Verizon Wireless joins hands with Comcast to offer data new packages

Telecom Lead America: Wireless major Verizon
Wireless and Comcast have entered into an agreement and to roll out a variety
of offers and incentives for both new and existing customers.


Furthermore, both companies announced that they will
offer each other’s services across the Front Range.


With this collaboration, more consumers from along
the Front Range will be able to connect to the people. Furthermore, people will
connect to the things they love while on-the-go or at home have new options for
outstanding video, phone, Internet and wireless services.


“Comcast continues to deliver exceptional
entertainment and communications services and the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE
network is the ideal complement to complete the package,” said Melanie
Braidich, regional president for Verizon Wireless.


Depending on the package chosen, new and existing
customers of Comcast and Verizon Wireless could qualify for a variety of offers
and incentives, which includes Visa prepaid cards valued between $50 and $300
and a double your data package offer.


The double your data package offers provides a
complementary 12-month upgrade to Blast!, the Xfinity Internet service that
provides download speeds of up to 30 Mbps with PowerBoost and a doubling of a
4G LTE data plan from Verizon Wireless.


“Through our agreement with Verizon Wireless, we’re
delivering even more value for more consumers by providing an entertainment and
communications solution that fits their lifestyles,” said Rich Jennings,
regional vice president for Comcast’s Mile High Region.


Now, both current and new Comcast customers across the Denver
metro area and Colorado Springs will have the option of building a great
in-home experience through our Xfinity services, along with the reliability of
Verizon Wireless’ network while on-the-go.


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Recently, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, as part of a
General Dynamics-led team won two contracts to develop and implement fixed and
mobile cloud computing capacity for the U.S. Army under the Area Processing
Centers Army Private Cloud 2 initiative (APC2).


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