Verizon Wireless unveils content search capability

Verizon Wireless took a step toward easing the pain for customers trying to discover content by allowing customers to type in a search request or speak it. The Get It Now Search service is available to Get It Now customers for free and enables them to look for content by artist name, song title, game or application name. Get It Now Search is initially available on the LG VX4500, VX6100, VX8300, Chocolate (VX8500), The V (VX9800) and Motorola E815, RAZR V3c and RAZR V3m. Verizon Wireless said it won't charge download fees to use the Get It Now Search offering.

To read more about Verizon Wireless' Get It Now Search service:
- check out this article from Wireless Week

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