When you need roadside assistance with your home phone, a new program called Verizon Roadside Assistance may be your ticket

Verizon has just launched a new roadside assistance program called “Verizon Roadhouse,” and it is a great way to use the smartphone as a mobile hotspot for people who want to keep their mobile phone connected to the internet.

Verizon said that the new program is a part of its “Roadhouse” initiative, and that it will offer a variety of service options to help people with wireless problems get connected to their home network.

Verizon says that its Roadhouse service will be available in select markets, and the service will include a variety a roadside assistance options.

Verizon has previously partnered with a number of companies to provide a range of services, including roadside assistance and internet access, to its customers, and it will be interesting to see how the new service will perform.

For the moment, we don’t have much information on what the Roadhouse program is about, but we can see it is an important new service for Verizon.

We reached out to Verizon for comment and will update this post if we hear back.

Verify Wireless also recently announced that it would offer roadside assistance for its customers in some markets.

We reached out and will add that to the list of available services.

Verity Wireless is an AT&T subsidiary, and is based in San Jose, California.