Verizon Communications

Verizon Communication Inc. is an international telecommunication corporation with headquarters in 1095 of the Americas, NYC. The company was formed in 1983 as Bell Atlantic Corporation, but it later split into seven other companies.

The company provides a wide range of products including cable television, mobile phone, digital television, digital media, internet, landline telephone, telematics, and IPTV. Currently, the company has three main divisions, namely; Verizon Consumer, Verizon Business, and Verizon Media.

In addition, Verizon Communications owns several subsidiaries including skyward, Delaware, Fios, X.O. Communications, and many more located in major states in the U.S. It also has operations across the world, offering numerous products and services in the telecommunication industry.

In 2017, the company became the first publicly traded firm to trade on two major listings in the U.S., that is, NYSE and NASDAQ. Also, it is the second-largest firm in terms of revenue in the telecommunication sector after AT&T. It is currently, traded as NYSE and as a component DJIA and S&P 100 and S&P 500.

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