What is Visible?
Learn more about the all-digital wireless carrier owned by Verizon.
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It takes mile-high motivation to recognize customers’ needs and provide them with more choice. Nestled near the peaks of Colorado’s Front Range, the Visible team aims to do just that.
Visible is an all-digital wireless carrier owned by Verizon. The app-based phone service runs on Verizon’s 4G LTE Network. The service costs $40/month for unlimited data, messages, and minutes in the U.S. Visible supports both Apple and Android devices.
The company operates independently out of its Denver office, where it doesn’t take long to see Visible is built to complement Verizon’s customer model.
“What we’re really geared towards is focusing on customer centricity,” said Visible CEO Miguel Quiroga, “We’re targeted at an audience of customers that are fully digital.”
Quiroga adds it’s all about simplifying a demand from customers that live their life on the go.
“It’s someone who may not work through traditional sales channels,” said Quiroga, “It may be someone who will actually avoid that.”
Here’s a little Q&A on everything you need to know about Visible.
Q: What is Visible?
Visible is an all-digital phone service.
Customers sign up for service online at Visible.com or with the Visible app.
Q: Who is Visible for?
Visible aims to serve a different segment of customers than we currently attract.
These are customers who live completely online and prefer conducting business virtually.
Q: Who owns Visible?
Visible is owned by Verizon and operates out of its headquarters in Denver, Colorado.
Q: Why doesn’t Visible carry the Verizon name?
Verizon is known in the industry for its premium, full-service experience. Visible appeals to a different segment of customers who live completely online and prefer doing business that way.
Q: Is Visible intended to compete with Verizon?
No. Verizon and Visible target different segments of customers. Visible is intended to compete with lower-cost providers by disrupting the value segment.
For more information on Visible, head to www.visible.com.