How will you celebrate Valentine’s Day?

By: Jeannine Brew Braggs
Manager - Corporate Communications

Use technology to show your love this Valentine’s Day.

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Valentine’s Day is this weekend! While flowers and chocolate share a long history with this holiday, technology is making its way to the list of Valentine’s necessities. And, we have a few ideas that use technology to help you celebrate this special occasion with the ones you love.

Create your own cooking class. Make the most of a long-distance Valentine’s Day with unlimited video chats and access to discovery+ with a Verizon Unlimited plan. Let your favorite personalities teach you how to cook a romantic dinner with your significant other. It’s like a personal cooking class and you can even wear your pajamas.

Practice #SelfCare. Turn #SelfCare up a notch because you deserve it. Fill the tub with water, blast your favorite playlist on your portable speaker and settle in for a relaxing night.

Host a watch party with your Galentines. Build the perfect charcuterie board, start filling that cocktail shaker and turn on a classic romantic comedy on Disney+. Use the “watch party” feature on the Hulu or Disney+ app to watch a movie together.

Game On with the one you love... Sometimes playing games on Valentine’s Day can be a good thing. Team up with your #1 partner in crime for a game of World of Warships and become the ultimate gaming power couple.

If technology is involved in your Valentine’s Day plans, Verizon is here to help. For deals on phones, smartwatches and other accessories, visit verizon.com/shop.

About the author:

Jeannine Brew Braggs leads all external communications for the 12-state South Central Market of Verizon Wireless, the nation’s largest and most reliable wireless carrier. In this role, Jeannine oversees communications strategy, planning and execution as well as guides critical partnerships that help elevate the Verizon brand in local communities.

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