Verizon Wireless

Verizon powers America’s fastest and most reliable network. We’re also leading the way in cloud and security solutions, Internet of Things and video entertainment.

Technology moves fast and so do we. We continuously innovate and learn from the best. We believe that bringing great ideas and customer experiences to life should be recognized and rewarded. Our work perks include competitive pay, health and wellness benefits, tuition assistance and more. You’ll find adventure in one of our many global offices, located in 150 countries and 2,700 cities.

Whether you think in code, words, pictures or numbers, find your future at Verizon.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Verizon Communications
HQ
New Jersey, US
Verizon Wireless is headquartered in New Jersey, US

Key People at Verizon Wireless

Lowell McAdam

Lowell McAdam

Chairman & CEO
Francis Shammo

Francis Shammo

EVP & CFO
James Gerace

James Gerace

Chief Communications Officer
Roger Gurnani

Roger Gurnani

EVP & Chief Information and Technology Architect
Daniel Mead

Daniel Mead

EVP & President of Strategic Initiatives
Marc Reed

Marc Reed

EVP & Chief Administrative Officer
Diego Scotti

Diego Scotti

EVP & CMO
Craig Silliman

Craig Silliman

EVP, Public Policy and General Counsel
John Stratton

John Stratton

EVP & President of Operations
Marni Walden

Marni Walden

EVP & President of Product Innovation and New Businesses
Roy Chestnutt

Roy Chestnutt

EVP & Chief Strategy Officer

Verizon Wireless Office Locations

Verizon Wireless has offices in New Jersey, Miami, New York, Ashburn and in 413 other locations
New Jersey, US (HQ)
Basking Ridge
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Verizon Wireless Data and Metrics

Verizon Wireless Financial Metrics

Verizon Wireless's revenue was reported to be $30.5 b in Q2, 2017
USDY, 2013Y, 2014Y, 2015

Revenue

127.1 b131.6 b127.9 b

Revenue growth, %

4%(3%)

Cost of goods sold

49.9 b52.6 b51.8 b

Gross profit

77.1 b79.1 b76.1 b

Gross profit Margin, %

61%60%60%

Net Income

1.2 b9.6 b17.9 b
USDQ2, 2017

Revenue

30.5 b

Net Income

4.5 b

Verizon Wireless Operating Metrics

Q2, 2016

Subscribers

142.75 m

Net Customer Additions

1.29 m

Postpaid Smartphone Net Adds

336 k

    Verizon Wireless Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

    Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
    SkywardFebruary 16, 2017

    Verizon Wireless Revenue Breakdown

    Verizon Wireless Job Categories

    Verizon Wireless Median Salaries

    Source: 1.4 k public H-1B filings from Verizon Wireless

    Traffic Overview of Verizon Wireless

    Verizon Wireless Online and Social Media Presence

    Verizon Wireless News and Updates

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    John Oliver explains why you should really care about net neutrality

    Three years ago, "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" dedicated an episode to net neutrality. At the time, the Federal Communications Commission was looking to regulate a free and open internet.  The FCC's site crashed thanks to the flood of comments it got after that episod…

    Twitter is adding a slew of new shows in its quest to be a hub for live video (TWTR)

    Twitter is ramping up its live video efforts with the announcement of more than 12 media partners that will stream content on its network this year. The new slate of content includes live news shows around topics like business and sports from BuzzFeed, The Player's Tribune,…

    Predictive analytics startup Runecast raises €1.6 million

    Czech/UK predictive analytics startup Runecast has raised a seed round of €1.6 million from Credo Ventures and Limerock Fund Manager. The startup provides real-time monitoring and predictive analytics for VMware environments to enhance security and reduce any downtime. Customers include Verizon Wire…

    Why unlimited data is making a comeback

    Unlimited data is the hot new thing … again. It’s been almost five years since the last of the great unlimited data plans died out and left just a few calcifying tendrils of grandfather access for those willing to live the remainder of their days on 3G phones. People were upset when AT&T and…

    US wireless carriers are finally reversing the worst trend in mobile data

    Verizon is offering unlimited data. Again. The US wireless carrier—one of the nation’s largest—eliminated unlimited data plans for new customers in favor of usage-based offerings…
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    Verizon Wireless Company Life and Culture

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