By now you’ve probably heard that Verizon has plans to bring more than 10 million mobile phones to customers in the United States in 2017.
Now, it’s not a great time to ask for help.
The company recently announced that it will discontinue its enterprise phones program and instead offer phones for its corporate customers, though it won’t offer phones to its employees.
Verizon has announced that, in 2017, it will offer phones only for its employees at the expense of its customers.
What’s more, it is only now announcing this plan and not saying exactly how many employees will be eligible for the new program.
Verizon employees will now be eligible to receive unlimited calling, text messages and video calls.
They will be able to get unlimited calling to a single Verizon account, but they will be limited to one line.
They won’t get unlimited texting or video calls, either.
The only way for Verizon to make it possible for employees to get their phones will be to offer the phones to all of its employees, Verizon’s general manager for customer service, Amy Osterhaus, told employees in a letter.
Verizon’s decision to limit the program to its corporate employees is the latest example of a corporate strategy to make the mobile phone industry more profitable.
The goal is to ensure that its customers can still get their smartphones, even if the phones themselves cost much more.
Verizon executives said that the company has no plans to add employees to its mobile phone program, which it announced in 2012.
“Our goal is for customers to enjoy the benefits of our devices, including faster speeds, faster data speeds, and a faster connection,” Verizon said in a statement.
“We’ve always done everything we can to ensure our customers can use our devices for whatever they want and we will continue to do so.”
Verizon is the biggest U.S. wireless provider, but its plan is not as aggressive as it would be if the company were to simply expand its corporate phone program.
Instead, Verizon is trying to compete with Apple, which has plans similar to Verizon’s.
Verizon is also attempting to expand its wireless business into the smartphone market, which is expected to grow to $3.5 trillion by 2020, according to the market research firm IDC.
Verizon will make a move into the mobile device market this year, with the company launching its first-ever smartphone this month.
The phone will be called the Pixel.
And while Verizon is taking steps to make its corporate phones program easier for its customers, it isn’t taking the same steps to expand the phone program to all its employees either.
Verizon also announced in a blog post today that it plans to extend the program’s reach into the enterprise, including extending its offer to all employees at its headquarters.