Verizon Offering $650 Per Line and 2GB Free Data For Life to Switch Carriers

On the eve of Christmas season and with the welcoming of the New Year, Verizon wireless is offering spectacular deals to its customers, which could be the beginning of a new battle between the wireless carriers. Are you planning to switch your service line to Verizon? If yes, then it is right... read more

$158 Million Settlement between Sprint and Verizon Offering Customers to Seek Refund by December 31st

Both Sprint and Verizon agreed to pay $158 million to the customers as a part of the federal settlement between the two companies. All those customers, who have been charged illegally over wireless phone bills have been requested to get their claims refunded by December 31st either through... read more

Hurry Up! Verizon and Sprint customers have week’s time to claim ‘cramming’ refunds

Just a week is left for Verizon and Sprint customers to claim a refund for unauthorized charges in their mobile bills. In May, both the companies have entered into ‘cramming’ settlement with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) worth $158 million.

Current and former subscribers who... read more

Verizon FiOS subscribers can now stream "nearly all" their DVRs to mobile devices

On Monday, bigwig US wireless carrier Verizon announced that it is releasing an update to the FiOS mobile app, giving all its FiOS subscribers the ability to stream the contents of their DVRs to their mobile devices.

The update announced by Verizon allows FiOS subscribers to access their... read more

Verizon will launch field trials of 5G wireless technology in 2016

In an announcement made on September 8, bigwig US wireless carrier Verizon said that it has efforts underway to launch field trials of its 5G wireless technology in 2016. The new technology is expected to become widely available to US consumers by 2020.

According to the announcement,... read more

‘HBO Now’, HBO’s Video-on-Demand Service Becomes a Reality Now!

Verizon has formed an alliance with the Time-Warner's HBO service to provide to its subscribers the internet-only streaming service HBO. Now, which was available on Apple TV and Optimum earlier.

The Americans subscribing to Verizon's DSL and FiOS Internet packages will now have access to... read more

Verizon’s All-Cash Acquisition Deal of $4.4 Billion for AOL

On Tuesday, the Verizon Communications announced that it would acquire AOL in an all-cash deal for $4.4 billion, in an endeavour to boost its recent venture of video and advertising on mobile phones.

Verizon will pay $50 a share for AOL, a 17% premium over the company’s closing share... read more

Verizon introduces new FiOS TV bundles

Verizon Communications has introduced new FiOS TV bundles to attract more customers and offer them better choice in selecting the networks they wish to watch. The move will offer better flexibility to consumers in selecting the networks they love to watch.

The new changes introduced by... read more

Verizon reportedly planning to launch its own Internet video service this summer

According to a Re/code report, telecom major Verizon Communications has efforts underway to launch its own Internet video service in summer this year. The name of the streaming service being planned by Verizon has not yet been disclosed.

Verizon’s reported move to launch a streaming... read more

Verizon will soon offer opt-out option for supercookies to customers

Telecom major Verizon announced that the company will allow customers to opt-out of the identifier placed on their phone due to privacy concerns raised by consumers and privacy advocates. The identifier, also termed as supercookie or zombie cookie, has the ability to track the browsing habits,... read more

Cablevision Sues Verizon over False Advertising

Cablevision Systems Corp. has accused Verizon Communications Inc. of falsely advertising to its customers that it has the fastest Wi-Fi connections.

Cablevision filed the complaint with the US District Court in Central Islip, New York, asking the judge to block the marketing campaign of... read more

Verizon has no plans to match T-Mobile and AT&T ‘data rollover’ moves

According to a new eWEEK report, US wireless carrier Verizon has confirmed that it has no plans to match the 'data rollover' moves recently announced by rivals AT&T and T-Mobile.

In a January 27-dated email statement to eWEEK, Verizon said that it is not interested in offering monthly... read more


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