VZAccess Manager 7.6.2 or higher (for Windows) allows Mobile Broadband users (with 4G LTE** devices) to access the Internet on the Verizon 4G LTE network. To learn more, please go to http://www.verizonwireless.com/4g
Complimentary Wi-Fi access to Verizon Wi-Fi locations through VZAccess Manager will be discontinued on June 1, 2013. After June 1, users trying to connect to a Verizon Wi-Fi location will receive an authentication error message. If you are a user of the Pantech UML290, Verizon 4G LTE USB551L, or the LG VL600 USB modems, a new version of VZAccess Manager is available now.
For all other devices supported by VZAccess Manager, please download and run this VZAM Update Utility. The utility will remove the display of Verizon Wi-Fi locations in the Wi-Fi Locations tab. All other VZAccess Manager functionality will remain the same. It is important that you install this utility. To learn more, please visit this FAQ.
Windows 8.1 Update: As of October 21,2013, Windows 8.1 builds for certain supported devices are available for download. All Windows 8.1 builds are backwards compatible, and only Windows 8.1 users are required to upgrade.
Windows XP Support Ended: As of April 8, 2014, Microsoft has ended support and updates for Windows XP. As a result, technical assistance for VZAccess Manager being used on Windows XP computers will no longer be supported by Verizon. Current VZAccess Manager software is still compatible with Windows XP. However, any future releases will NOT support Windows XP. Please check with Microsoft for operating system and/or computer upgrade options.