Closing thoughts on my time with Verizon Wireless #VZWSM

Android VerizonI can hardly believe it has been six months since I started the journey of being a Verizon Wireless Ambassador! Over these many months, I have grown to love not only the devices I have had the pleasure of trying, but the Verizon Wireless service as well. While in the beginning I thought that I was a total iPhone girl through and through, I ended up learning that I really love Androids. I’m going to miss using them!

While I do love Verizon Wireless enough to stay with their service, we have a current contract that needs to be fulfilled with another provider before we can think about switching. Come the end of the year though, we’ll be giving serious thought to switching.

Hopeline Holiday BadgeFrom discovering fun and useful apps to learning how to use my smartphone to keep organized and be productive, I’ve enjoyed every minute of discovery in the #VZWSM program. The data and service alone are reason enough to use Verizon Wireless, it is lightning fast and makes being mobile so much fun!

I wanted to take a moment to remind you that now is a great time to donate your phones to the Verizon Wireless HopeLine® program.

Many of us may have received a new phone as a holiday gift this year, why not help support Verizon’s fight against domestic violence by donating your old phone? Nearly one in four women, one in seven men, and over 3 million children have been affected by domestic violence. Wireless phones and technology can serve as a vital link to emergency or support services in a time of crisis or as a reliable, safe connection to employers, family and friends as survivors rebuild their lives.


HopeLine® from Verizon puts the nation’s most reliable network to work in the community by turning no-longer used cell phones into support for domestic violence victims and survivors. I do hope you’ll consider supporting this very worthy cause!

Learn How To Get Involved!

Join the mission to end domestic violence:

  • Download the HopeLine app to find tools to help spread awareness of HopeLine’s mission and provide support to victims of domestic violence. Check out our Fact Sheet for more information.
  • Donate a no-longer-used wireless phone to help victims of domestic violence. Learn more.
  • Host a phone drive to benefit victims of domestic violence, while helping the environment. Follow these quick and easy steps to host your own drive.
  • Join Verizon Foundation in their efforts to solve critical social issues, focusing on the use of technology in education and domestic violence prevention.  Find out how you can get involved here.

 

Disclosure: I am participating in the Verizon Wireless Midwest Savvy Moms program and have been provided with a wireless device and six months of service in exchange for my honest opinion about the product.
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Henrietta Newman is a tech loving, video game playing, pr friendly single mom / gramma blogger who talks about life with a teen daughter, an adult son, a toddler granddaughter and all that it entails. Subscribe to A Hen's Nest for giveaways, delicious family recipes, reviews and more!

Comments

  1. I have my iPhone through Verizon Wireless and I am very happy with the service!!

  2. I love the cause, kudos to Verizon for making such a quality effort!

  3. I used to have Verizon, but no longer do. I did absolutely love them though! So happy that you enjoyed your time with this and look forward to seeing what your next venture is in 2013!

  4. I’m an Android girl and cannot wait to get the S3 one day! I have to click over, I have like 5 phones sitting here collecting dust.

  5. Glad you enjoyed your ambassadorship! I use a Windows phone, so I am a little apprehensive to switch to an Android, but my husband loves his!

  6. What a great feature-rich phone!

  7. I really enjoyed the program and getting to try out great new devices.

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