You can find authorized payment locations online.
There are both free and convenience locations. Following is an explanation of both types of locations:
Authorized free agents take payments at no cost to the customer. Not all areas have free agents.
Authorized convenience agents charge a small fee to make the payment. Not all areas have convenience agents.
Each free agent must post a sign stating that it is an authorized Verizon payment location and that no fee is charged to make a payment.
Authorized agents cannot accept payments for all jurisdictions. If you live in NY, you may submit payments to authorized payment locations in NY and CT.
The authorized convenience agent will charge a fee for each account being paid.
For example, if you have 3 accounts and you are paying with one check, you will be charged 3 times the fee (once for each account). If you have one account but are paying with 2 checks, you will be charged a single fee amount.
Authorized agents will accept cash (in US currency only), checks (no third party checks), travelers checks, and certified checks
You must provide the agent with a page from your current bill or suspension/denial notice at the time of payment. This bill or notice will contain your Verizon account number.
Each receipt will contain–at a minimum–the following information:
If the agent is a convenience agent, the receipt will also contain:
If you are making an advance payment or deposit payment, the receipt must state that the payment is for an advance payment or deposit.
Yes, Verizon will receive notice of the payment within minutes of the payment being made.
Payments will be posted to your account within 3 business days after the date of payment.
Utilizing these payment locations may incur a convenience fee of up to $2.99 for this service. No portion of this fee is paid to Verizon. Payment locations will accept a check or cash, or money order as means of payment.