These two studies provide a great window into Verizon Wireless efforts to offer the best wireless network in the U.S. Should you plan to write about the J.D. Power and Associates study, I wanted to share with you some additional information you may find helpful:
· J.D. Power’s Network Quality Study, Vo. 1, ranked Verizon Wireless tops in all six regions of the U.S., including the North Central region. Click here for J.D. Power study.
· In the RootMetrics study, Verizon Wireless ranked first in the national categories of Overall Performance, Reliability, Data, Call and Text, and in the state-by-state rankings, Verizon Wireless came in tops in Michigan for Overall Performance, Reliability, Data, Call and Speed. Click here for the RootMetrics study results. Some additional background on Verizon Wireless:
· Verizon Wireless introduced its 4G LTE network in Michigan in 2010, and the company continues to build out its network to meet customer demand with new technologies such as AWS.
· Verizon Wireless operates the nation’s largest super-fast 4G LTE network, which is twice the size geographically of any other 4G LTE network in the US.
· Verizon invested $9.4 billion in its wireless network during 2013. Of that amount, $160 million was invested in Michigan in 2013 to ensure customers have the most reliable network available.
If you’d like more information about Verizon Wireless and its network awards, check out this story at the Verizon News Center.