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What is Verizon location code?

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Verizon, as a carrier, has a pretty good customer support and service availability across its service regions. That said, the carrier also has a lot of local stores to aid customers and sell its products. 

Each one of these stores is known by a location code. In this article, we’re talking about Verizon’s location code, how it is used and how to find it out for your local region. 

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Verizon’s Location Code explained

The Verizon Location Code is a unique code assigned to each physical Verizon store. It comes in handy when tracking pre-orders, filing returns or for insurance claims. 

As soon as you confirm a shipping-related order with Verizon, you’ll be assigned a location code which corresponds to the nearest Verizon store. This helps the company keep track of order location and get the shipping status from the courier company. 

These codes are alphanumeric and usually start with the letters X or N, followed by numbers. 

Finding your Verizon Location Code

If you’ve placed an order or pre-order, you can find the location code on the order confirmation webpage and on the top-right of your order invoice.

Alternatively, you can also log into your Verizon account to retrieve your code. Here’s how. 

  • Step 1: Head over to Verizon’s website and log in with your credentials. Once inside, click My Orders. 
  • Step 2: Click any order to open order details. If you have different orders shipped to different locations, open the order to the corresponding location. 
  • Step 3: Find and click the Order Summary button. You’ll find your location code here. 

Remember that while all Verizon stores have location codes, they’re not necessarily assigned to each order. Additionally, any orders placed via Verizon-authorised retailers will not have a location code.

Location codes also take up to 12 hours to be assigned to any order. This will usually be a separate email, including your order receipt and location code. Be sure to check your spam folder if you don’t see an email from Verizon. 

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Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah is a Computer Science graduate who writes/edits/shoots/codes all things cybersecurity, gaming, and tech hardware. When he's not, he streams himself racing virtual cars. He's been writing and reporting on tech and cybersecurity with websites like Candid.Technology and MakeUseOf since 2018. You can contact him here: