This month I'm a year into switching to Verizon Wireless, having been on a plan with another company for nearly three years, I'm telling you about my experience.
This is a post compensated as part of Verizon Wireless's insiders blogger campaign. #VZWBuzz
From the beginning it was very noticeable the change and of course, if Verizon has the largest coverage network in the country.
Since I arrived at the Verizon Store to activate my smartphone I received a good service, they did the transfer of my number without problem and in a few hours it was already activated and ready to use.
It has been a great relief to my pocket to have switched to one of verizon's prepaid plans that take care of each month for just $45:
– Unlimited minutes at any time.
– Calls to mobile from Verizon Unlimited Customers.
– Unlimited Text Messaging.
– 1GB of free data. (When I get to need more costs me $10 dollars to add 1 GB, which I can use for up to 90 days).
As a blogger, I need to always have the best coverage and the highest data speed and that's what I've gotten with Verizon Wireless, a speed of 4G LTE, so I don't worry when I'm traveling, for example when we went skiing or even at some conference and I'm busy smartphone to share photos and videos on social networks.
Likewise on our road trips, I usually take the time to blog and update my social networks while my husband drives, without any problem.
Verizon's coverage is very good and I noticed on several of our trips, for example now that we've been in San Francisco, Las Vegas and South Lake Tahoe, CA, I didn't beat anything, I was surprised to have service especially when we visited Emerald Bay, which is located between the mountains, I'll immediately show you one of the photos I shared as we walked around.
Another thing I liked about using Verizon is that just paying $10 more per month I can call cell phones and homes of my family and friends from Mexico. My kids are very happy with Verizon, they have the service on their tablets and can watch videos when we go down the road.
And you, have you tried the Verizon Wireless service?