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Verizon Messages

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Verizon Messages provides an improved text and multimedia messaging experience for Verizon Wireless customers. You can send and receive text, picture and video messages seamlessly from your phone, tablet or the web using your primary phone number.  Verizon Messages also lets you use Wi-Fi to send and receive messages on your tablet or any web browser if you're out of the country or outside of Verizon coverage.  Verizon Messages is free to download to your Android™ and Apple® devices.

Benefits of Verizon Messages include:

  • Multi-device messaging – Move your conversation across devices without interruptions using the Integrated Messaging Service
  • Personalized conversations – Customize images, notifications, font sizes, auto-reply, signatures and more
  • Award Winning Technology – “Best of Show” at CTIA 2013 in Emerging Technology category
  • Location Sharing – Use Glympse® to quickly share your real-time location with others 
  • Content Finder – Easily search through all of your messages

Learn more about Verizon Messages

How to Get It

You can download Verizon Messages through the app store on your device for no charge.*

  • Android devices: Search for Verizon Messages in the Google Play™ Store on your device, and tap INSTALL.
  • Apple devices: Search for Verizon Messages in the Apple App StoreSM on iPhone® or iPad®, and tap Install.

You can also send and receive messages on the web through My Verizon.

*Data download charges may apply.

How to Use It

Open the Verizon Messages app on your device. Then, send and receive messages the same way you would with the text messaging app that originally came on your device.

To sync your messages across multiple devices, always use your primary phone number each time you set up Verizon Messages on a new device.

Important Information

Android is a trademark of Google, Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions. Apple and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. Google and the Google logo are trademarks of Google, Inc.

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Last Modified: November 11, 2013