontinued on Oct. 1, 2014, and any pictures and files stored on it can no longer be accessed.Continue Reading
PIX Place users were able to store videos and pictures online, and the service also allowed subscribers to share pictures with friends. Prior to its discontinuation, users were also able to choose a combined PIX Place and Multimedia Messaging Online Album premium subscription.
After its discontinuation, PIX Place was replaced by the Verizon Cloud service. Capable phone types are able to access the service directly to upload various types of content. Videos and pictures uploaded to the Verizon Cloud can be managed through either a mobile Web interface or a personal computer.Learn more about Social Media
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