Atlus V-Net (アトラス V-net) was a cellphone subscription service released by Atlus for Vodafone cellphones in Japan.


For a monthly fee of 315 yen (Approx: $3 US), users had access to a variety of Megami Tensei related content, including games, desktop backgrounds and ringtones. The service was initially operated by Atlus but was later acquired and operated by BBMF in 2004. Games and software released under V-Net used "v-appli" (vアプリ), which was an adaptation of NTT Docomo's i-appli (iアプリ) platform that made use of the DoJa programming language.

Due to the lacking numbers of Vodafone users in Japan compared to other providers such as NTT Docomo and Softbank, Atlus V-Net did not see as many releases as other platforms such as Megaten α.

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