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Why are so many people cutting the cord these days? It’s not a trick question, the answer is obvious: they want to save money. Cable rates have outpaced inflation by a large margin over the past two decades, according to the FCC. For a while, there was nothing anyone could do — if you wanted internet and TV service, you had to pay the price. Now that there are alternatives, however, people are seeking them out and taking advantage of them.
Of course, using any of the lower-cost streaming services out there means you still have to pay for internet, but low speeds at cut-rate prices just won’t do if you want a reliable, virtually buffer-free viewing experience. And if you are multitasking on other devices or have a household full of streamers, then you definitely need bandwidth.
What if we told you that there’s a way to get internet service that’s probably three or four times faster than your current service along with a live TV and home phone bundle, on a network with 99.9% reliability, all for less than you’re paying now? What if we told you that you can also get 2 years of HBO or 2 years of multi-room DVR service as well at no extra charge. Well, it just so happens that there’s a new Fios deal that just went live, and it’s exactly what you’ve been dreaming of.
For $79.99 per month you get Fios Gigabit Connection (data speeds up to 940/880 Mbps) as well as a custom TV package and home phone service. On top of that, you can choose between 2 years of HBO or 2 years of multi-room DVR service included, and you can get up to $500 to pay off your current cable contract if you have one!**
Here’s a breakdown, just to ensure that you didn’t miss anything:
- Download speeds up to 940Mbps
- Upload speeds up to 880Mbps
- Custom TV package (choose from seven channel bundles)
- Phone service
- HBO free for 2 years or multi-room DVR service free for 2 years with agreement
- Credit of up to $500 to get out of your contract**
This new deal went live on Sunday, September 17th, and it’s only available for a limited time. Head over to the Fios website to learn more and sign up.
**Must provide documentation and maintain Verizon service for 90 days