Verizon is rolling out a mobile payment option that could change how people pay their bills.
Verizon announced Monday it would allow consumers to make mobile payments through a smartphone app called Verified Pay that would work with existing phone-based payments, but would not be a new way to pay.
The company said it had already signed up customers for Verified Payments to allow users to pay for everything from gas and groceries to gas and bills.
The move is another move to push more people into the mobile payments space.
Verizon has been pushing the idea of using mobile payments to improve its customer service, but also to boost revenue.
Verizon said the new Verified Payment app will help customers pay for bills and bills pay for them.
“We’re looking to provide a better experience on our customers’ phones, and we’re also looking to make it easier for our customers to pay,” Verizon said in a statement.
The new payment app will be available for iPhones and Android smartphones, and Verizon said it will be “coming to more devices and markets later this year.”
Verified Payments will also be available on the Google Play Store.
Verizon customers who already have the app will get to download it from there.
Verified Pay is available for $3.99 a month and is available through Google Play.
Verizon’s statement said that the app can be used on smartphones that run the Google Pay mobile payment service, including the Pixel phones and Pixel XL smartphones.
Verify Payments will be limited to one transaction per day.
The announcement came a day after Apple launched a new mobile payments service called Apple Pay, which is not compatible with VerifiedPay.
Apple has been looking to expand into mobile payments since the release of its new Apple Pay service last year.
Apple has partnered with credit and debit card companies to allow customers to use their Apple Pay payments to make purchases online and pay for goods and services on its website and app.
Apple Pay was the first service to work with mobile payments.
But Verizon said its mobile payments will be compatible with Apple Pay on all devices.
Verifying Payments could help improve customer service on Verizon’s mobile network.
The network has been plagued by outages, which has hurt customer satisfaction and service.
Verification Payments is the latest in a string of moves to add more mobile payment options to the company’s network.
Verizon announced a new payment option called Visa Plus, which lets customers make mobile purchases at stores like Wal-Mart.
And it also launched a mobile payments app called Square, which allows customers to make payments online and make purchases at online stores.
Verifier Payments is an extension of the mobile payment platform that Verizon started in 2013, called Verifying Payments Plus.
It allows consumers to pay with mobile devices.
The company is also adding a new card that will allow customers who do not already have a mobile app to make and receive mobile payments with their credit cards.
It is called Verification Card, which will be offered through Verizon Wireless.