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Throughout the week and on game day, Verizon customers used 68,800 gigabytes (GB) of wireless data in the Bay Area, equivalent of 45 million social media posts.


A network engineers from the Houston area will now use Super Bowl 50 key learnings to help improve the fan experience for next year’s championship game.


Initiatives to attract more women into science and technology are taking place all over the world. Some of the greatest opportunities and successes in the future will be driven by science and technology.


Innovation is ingrained within Verizon's DNA. Our passion drives us to envision game-changing products and make them a reality.


Network test-walkers will provide real-time stats during the pre-game events throughout the Bay Area.


Nine middle and high school teams will turn their ideas into real mobile apps as winners of the fourth Verizon Innovative App Challenge


Verizon has teamed with the NFL, the Super Bowl Host Committee and American Forests to support a number of sustainability projects designed to reduce the environmental impact of this event on the community.


This week, we’re launching Free View on Fios TV.


In the last decade, advances in how we communicate have redefined what it means to “be online.” Consumers are ditching desktops and laptops for sleek, handheld devices.


Verizon is offering its simplest and best offer ever.