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Verizon Enters Fujifilm’s Get the Picture Online Network

3/01/2007 03:18:00 PM Eastern

Valhalla, N.Y. — Verizon Wireless will link its Pix Place Web site with Fujifilm’s Get the Picture Online service, the companies said yesterday.

Thanks to the partnership, Verizon Wireless camera phone customers can upload their images to the Pix Place Web-site and from the site order photo prints at participating retailers. These prints can either be picked up in-store or mailed back to a consumer’s home.

Over 10,000 retail locations currently support Fujifilm’s Get the Picture Online service for net-to-store printing including Walgreens, Longs Drugs, Ritz Camera and Sam’s Club.

Verizon’s Pix Place site accepts images directly from camera phones or pictures uploaded from a PC.

Sprint and Cingular are also members of the Get the Picture Online network. Cingular has integrated the service into select handsets to enable handset-to-retail print ordering.

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