Verizon is a US-based telecommunications provider who offers services from 4G wireless to Fiber Optic Internet, video to telematics, cloud, security and more. They offer technology products and solutions that allow people to connect and collaborate by designing, building, operating global networks and information systems. They provide a 4G LTE wireless network and an all-fiber broadband network. The mobile network provider, Verizon Wireless, offers mobile phone, text message, and data services for phones, tablets, and computers, as well as wireless hotspot devices. They're currently operating over 1700 retails stores in 2,700 cities in 150 countries and has a variety of wireless plan options for subscribers as well as an assortment of device options. Verizon also provides wireline phone service, Internet access, and television to residences and small businesses. Likewise, Verizon offers a variety of service plans and options for subscribers to access their fiber optic network services. Subscriptions options for network speeds up to 500 gigabytes per second are available.
Verizon - Global Wireless and Broadband Provider
Verizon Communications, Inc., based in New York City and incorporated in Delaware, was formed on June 30, 2000, with the merger of Bell Atlantic Corp. and GTE Corp. Verizon began trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the VZ symbol on Monday, July 3, 2000. In 2002, Verizon Wireless launched its 3G (third generation) network in the United States. This technological advancement gave wireless customers the the ability to access high-speed wireless broadband to surf the web, stream music and videos from their mobile devices. In 2005, Verizon began taking orders for FiOS, which is a fiber to the premises (FTTP) telecommunications service. The Internet service is made available to several states through a global network of approximately 800,000 route miles.