ORLANDO, Fla. -- Verizon Wireless and Bright House Networks today announced they are teaming up in Metro Orlando to offer new and existing customers greater selections, value and convenience in their wireless and entertainment packages.
Qualified customers who are based in Metro Orlando can now purchase packages of Bright House Networks video, Internet and voice services and Verizon Wireless smartphones and tablets from both companies and may be eligible to receive a Visa™ prepaid debit card valued up to $200, depending on the package selected. Customers can choose their combination of services from a range of offers that include video, Internet, home phone and mobile service.
“Our joint marketing with Bright House Networks is created on the foundation that mobility and entertainment are important in the lifestyles of our mutual customer base,” said Pam Tope, Florida region president for Verizon Wireless. “Our mission is to deliver solid wireless and communications products with long-term value to the end user, resulting in an enjoyable all-around experience. Bright House Networks continues to deliver the highest quality entertainment and communications services in Orlando and the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network is the perfect complement to round out the package.”
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