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5/12/18 - Verizon FIOS 100/100 $39.99 month for a year - no contract - UP TO $500 IN eft fees too

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*depends on location. mine has fios installed but old hw, so I dont qualify... $110 for 50MB/s*


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Early Termination Fee
Offer for new Fios Internet res. customers is non-transferable and has no cash or refund value. Documentation of early termination fee (ETF) for TV, Internet and phone from your prior service provider must be provided w/in 90 days of installation and offer will be fulfilled via bill credit, to your Verizon account, in the amount of the ETF up to $500. You remain solely responsible for paying the ETF to your prior service provider. If you cancel your Verizon service w/in 90 days of installation, the ETF credit will be charged back to your final bill.

Install fee waived too.
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There's no such thing as 100/1000 with FiOS. It's 100/100 per your link.
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There's no such thing as 100/1000 with FiOS. It's 100/100 per your link.

whoops. fixed
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Wish we had availability in Southwest Florida - Charlotte County!
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It's been this price for few months.
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From the fios link that says 100mbps for $39.99, I clicked thru, after I entered my address, it changed to 50mbps. I asked Verizon, they said only 50mbps is available for my address. WTF?

I then asked when will 100mbps be available for my address, the guy said he can't commentFrown
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Verizon is such a pain to deal with. I am moving in a few weeks and they are offering me 2 options. Either cancel my current services and pay a cancellation fee since im in a contract for their internet only package or I can transfer my current services to the new home but it would renew my contract for another 24 months keeping me on my crappy 50/50 plan for $49.99/mo. Not sure what to do. If I pay the $116 cancellation fee it would take 10 months to recoup that money with this new 39.99/mo plan for 100/100.
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My current promo rate ends in July. Can I cancel and re-up with a different name for this deal?
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I just ordered 100/100 FIOS for $40 to replace Xfinity service that jumped in price. Comcast doesn't care and would rather lose a customer than match. I do wish that FIOS had at least one option between 100 and gigabit, though.
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I just ordered 100/100 FIOS for $40 to replace Xfinity service that jumped in price. Comcast doesn't care and would rather lose a customer than match. I do wish that FIOS had at least one option between 100 and gigabit, though.
Where I live they have 150
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I currently have 135 with Spectrum but only 10 up. Hopefully FiOS comes to my area in the future. I pay $65 a month with no other services.
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I don't believe that 100mb for a second. Charter claims it has 67 for me on their speed test, but my Brother has 12 if he's lucky from another provider in the next county over, and his computer is just as fast as mine. we both have I-5 processors, his older than mine.

That number is a complete BS gimmick.
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I have this signed up in March and I get 100mb whenever I do speedtest.
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I just ordered 100/100 FIOS for $40 to replace Xfinity service that jumped in price. Comcast doesn't care and would rather lose a customer than match. I do wish that FIOS had at least one option between 100 and gigabit, though.
How much is the Xfinity price. We pay $61 for the slowest speed.
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