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05.10.2019Inside Verizon

It was a mother of a week.

By: Verizon Up To Speed

Here’s everything you might have missed this week and don’t forget to #CallMom.

It was a mother of a week.

We started the week by showing you our newest ad featuring the Samsung S10 5G, now available for pre-order. We’re telling the world that 5G is real fast, a real game-changer and, with Verizon 5G, we’re entering a world of real-time.

Sravya visited Bristol, PA to go back to school at one of our Verizon Innovative Learning Schools.

We talked with Alex Schlager about this year’s DBIR report, where he spoke about what types of cyberattacks are becoming more and more common and who typically are targeted. We also talked about how the DBIR gives Verizon a leadership position in the security space.

George Koroneos showed us the new line of Google Pixel phones, the 3a and 3a XL. Both are now available on Verizon’s award-winning network in two colors, Just Black and Purplish.

Andy Choi and Verizon engineer Garima Garg were on WGN Chicago radio talking 5G and what it will mean for the city. You might remember Garima, who was featured in Up To Speed presents First to 5G.

This week was filled with wonderful mom moments, from Mitzie Copes celebrating her son getting drafted by the Green Bay Packers, to recognizing military moms who do so much for their families and their country, We can’t thank our moms enough. So make sure you do what our newest social media campaign is encouraging everyone to do...#CallMom,

And to top the week off, Verizon was named one of the best companies for multicultural women by Working Mother magazine for 2019.

It’s all in today’s Up To Speed Week in Review, the best place for everything happening around and inside Verizon.

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