This package provides one charger for your home and one for your car. Charge your USB Type-C device at a faster rate than ever before*. Both the Vehicle Charger and Wall Charger feature Power Delivery and Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 3.0 technology for up to 75 percent faster charging* for compatible devices. Both support USB 2.0 Power Delivery, which maximizes existing USB functionality by providing more power to compatible devices; USB Cable packaged with the Wall Charger supports USB 2.0 data delivery.
Two are better than one
Convenience is key. Now you can keep one charger at home or in the office and another in your vehicle. When you see power is running low, you'll be prepared to recharge your device.
No wrong way to plug it in
Because of its reversible plug, there's no wrong way to attach a USB Type-C connector. Unlike its predecessors, it connects whichever way you try to plug it in… there's no right side up or upside down.
Know that it's charging
The vehicle charger's red ring illuminates to indicate power. The travel charger's red ring illuminates when providing power and turns off when charge is complete.
What is USB Type-C?
USB Type-C is positioned to become a universal standard, replacing and doing all the work of USB connections that came before it. USB Type-C is backward compatible (adapters sold separately and available at Verizon).
How do I know which USB charger or cable to purchase?
Trying to visually determine the correct USB connector may result in error. To ensure the correct USB connector is selected, please consult your device's online or hard copy user manual. If you need a cable to join a USB Type-C device and a non-USB-Type-C peripheral, also determine the port type of the peripheral device. Verizon sells backward compatible USB Type-C cables and chargers separately.
What's in the box
Verizon Vehicle Charger with Power Delivery and Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technology for USB Type-C, Verizon Wall Charger With Power Delivery and Quick Charge 3.0 for USB Type-C.
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