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How many years have you been with your cable company? It might seem like a lifetime considering all the headaches you’ve undoubtedly had to endure. From data speeds that never quite seem to live up to your cable company’s claims, to poor customer service, to TV channel bundles you don’t want and everything in between. You’ve undoubtedly been at your wit’s end for years.
Imagine there was a way to escape the monopolistic clutches of your current cable company. Imagine there was another option that didn’t just offer better service, but service that was also faster and more reliable. Now, imagine you could escape your current cable company’s contract and switch to a new service without getting hit with a huge early termination fee.
It might sound too good to be true, but there’s a simple way to fix almost everything wrong with your current cable service: Stop using cable.
Verizon FIOS isn’t cable. Instead, it’s a cutting-edge fiber optic network that offers blistering data speeds up to 940Mbps down / 880Mbps up, custom TV bundles that won’t charge you for many of the channels you don’t watch, and service reliability that other service providers can only dream of. And the best part is FIOS has a special offer running right now that doesn’t just get you all that and more for $79.99 per month, it also gives you a credit of up to $500 to pay the termination fee your current cable company may charge you to break your contract.
You read that correctly — you’ll get service that’s better in practically every way, and FIOS will pay your contract cancellation fee up to $500.
Let’s break down Verizon FIOS’s current offer. With a two-year agreement, you’ll get the following for $79.99 per month:
- Download speeds up to 940Mbps
- Upload speeds up to 880Mbps
- Custom TV
- Phone service
- HBO for one year
- Multi-room DVR service free for two years
- Credit of up to $500 to get out of your contract
This is a limited-time offer based on availability, so definitely head over to the Verizon FIOS website to learn more and sign up.