You are connected upon making a selection. After 30 seconds of inactivity, your mobile device "times out" (meaning you will no longer receive information and will no longer be billed for airtime). At that time, you can read the saved (cached) content without being billed for airtime minutes. You can reconnect to the Internet by making another selection (you can tell when the browser is re-initiating because you will see "sending/receiving" displayed on your device).Back to top
Yes. If you answer the call, your browsing session will be suspended. Once you end the call, you have the option to resume your browsing session from the point at which it was interrupted.Back to top
Some of the content categories available include sports, weather, business and top current events. In addition, content is available from many providers such as FOX Sports, Charles Schwab and ABCNews.Back to top
Yes, you can bookmark your favorite sites from your device with Mobile Web.
Mobile Web is included with all basic phones. There is no monthly access charge.
Data charges are billed according to your plan’s data allowance or other applicable data feature. If your plan doesn’t include data, you’ll be charged the standard rate of $1.99/MB of data used.
Yes, as long as you're in our National Enhanced Services Rate and Coverage Area, you'll be able to use Mobile Web.Back to top
Yes, as long as you continue to have a Mobile Web capable device and subscribe to Mobile Web.Back to top
Yes, SSL mobile sites are accessible through Mobile Web and HTML secure sites are accessible through Optimized View for Mobile Web, with the exception of secure HTML banking sites.Back to top
The headline window provides easy access to the top news headlines.Back to top
These headlines will change daily.Back to top
Premium services are available for an additional monthly fee, above and beyond the $5 monthly access subscription fee.Back to top
Premium services currently available includes Sports Chat Zone, Friendz, Lavalife, MyLocalTV, Latino Chat Zone and lots more.Back to top
The cost for these services will appear on your Verizon Wireless monthly statement.Back to top
Yes, you can bookmark your favorite mobile websites from your device. Folders can be created for more organized storage.Back to top
MSN® Hotmail, Yahoo!® Mail and AOL® are currently offered.Back to top
Attachments can only be opened from a computer, but you can forward them from your mobile device.Back to top
No.Back to top
With the implementation of Optimized View for Mobile Web in November 2008, Verizon Wireless subscribers now have the ability to access full HTML websites. The page designed by our Content Partners for the VZW Portal is designed to provide a better experience for you and while the content on both versions of these pages is often similar; presentation may differ slightly.
You can decide which version of a site you prefer to view and save it as a Favorite in order to be presented with the version of the site that you prefer.
Yes, you may download Mobile Web via Alltel / Axcess Shop on your Alltel device. Learn more about Mobile Web for your Alltel device.Back to top
We provide top headlines on the main homepage and under the “News” category. Content providers such as CNN and ABC News also provide headlines and articles.Back to top
Yes.Back to top
These services can be found under "Subscriptions" of the "Verizon Services" category on the portal homepage.Back to top
You can perform a Search by clicking Search on the portal (Option 0) or via your device browser right soft key. If you know the URL of a website, you can also enter it into the "Go to URL" feature.Back to top
There are two ways to perform a search.