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Verizon Allowing Customers to Send Data as a Gift

Verizon Wireless today made it possible for subscribers to send one another the gift of data access. Verizon customers can send 1GB of LTE 4G data to family/friends for $10. Gifted data will be billed directly to the sender's account. Show More Summary

How to get 2GB of free data on Verizon right now

If you're a Verizon Wireless customer, Black Friday came a week early. Verizon subscribers with an eligible plan can receive 2GB of data for free as part of the company's "Thanksgetting" promotion. See also: Verizon's trademark red swoop...Show More Summary

Verizon Offering 1GB of Free Data for the Holidays

Verizon Wireless customers can snag an extra 1GB of mobile data this month from Big Red. The promotional data offer can be redeemed online and will be added to the account holder's existing data allotment for the current billing period. Show More Summary

Verizon Wireless Finally Offers Wi-Fi Calling

Verizon Wireless, the biggest wireless telecommunications provider in America, will finally get ready to do what other U.S. carriers – T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T Mobility – have been doing: offer their customers wi-fi calling. Verizon...Show More Summary

FCC Wants All Cell Phones Hearing Aid Compatible

The FCC today expanded the scale of hearing aid compatibility in cell phones to include IP-based communications, such as WiFi and VoLTE. AT&T and Verizon Wireless recently sought and received waivers to offer WiFi calling along with an alternate to the legacy technology called RTT (real-time text). Show More Summary

Verizon introduces new prepaid smartphone and basic phone plans

Verizon Wireless now has five prepaid phone plans to choose from. The wireless carrier announced the new plans, which include two for basic phones and three for smartphones....

Verizon’s TravelPass Offers Simple International Roaming, but It’s Still Expensive

You can tell when I travel internationally because my Twitter feed starts to fill with angry expletives about Verizon Wireless. Taking my mobile phone abroad can be expensive, confusing, and so annoying that — more often than not — I take advantage of the opportunity to turn it off and disconnect from the world. However, […] This post was originally published on Travel Codex.

Van Morrison will return to Alpharetta in spring 2016

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI The enigmatic Van Morrison will return to Alpharetta next spring with an April 24 show at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park. Morrison, 70, played the venue in May 2010. Tickets for the concert, priced....

Project Fi isn't for me yet, but it's still really good

The best alternative to unlimited data is a smarter network, and Google seems to get that. I've been a Verizon Wireless customer for as long as I can remember. My parents had Verizon when I got my first phone, and while I've tried to go elsewhere for a cheaper service before I usually find myself back on Verizon shortly after. Show More Summary

Verizon Wireless Rehashes Prepaid Plans

Verizon Wireless has adjusted its selection of prepaid service plans for smartphones, basic phones, and data devices. Verizon now offers three plans to smartphones. The least expensive option, $30 per month, includes unlimited voice/text, but no wireless data -- Verizon expects customers of this plan to access data via WiFi only. Show More Summary

Review: Motorola Droid Maxx 2 for Verizon Wireless

The Maxx 2 is the less expensive of Motorola's two new Droid handsets for Verizon Wireless, but it is still a competitive offering. This Android smartphone impresses with excellent build quality and a battery that delivers on Motorola's promises. Show More Summary

Verizon Gets Green Light on FCC Waiver Needed for Wi-Fi Calling

Verizon Wireless is the only major carrier in the United States that has not introduced Wi-Fi calling, but it appears that could change in the near future as the FCC today approved the company's request for an FCC waiver [PDF] that will...Show More Summary

FCC Gives Verizon Its WiFi Calling Waiver

The FCC today granted Verizon Wireless' request for a waiver that will allow it to offer WiFi calling services. The waiver is needed because TTY services, which carriers are obligated to offer, are not reliable over WiFi. As such, Verizon needs to replace TTY with real-time text (RTT) in order to remain compliant with the law. Show More Summary

Verizon to Start Tacking $20 Fee to New Lines

Verizon Wireless will soon begin charging a $20 activation fee for new customers who sign up for one of its contract-free device payment plans. The fee goes into effect Nov. 15. Previously, Verizon waived activation fees for customers who purchased devices via monthly installment plans. Show More Summary

Surface 3 LTE is now available for Verizon's business customers

Microsoft's Surface 3 LTE tablet is now available from another US carrier. Verizon Wireless will now sell the 10.8-inch tablet with 4G LTE features directly via its business channels and B2B telesales.

Verizon's 'TravelPass' Offers Roaming for $10 Per Day

Verizon Wireless is prepared to offer customers a new international roaming package called TravelPass. Verizon customers will be able to access their existing talk, text, and data buckets when roaming in 65 different countries for $10 per 24-hour period. Show More Summary

10 Tips For Customer Support On Twitter: Part 2

VideoI have a lot of experience in launching Twitter customer support programs. Back in 2011 I helped launch Verizon Wireless’ @VZWSupport. In 2014 I launched and operationalized Intel’s @IntelSupport. Most recently I was part of developing the strategy and training for the Verizon business @go90help, a very innovative app that [...]

Verizon Says BlackBerry Priv 'Coming Soon'

Verizon Wireless took to its Twitter account to tease the BlackBerry Priv smartphone. "Priv by BlackBerry. The first-ever BlackBerry powered by Android. Coming soon," said the company. A link in the Tweet leads to a landing page on Verizon's web site where people can register for updates concerning the Priv. Show More Summary

Verizon confirms it will carry the BlackBerry PRIV ‘soon’

It’s only been a few days since AT&T confirmed that it would be carrying the BlackBerry-branded PRIV, and now Verizon Wireless is getting in on the fun. By way of its official Verizon News Twitter account, the carrier has confirmed that it will also carry the Android-powered BlackBerry PRIV. Unfortunately for those that might be [...]

The BlackBerry Priv is coming soon to Verizon Wireless

The BlackBerry Priv will have another sales outlet in the US. Verizon Wireless has made a quick announcement stating it will offer the Android-based smartphone "soon".

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