Verizon and Verizon Wireless Team Up To Offer Convenience of One Bill for All Services in Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Arizona
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COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - Starting today, Verizon residential customers in Idaho can enjoy the convenience and efficiency of receiving just one monthly bill for all of their Verizon services including local, regional, long-distance and wireless calling, Internet access and other optional features.
To sign up for ONE-BILL®, customers need only have Verizon local service and Verizon Wireless service. Both accounts must be in the same name and have good credit records. There is no charge for the consolidation.
"We know our customers want the convenience of one bill for their telecommunications services," said Jill Wagner, vice president of consumer marketing for Verizon. "They want to be able to see charges for all services on one monthly statement, and they want to write one check."
John Stratton, vice president and chief marketing officer of Verizon Wireless, said, "Today's wireless customer expects end-to-end convenience. From the technology that delivers the service, to the bill that provides the detail, we are pleased to offer this one-step option to our customers."
ONE-BILL® is the latest complement to the company's industry-leading bundled offers in Idaho. It follows the Verizon Freedom with Internet plan, which packages unlimited local calling, unlimited local directory assistance, and a choice of four or more calling features with Verizon Online Dial Up Internet. Eventually, Verizon plans to make the single bill available to its customers nationwide.
Those ONE-BILL customers who have registered at Verizon's Web site, www.verizon.com, using information from their Verizon home phone bill, can view all their Verizon charges - including Verizon Wireless - online, and they can pay their ONE-BILL electronically via the Web. The verizon.com Web site offers dynamic self-serve options like ordering new services, placing and tracking repair orders or changing phone service when moving from one home to another, regardless of locations, within Verizon territory.
To find out if they are eligible and to order Verizon's ONE-BILL, Verizon customers can go to the company's Web site at www.verizon.com/ONE-BILL. Local and wireless customers also can call the toll-free telephone number listed on their bill to request the service.
A Fortune 10 company, Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) is one of the world's leading providers of communications services, with approximately $67 billion in revenues and 221,000 employees. Verizon companies are the largest providers of wireline and wireless communications in the United States, with more than 139 million access line equivalents and 36 million Verizon Wireless customers. Verizon is the third largest long-distance carrier for U.S. consumers, with nearly 16 million long-distance lines. The company is also the largest directory publisher in the world, as measured by directory titles and circulation. Verizon's international presence includes wireline and wireless communications operations and investments, primarily in the Americas and Europe. For more information, visit www.verizon.com.
Melissa Barran, Verizon, 425-261-5855
Christy Reap, Verizon, 703-351-3114
Brenda Raney, Verizon Wireless , 908-306-4834