Verified: Verizon Wireless activates ‘Ghostbusters’ in live TV game

Wireless operators Verizon Wireless have activated the “Ghostbusters” game on a live TV channel, giving fans the opportunity to experience it on their own home.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the game was played on the Verizon Channel and was played live on a Verizon Wireless mobile app.

The game is set in the same universe as the upcoming film, “Ghostbuster,” which was released in theaters earlier this month.

According a Verizon spokesperson, “this was an event we created with the help of the Ghostbusters team.

We believe this is a great way to celebrate the franchise with the Ghostbusters community.”

The game allows fans to create and create their own Ghostbusters costume and interact with other players in the live action movie.

Verizon Wireless has a history of using mobile games in their live TV programming, but it has only been using it for one year.

Verizon is still in the process of testing out new game features that can be used on the network, but has already launched a new “Ghosters” app that allows users to create a Ghostbusters costume, use a voice to summon and interact in-game with other people, and see in-person game-play from their friends.

The app is expected to launch sometime this fall.