Show Your Love For The Environment With The Verizon Wireless In Store Trade-In Program

Trade In Your Old Device and Receive a Gift Card at all Verizon Wireless Communications Stores

This Valentine’s Day, Verizon Wireless encourages customers to share their love for the planet by participating in the newly launched In Store Trade-In program. Through the program, customers who are purchasing a new device can trade in their no-longer-used wireless devices at any Verizon Wireless company-owned store and kiosk nationwide and receive a Verizon Wireless gift card in exchange for their devices.

Depending on the make, model and condition of their trade-in device, eligible participants can receive an instantly redeemable gift card of up to $300 for use toward the purchase of a new phone, tablet or accessory – or toward their Verizon Wireless bill.

Spread Random Acts of Kindness with HopeLine from Verizon

Pop quiz! Did you know today marks the beginning of Random Acts of Kindness Week? This week, people around the world are encouraged to go the extra mile to bring kindness to their friends, family, colleagues and communities.
If you have an old cell phone sitting around your house, HopeLine offers a perfect way to clean out your living space while extending a random act of kindness.

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Verizon Named to NAFE List of Top 50 Companies for Executive Women, for 8th Consecutive Year

For the 8th consecutive year, the National Association of Female Executives has named Verizon one of 50 tops companies for executive women. The list recognizes organizations that are committed to hiring, retaining and promoting executive women. At the 2012 NAFE Top Companies, women executives run 23 percent of operations that generate more than $1 billion in revenue. The Top 50 list is being published in the February/March issue of Working Mother magazine. "With a solid leadership training curriculum, development courses, mentoring circles, executive coaching and a wealth of external initiatives, Verizon Communications has its bases covered when it comes to programs that encourage the advancement of women," said Dr. Betty Spence, NAFE president.

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