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Online Interactive Brochure Connects You to Verizon Services

by ‎03-15-2011 03:18 PM - edited ‎03-15-2011 03:27 PM

man_comp (2).JPGIf you are reading this, you not only understand how technology is helpful to you, you’re not afraid to use it.  Our regular readers of this blog – which is a simple application of a broadband advancement by the way – enjoy using our new technologies like Flex View.


New technologies also give us new ways to get things done.  Take customer service, for example.  The ingrained habit is if I need service from Verizon, I’ll pick up the phone and call 1-800-VERIZON (1-800-837-4966).  And that certainly works.  But in a broadband world where we’ve given 8.4 million of you access to powerful, intelligent networks, at home or on your smartphone, why be limited by yesterday’s tools?


We’ve written about Verizon’s new customer-directed service tools several times in this space for good reason.  Verizon invested millions in its service platforms last year, often providing our FiOS and HSI-based customers with the same service technologies used by our contact-center representatives, at no additional cost to you. 


To help customers understand the various service options available to them every day, Verizon produces an Online Interactive Brochure providing a directory of service features available to customers with instructions on how to use them.  This online guide covers:


My Verizon

In Home Agent


The voice portal and Mobile Apps

Options in a Verizon store


The Interactive Brochure (you should bookmark it) helps customers make the best choice for the service they need and is continually updated as more online service tools are added or improved. 


I encourage you to put your online adventure hiking boots on, visit the Online Interactive Brochure and connect to the various service links it describes.  You’ll discover numerous ways to have service issues addressed – if you have any – without ever picking up the phone.  We think they work pretty well … and if they do – or even if they don’t – you have an outlet, right here, to let us know about it.  

by braziliansoccer
on ‎03-16-2011 02:07 PM

Please Verizon. It is time to get the PFC brazilian soccer channel. I cannot wait to cancel my contract with Dishnetwork that I still have just because this channel. I know that I can get Globo International but not the soccer channel. But it doesn't worth for me right now. Guys! Come on! work on it! Bring it to Verizon and I'll cancel my DishNetWork right the way!!!! 

on ‎03-17-2011 03:32 PM



We'll pass your suggestion on to the programming team, but the best -- and fastest -- way to make suggestions about FiOS TV or other services is to post them at the Verizon Idea Exchange. You can also vote on other people's ideas that you'd like to see us implement:



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