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Verizon Brings GameTanium Subscription Service for $5.99 a Month


Exent has partnered with Verizon to bring the GameTanium subscription service exclusively to the carrier. So what’s new about this new mash up app? Well, users get to choose from over 100 different games which includes the likes of Fruit Ninja, Plants Vs Zombies, Doodle God etc. What’s better is that this service will be available on both tablets and smartphones. These games can be downloaded from Verizon Apps, and this entire service will cost merely $5.99 a month per device.

The service will be available on more than 30 Android smartphones and two tablets (Motorola Xyboard 10.1 and 8.2) on Big Red’s network. A big bonus with this service is the exclusion of annoying advertisements. The ability to read reviews and check ratings before downloading the app makes choosing and picking easy. It is hoped that Exent will join hands with other major carriers of the country to bring the service to a wider audience.

GameTanium provides our Android customers with unlimited access to more than 100 games at a great value. Working with Exent has enabled us to immerse customers into the mobile gaming frontier and ultimately bring high-quality gaming options powered by 4G LTE.” said Kristi Crum, executive director of marketing, Verizon Wireless.

Users can try a three day trial of the GameTanium subscription to see if it’s your cup of tea. If not make sure to opt out of it unless you don’t mind an extra $5.99 in your monthly bill. Be advised that downloads require a working data plan and might set you back by a few bucks if you don’t have one.

The tablet support is very welcome, although there aren’t many users of the Xyboard series which failed to impress due to the high pricing. Users get to choose from over 50 separate tablet titles. For $5.99, it doesn’t seem like a bad deal at all. The games in the list are apparently picked by Exent’s Editorial board, so you are assured that you will only get games that are worth your time.

Source: Verizon
Via: Talk Android

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