Verizon charges

Ramp has processed transactions for Verizon.

You might see Verizon listed on your credit card statement as:
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Verizon could appear on your statement as:

What is Verizon?

Verizon is a telecommunications company that provides services and products to both consumers and businesses. It was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in New York City. Verizon offers wireless communication services, internet connection, television, and phone services. They are known for their fast and reliable 5G network which is available in many cities across the United States. Verizon has over 120 million wireless connections and serves customers in over 180 countries.

  1. Wireless Network Services: Verizon Wireless offers cellular networks to both consumer and business clients with nationwide coverage. This service includes unlimited data plans, family plans, and prepaid plans.
  2. Mobile Phones and Devices: Verizon offers a wide range of mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and accessories from popular brands such as Google, Apple, Samsung, and LG.
  3. Internet Services: Verizon's Fios Internet services provide fast and reliable internet connections to customers with unlimited home internet data. These services range from basic internet to customized solutions for business users.
  4. Television Services: Verizon's Fios TV offers television packages with hundreds of channels, including local channels, sports, and premium channels like HBO, Showtime, and Starz.
  5. Business Services: Verizon Business offers various solutions for small, medium, and large businesses, ranging from basic office essentials like internet and phone to advanced network solutions like Internet of Things (IoT) and cybersecurity services.
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