Verizon Announces Voluntary Sale and Purchase Program For Small Shareowners

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NEW YORK -- Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) today announced a program that will provide its small shareowners with a convenient and inexpensive way either to round their Verizon holdings up to 100 shares or to sell all of their shares.

The program will be independently administered by EquiServe, which provides Verizon with a variety of shareowner services. Verizon will not buy or sell any of the shares or otherwise participate in the program.

The program is entirely voluntary. It is intended to help owners of fewer than 100 Verizon shares who may have been deterred from selling their Verizon shares or buying additional shares because of the inconvenience or the cost of commissions.

Shareowners participating in the program will be assessed a processing fee of $1.50 per share purchased or sold, with a maximum fee of $40 per account.

Eligible shareowners will be informed of the program by mail starting today and will have through Feb. 16, 2001 to participate. Participants in the Verizon Communications Direct Invest Plan may not participate in this program, and shares held in the company's employee benefit plans are excluded from this program.

Verizon shareowners may call 1-800-578-5378 for additional information

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