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Delivering the promise of the digital world.

Verizon is one of the largest communication technology companies in the world.

With over 150 locations, Verizon is a global leader delivering innovative communications and technology solutions that improve the way our customers live, work, learn and play.  

Founded in 2000, the company operates America’s most reliable wireless network and the nation’s premier all-fiber network, and delivers integrated solutions to businesses worldwide. With brands like Yahoo, TechCrunch and HuffPost, the company’s media group helps consumers stay informed and entertained, communicate and transact, while creating new ways for advertisers and partners to connect.


Facts about our company:

  • $131B
    Annual revenue
    in 2018 revenues
  • 135.9K
    in 150 global locations
  • 16
    Fortune rank
    as of 2019

We are committed  
to making the  
world a better place.

From carbon abatement to disaster recovery to bringing tech education to underfunded schools, we’ve made some tremendous progress so far.

And we’ve set ambitious goals to tackle some of today’s most pressing societal challenges as we work to build our shared future.

Employees work with purpose. And, find success.

Here, passion finds purpose. Drive finds success. And anyone who wants to make a difference can create impact.

We call it the power to go beyond.


Delivering strong results for our shareowners.

Not many companies can transform their businesses in a time of accelerating change, but we have and will continue to do so. 


View our latest reports and filings.

  • $2.17
    Diluted earnings
    reported per share
  • $15.8B
    Net cash
    provided by operating activities
  • $9.8B
    $9.8B paid in 2018

Leading the industry.  
First on 5G.

Verizon built its own 5G technology to accelerate testing and drive the development of a worldwide 5G standard.

And we continue to work with our other technology partners to further advance 5G technology and reach important milestones on the path to full deployment—both in the lab and, most importantly, in the real world where it matters most.