Verizon code for updating towers
Once Verizon completes their evaluation we will proceed per Verizon's revised instructions. This year we are moving away from an in-building only focus to expand the internal audience; the working theme is “Overcoming Operational Challenges.” DAS training classes are being reduced significantly in scope and number to allow for classes focused on operational challenges such as “RF Fundamentals”, “Advanced PIM-Rooftop PIM identification and mitigation”, “PIM/VSWR Training- How to avoid costly analysis errors”, and “Interference Finding and Mitigation.” This is designed to provide a greater impact on our immediate business needs by communicating solutions to known problems in the network.
However, if your phone is 4G and has a SIM card, updating your roaming towers in this way can do more damage than good to your SIM card.As the teams of working people at Verizon stand together, it’s important that we have their backs.If Verizon gets its way, we’re allowing Verizon’s CEO to rewrite the rules in their favor yet again, instead of ensuring that more of our friends and neighbors have jobs that value our families and bolster our communities.If you own a Verizon 4G device, the update of the nearest towers is an automatic process, and you do not need to take any action to keep your phone updated.However, you can manually force an update if you feel the automatic process has failed. I’ve had both services in the past and haven’t really had any complaints about either.
I was looking for a pretty basic plan, nothing too fancy. It’s only been a couple days but I am pretty pleased so far and would recommend my local Verizon store over the local AT&T store.
Today, unions of working people at Verizon announced that they will strike on Wednesday morning if their bosses fail to come to the table to negotiate a mutually beneficial agreement.
More than 39,000 Verizon employees, members of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), are ready to take the streets to demand a fair return on their work.
When Verizon came to the table last year with an eerily similar opening proposal, it was clear that the telecom giant has a long-term agenda to cut jobs that sustain families, decrease its menu of services they offer to many of our communities and offshore and contract out work overseas and to contractors.
Verizon employees’ contracts expired last August, and an overwhelming majority of CWA and IBEW members voted then to authorize a strike in case labor and management fail to reach fair contracts.
During the last round of contract negotiations in 2011, Verizon came to the table with a long list of demands that would have undone decades of hard-earned progress.