Thanks for visiting our Florida website! There's some great information here, and we invite you to take your time and learn about all Verizon has to offer you as a customer.
We want your business, and we are working hard to earn it... and to keep it. We know you have a choice for your phone, Internet and TV service, and we welcome competition. We know that competition raises the bar on all service providers. Competition keeps your costs reasonable and puts all kinds of new options within reach. And that's important to all of us - whether we're busy and working hard, or retired and enjoying our Florida lifestyle.
[ Read More ]
“Service with a smile” is more than just a catchphrase.
At the end of a service call, if the customer is smiling, so is FiOS Technician John Stiber. John is a Verizon Credo award-winning recipient, the most prestigious accolade in the company, and now can add the title of “Service Hero” to his many accomplishments. [ Learn More ]
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 2 out of 3 people in the U.S. will never be assaulted or abused by a partner. Let's send hope to the 1 out of 3 who will. Verizon will donate $3 to domestic violence prevention efforts for every message of hope that you send. [ Learn More ]
In the Community
Our work is done through strategic partnerships with nonprofits, through informed grant-making that represents an investment in results, and through the exceptional volunteer spirit of Verizon's employees. Our goal is to help the people of Florida achieve the skills they need to live, learn and work in the 21st Century. [ Learn more ]
On October 27, 2014, three months after their car accident, Lois and Ed Guerin reunited with Verizon's Troy Hamrick, whose quick thinking and action saved a life. Their meeting took place at a BBQ celebrating not only Troy's exemplary action, but also the impressive safety record of the team at the Ruskin work center. He was also awarded the Florida Region President’s Pin by Jeanmarie Milla, Verizon’s Florida region president. [ Learn More ]
Girls Who Code
40 South Florida high school students recently celebrated their graduation from the Girls Who Code computer science summer immersion program. They successfully completed the seven-week program which focused on closing the technology gender gap by inspiring girls to pursue education and careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. The Miami-based program was funded by the Verizon Foundation in partnership with Girls Who Code. Verizon Foundation president Rose Stuckey Kirk, was the keynote speaker at the graduation event and surprised all 40 of the graduates with laptop computers provided by Samsung. Congratulations to all of the graduates!