Welcome to Verizon Massachusetts online, a great resource for news and information on how we serve you - our friends, neighbors and partners in business across the Bay State.
As a leading technology provider, we continue to invest more than a half billion dollars each year in new technologies that bring the best video, Internet and telephone service to our customers in Massachusetts. [ Read More ]
Old Country Store Opts For Top Tech
Meet Carol Dauphinais, proprietor of the Grafton Country store located in Grafton. At first glance, the store captures customers with it's old-time charm, but what's powering it is actually top FiOS tech. [ Learn More ]
A New, Collaborative Workspace in Lowell
Take a look inside Verizon's Customer Service Center in Lowell through the eyes of its employees. The Lowell facility sets a new standard in terms of office build out for Verizon, equipped with cutting edge technology and state of the art facilities to help employees balance life and work.
In the Community
Verizon continues to focus on the quality of life for Massachusetts residents by investing in a wide range of programs that strengthen education, raise awareness of domestic violence, and improve health care through the use of technology. [ Learn more ]
Boston Municipal Research Bureau's Shattuck Awards
The Boston Municipal Research Bureau celebrated Boston’s most dedicated workers and leaders at the Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Awards in October.
Donna Cupelo of Verizon Government Affairs was recognized with the prestigious "City Champion" award for her leadership and impact on the City of Boston. Donna has a long history of engaging in civic and community initiatives serving on the executive boards of the Boston Private Industry Council, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Mass Tech Hub Collaborative and the Mass Business Roundtable. Cupelo also co-chaired Mayor Martin Walsh's economic development transition team earlier this year. [ Learn More ]
Pictured: Front row (left to right): Kevin Linsky, Boston Public Works; Annie Wilcox, Boston Police Department; Ellen Hatch, Office of Budget Management; Matthew Kiefer, Chairman of Boston Municipal Research Bureau and Goulston & Storrs; Michael Brown, City Year; George Kincaid Jr., Inspectional Services Department; Donna Cupelo, Verizon; Melanie Foley, Co-Chair Shattuck Awards and Liberty Mutual; Barbara Teal, Boston Police Department. Back row (left to right): Bill Kennedy, Chairman of Shattuck Awards and Nutter LLP; Dion Irish, Office of Fair Housing and Equity; Sam Tyler, Boston Municipal Research Bureau President; Timothy Nagaoka, Boston Public Schools; Paul Donga, Boston Fire Department; and Robert Conley, Department of Neighborhood Development.