Verizon introduces GameTanium that provides you unlimited game play

Verizon Wireless has just introduced the first game subscription app for Android, calling it GameTanium which is said to offer unlimited game play. Exent’s GameTanium will play nice not only on smartphones, but tablets as well, and GameTanium will remain as an exclusive only to Verizon Wireless customers and no one else. You will be able to gain access to over 100 of the best Android smartphone games with a choice of more than 50 tablet games, ranging from favorites like Doodle God to Fruit Ninja and World of Goo. The asking price for its monthly fee? We are looking at just $5.99 per device, which is rather reasonable if you spend plenty of time gaming on your smartphone or tablet, and just want to try out whatever comes out.

In the long run, if you only concentrate on one or two games per year, then it might not make too much economical sense to subscribe to GameTanium, as you would end up paying more for the option of being able to play so many games, and yet not exercising them. You would need to have a strong mind on what you want to play for the year ahead to skip GameTanium, but otherwise, if you are one who flits with the wind and whatever comes by, it does seem to be worth a shot. [Press Release]

Read more about Verizon.

Take action: Like | G+ | Tweet | Pin | User Comments

You May Also Like

Moto Z Droid And Z Force Droid Now Available From Verizon

Verizon Aiming To Launch 'Wireless Fiber' Next Year

Verizon Announces Plans To Acquire Yahoo’s Operating Business

Verizon & Yahoo Said To Be Closer To Inking A Deal

Verizon Confirms They Will Start Pushing High Data Users To Tiered Plans

Moto Z Droid And Moto Z Force Droid Available From Verizon Starting July 28th

Verizon Might Disconnect Users Who Use An ‘Extraordinary Amount Of Data’

Verizon Enables ‘Always-On Data’ For Prepaid Customers

Most Shared

Galaxy S7 Outsells iPhone 6S in The USA

The Sega Saturn Has Finally Been Cracked After 20 Years

Lady Advertises Herself As A Pokemon GO Trainer For $20 An Hour

Samsung Galaxy Wide Officially Announced

LG To Restructure Mobile Division Following Poor LG G5 Sales

HTC ‘Marlin’ Nexus Specs Leaked

Some OnePlus 3 Users Complaining Of Yellowish Smudge On Their Screens

It Looks Like China Ripped Off Super Smash Bros. As Well

id Software Explains Why Quake Champions Is A PC-Only Game

Man Sues Apple For $10bn Alleging iOS Devices Infringed On His Ideas

Game Of Thrones Confirmed To Have 13 Episodes Left In The Series

Blizzard Wants To Help Combat Harassment On Twitch

Russian Embassy Tweets Image From Command & Conquer To Warn Of Terrorism

Fans Want Help Raising $20 Million To ‘Fix Dorne’ In Game Of Thrones

Hyperloop One’s First Public Speed Test Is A Success

Apple Hit With $2.8 Billion Lawsuit Over iMessage & FaceTime