Verizon Wireless provides discounts for some companies. Employees of these companies can love these discounts. You can come in your work email to check whether your company is in the participating companies record.
Verizon Wireless Employee Discount Program Instructions
Is your company a part of the Verizon Wireless employer discount program? If so, you can receive discounts on phones, calling plans, accessories and more thru this program. You can check your discounts by injecting your working email. If it matches the records of Verizon Wireless, you will receive an email with instructions on how to take advantage of the discounts.
Enter your work email address into the required field. Please note that individual email address cannot be accepted.
Choose whether you would like to sign up for email updates, special offers and other announcement. Click on “Check for Discount” button to begin.
If your working email domain is not in the database of Verizon Wireless, you will not be able to love discounts. If your work email address matches the record, you will receive an email, instructing you how to utilize these discounts.
If you do not have a work email address, please hit the relevant link on the page and than click on “Employment Validation Form” button to continue.
Please pack in the customer information and employer information and upload an photo of your paystub dated within the last 60 days. Your name, company name and the date must be legible on the pic you upload.
If you already have a discount and need to renew your employer’s discount benefit or if you have switched your job and dreamed to check discount availability, you can click on “Renew Your Discount” button at the bottom of the page.
About Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless was the very first national wireless provider in the United States to build and operate a large-scale 4G LTE network—the most advanced wireless network technology available, with speeds up to 10 times swifter than 3G. It launched the nation’s first-ever large-area 4G LTE network in the United States in December 2010, providing customers mobile access to the Internet at speeds up to 10 times swifter than before.