Tempe, Arizona-based online social networking and video sharing site vSocial said today that it has added a new, flat-rate pricing plan for its online video services. The company is looking to provide companies with their own, private-labeled video sharing and social networking communities. vSocial said that it will cover monthly development costs, bandwidth, and content delivery expenditures with the new pricing structure. vSocial says that it uses Akamai's CDN and Global Crossing for its serviecs.
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