(AP) Verizon Wireless, the country's largest cellphone company, is introducing a $2 fee for every payment subscribers make over the phone or online with their credit cards.
The company says this "convenience fee" will be introduced Jan. 15.
The fee won't apply to electronic check payments or to... more »
NEW YORK (AP) - Ten of thousands of Verizon workers will return to work Tuesday after a strike that lasted about two weeks.
The Communication Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers issued a statement saying they have agreed to come back to work while they... more »
MENDHAM, N.J. (AP) - Verizon workers will take their strike to their CEO's New Jersey home Thursday.
Members of the Communications Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers plan to stage a candlelight vigil outside Lowell McAdam's residence in Mendham.
About 45,000 Verizon workers from... more »
A union official says thousands of striking workers are joining picket lines and rallies at Verizon work locations from Massachusetts to Virginia.
A Communications Workers of America spokesman Robert Master says about 75 workers showed up at Verizon's headquarters in Manhattan on Monday morning.
He says picket lines... more »
Verizon has a problem in Pueblo and doesn't know when it will be fixed.
Verizon customers noticed only intermittent service all day Monday. It complicated matters today for Pueblo Police Officers who use Verizon. Others reported fast busy signals when trying to make calls and text service that just... more »
Verizon cell phone service has been restored to all of Colorado and Wyoming. A vexing software problem took down Verizon phones for nearly 12 hours. The Colorado Springs to Fort Collins corridor never lost service, but the rest of Colorado did.
The problem began around 2 am and was... more »
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple may be working on an iPhone designed for Verizon Wireless.
Currently AT&T is the only U.S. phone company that carries the iPhone.
Citing unnamed sources, The Journal said Monday that Apple is planning to debut a new iPhone this summer,... more »
Published reports say the FCC will propose new rules designed to ensure the free flow of information and applications over the Internet. The Washington Post and New York Times reported Saturday that FCC chairman Julius Genachowski will make the proposals in a speech Monday at the Brookings Institution. The proposals... more »