Get the Most Out of Your New Smartphone or Tablet; Sign up for a Verizon Wireless Workshop

By on February 28, 2012

Looking for the nearest Wireless Workshop? Want to take part in an online workshop to learn more about your new smartphone or tablet?

Help is just a click away.

Customers can log on to My Verizon to learn more about free classes, both in-store and online, to help them get more out of their smartphones and tablets. Once logged on, customers will see a personalized list of four nearby workshops as well as a lineup of the latest online workshops.

At workshops, attendees learn:

  • Basic device functions
  • How to customize devices
  • How to use features unique to their devices
  • How to download apps and track usage

So, what are customers saying about Verizon Wireless Workshops?

  • “I specifically wanted to learn how to use the camera this weekend, because I’m going to see my grandchildren. So, I did that and even learned how to go to the gallery and delete the ones that are so bad!” – Brenda in Alvin, Texas
  • The workshop was extremely helpful and the Verizon team was very patient, professional, kind and handled questions very well.” – Maryanne in Marina del Rey, Calif.
  • “Providing these classes is outstanding and absolutely necessary. It’s really nice that Verizon has gone a step beyond in what they needed to do to help customers.” – Carole in Los Angeles

The lineup of online and in-store workshops is routinely updated and expanded to include the newest devices such as the DROID RAZR™ by Motorola, Galaxy™ Nexus™ by Samsung, Spectrum™ by LG, and DROID 4 by Motorola. If the next online workshop doesn’t work for your schedule, don’t fret; new sessions are just around the corner.

So, in addition to paying a bill, adding a line, or checking usage on My Verizon, customers can now also learn about available workshops and register to attend one at their nearest store.

To learn more about Verizon Wireless Workshops, visit www.verizonwireless.com/workshops. For those on social media, follow @VerizonNews on Twitter™ for the latest Verizon Wireless news.