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Verizon Customers in 37 California Communities Now Can Get High Speed Internet at up to 7 Megabits per Second


Powerhouse Combination of New Broadband Option and Reliable Verizon Voice Gives Qualified California Residents Great New Alternative to Cable Modem.

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - Consumers in 37 California communities now have a new broadband option from Verizon, as the company introduces an ultra-fast Verizon High Speed Internet service that more than doubles the download speed of its current fastest digital subscriber line (DSL) offering and provides an exciting alternative to cable Internet.

The new Verizon High Speed Internet service offers qualified customers a downstream connection speed of up to 7 megabits per second (Mbps) for as low as $39.99 a month when ordered with an annual service plan. Verizon now offers the new service in some 400 communities across the country.

“Verizon is the way to go for Californians who are looking for a better alternative to high-priced cable broadband,” said Kathy Koelle, Verizon’s general manager for the West region. “Our super-fast broadband provides all the speed you need for everything you do online - and at a reasonable cost. From digital music and streaming video to photo sharing and online gaming, to video conferencing and working from home - it’s faster, easier and more affordable with Verizon High Speed Internet.”

In California, the 7 megabits-per-second broadband service is available in parts of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Banning, Bel Aire, Bell Gardens, Barstow, Camarillo, Carpenteria, Guadalupe, La Habra, La Puente, Laguna Beach, Lake Arrowhead, Lake Sherwood, Lompoc, Los Alamos, Malibu, Muscoy, Novato, Orcutt, Perris, Phelan, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, Reedly, Ridgecrest, Santa Ynez, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, Sepulveda, Solvang, Sun City, Sunland, Sunnymead, Victorville, West Los Angeles and Yermo.

Consumers can get more information about service availability, pricing and features by calling 877-483-5898 or visiting


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