01/29/2020|Inside Verizon

Watch and win.

By: Verizon Up To Speed

Today on Up To Speed: Tune in to Thursday’s 4Q results webcast for a chance to win great prizes.

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Watch 4Q earnings tomorrow for a chance to win.

Mark your calendars, put a note on your phone, scribble on your hand, do whatever you have to do to remind yourself to join us for the 4Q earnings webcast tomorrow at 11AM ET/8 AM PT. 

Not only will Hans share our financial results, we're offering you a chance to win a new Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G. That’s right. You’ll be one of the first to have a 5G-enabled smartphone. And all you have to do is watch the webcast and complete the post-webcast survey.

So be sure to tune in tomorrow at 11 AM ET/8 AM PT. If you’re helping customers during the webcast, be sure to watch the replay. 

Fios TV adds Yahoo Finance and Bloomberg News.

Speaking of financial news, Fios customers now have two new ways to catch all of the latest business headlines and market analyses: Yahoo Finance (channel 604) and Bloomberg News (channel 605). We went behind the scenes with Yahoo Finance last April to get an inside look at their studios in NYC.

Of course, many of you may be watching a different channel this weekend to catch Super Bowl LIV, not to mention all of those great commercials, including our own. Remember, Fios customers can watch the Super Bowl in 4K on Channel 1498, as long as you have the Fios TV One set-top box. Enjoy!

Verizon and NFL give back together with #OneMoreSunday.

For many V Teamers, Sunday means more than football; it means service and helping others. That’s why we’re excited to partner with the NFL to launch #OneMoreSunday – a platform that transforms fans’ passion for the game into hours of community service. Together, we hope to build America’s biggest volunteer network.

“Verizon is committed to moving the world forward for good, by leveraging our technology, innovation and people to make the world a better place,” said Hans Vestberg, CEO. “But we know we can’t do it alone. Bringing One More Sunday to life and encouraging everyone to commit to serving their communities is a powerful and truly meaningful addition to our partnership with the NFL.”

Go to GiveOneMoreSunday.com to be matched with local volunteer opportunities in your community.

Finally, we have one last question for you regarding the Super Bowl: Who’s going to win?

Let us know your pick by taking the poll at the bottom of this page. Check out the poll results.

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