We’ve worked hard to become
the #1 network. Here’s what that
Rated the best,
by you and the
Year after year, leading independent studies say we're the best and they have the data to back it up.RootMetrics: Rankings based on the RootMetrics® U.S. National RootScore® Report: 2H 2018. Tested with best commercially available smartphones on 4 national mobile networks across all available network types. Your experiences may vary. The RootMetrics award is not an endorsement of Verizon. Visit www.rootmetrics.com for more details.
J.D. Power: Verizon Wireless received the highest score in the J.D. Power 2017 (V1 & V2), 2018 (V1 & V2) & 2019 (V1) U.S. Wireless Network Quality Performance Studies of customers’ satisfaction with their network performance with wireless carriers. Visit jdpower.com/awards
Nielsen: Based on Nielsen Video Network Scores using data collected nationally between 7.1.2018 and 12.31.2018.
in the U.S.
quality in the U.S.
network in the U.S.
We have coverage
where it counts.
98% of the U.S.
Based on 9/15/2018 U.S. Census population
data. Verizon's 4G LTE service is available to
more than 326 million people in the U.S.
Best for a good reason.
There are no shortcuts to being number one. Here’s how our engineers deliver a network you can always rely on.
First to launch 5G Home Internet in Indianapolis, Houston, Los Angeles and Sacramento
First U.S. provider to deploy LTE Advanced in cities nationwide
First to launch XLTE, doubling 4G LTE bandwidth for faster peak speeds and greater capacity thanbefore in cities nationwide
First to launch 4G LTE nationwide
First to introduce 3G and roll it out nationally by 2005
And a future
of firsts, too.
We’re building the first and only 5G Ultra Wideband network. And it goes beyond super-fast speeds for your devices. Think self-driving cars and smart cities. It’s not just going to make things better. It’s going to change what better is and transform the way we live.Learn more