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Verizon Fios: 300/300 Mbps Internet + 6-Months Netflix + $60 Slickdeals Rebate

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Verizon.com is offering their Verizon Fios 300/300 Mbps Internet Plan for $59.99/month + 1-Month Free (after $60 Slickdeals Rebate) + 6-Months of Netflix Premium UHD streaming plan valid for 2-Year New Fios Residential Customers Only (w/ auto pay sign-up). Thanks MW27

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To get the rebate:
  1. You must click through the "See Deal" link and sign-up for the $59.99/month plan
  2. Fill out this rebate form
  3. Your rebate will be processed within 60 days from sign-up
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  • Rebate is valid on sign-ups made from 03/07/2019 - 03/31/2019. Date of rebate form submissions must be 03/07/2019 - 03/31/2019.
  • Offer valid for 6 months of Netflix service on the Netflix Premium UHD streaming plan for $15.99/month (total value of $95.94). Must maintain Fios services in good standing for 31 days after order completion to receive an email from Verizon with a one-time bill credit of $95.94, applicable directly to customer's Netflix account.
  • Refer to the forum thread for additional details and deal discussion. ~SaltyOne

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Sign up for Verizon Fios' $59.99 Plan, Get 6 Months of Netflix + One Month Free with a Slickdeals Cashback Rebate via PayPal ($60 Value).

To get the rebate:
1. Click "See Deal" and sign up for the $59.99 plan.
2. Fill out this form [formstack.com].

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Rebate runs through end of March (3/31/19) *new date*
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Service not available in the majority of the country.
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well, when you consider that +$20/mo of 100 to 300 up-selling is pure profit for them, then yeah, i guess. i have a family of 5 on 100 now, and there's no reason i'd want more speed. streaming does not benefit at all from speeds >50, and to save a few minutes each month while i may download a game or os update, is not worth wasting over $200 a year.

if you use LAN QOS on your router properly (see attached), no single download can hog whatever limited bandwidth your family may share, so i laugh when they show you commercials of dear old Dad having to schedule his family's internet usage due to the low bandwidth they all share - what a bunch of nonsense nod

it's worth noting that most ISP's want us to migrate over to 300 for $60 a month (this was discussed at their trade conf in financial news), so expect a lot of other telco's and cabletv isp who have fiber and docsis3 to upsell hard in the coming year. they can't really justify charging more for old 50-100 tier because their system wide Gig upgrade costs were so much lower than expected.
within two years in markets already getting 1 gig service they may then discontinue cheaper 50-100 service altogether. this is also why most lower speed tiers are month to month not 1-2 year contracts, because they don't want to have to grandfather in a lot of subs once they finally kill off the cheap slow tiers. by then you can always insist to stay at 100, but they'll still charge you $60/mo for it laugh out loud
this is happening because there's little money left in selling commercial based content or phone, and customers hate data caps, so the only way they can increase profits is to eventually force up-sells on you. this is also why a lot of them are getting into the cellular MVNO business, because there they can get away with per gig consumed data and speed cap streaming, then profit from your increasing data consumption and marketing metadata while roaming.
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I know, it's more of an East Coast deal. Here is the availability for your reference: https://www.verizon.com/home/fiosavailability/
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Service not available in the majority of the country.
I know, it's more of an East Coast deal. Here is the availability for your reference: https://www.verizon.com/home/fiosavailability/
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I know, it's more of an East Coast deal. Here is the availability for your reference: https://www.verizon.com/home/fiosavailability/

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Can existing 39.99$ shift to this?
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Can existing 39.99$ shift to this?
Unfortunately this is for new activations only.
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They should add rental free modems to all plans and if this would be 49.99 people will be all over it 😁
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well, when you consider that +$20/mo of 100 to 300 up-selling is pure profit for them, then yeah, i guess. i have a family of 5 on 100 now, and there's no reason i'd want more speed. streaming does not benefit at all from speeds >50, and to save a few minutes each month while i may download a game or os update, is not worth wasting over $200 a year.

if you use LAN QOS on your router properly (see attached), no single download can hog whatever limited bandwidth your family may share, so i laugh when they show you commercials of dear old Dad having to schedule his family's internet usage due to the low bandwidth they all share - what a bunch of nonsense nod

it's worth noting that most ISP's want us to migrate over to 300 for $60 a month (this was discussed at their trade conf in financial news), so expect a lot of other telco's and cabletv isp who have fiber and docsis3 to upsell hard in the coming year. they can't really justify charging more for old 50-100 tier because their system wide Gig upgrade costs were so much lower than expected.
within two years in markets already getting 1 gig service they may then discontinue cheaper 50-100 service altogether. this is also why most lower speed tiers are month to month not 1-2 year contracts, because they don't want to have to grandfather in a lot of subs once they finally kill off the cheap slow tiers. by then you can always insist to stay at 100, but they'll still charge you $60/mo for it laugh out loud
this is happening because there's little money left in selling commercial based content or phone, and customers hate data caps, so the only way they can increase profits is to eventually force up-sells on you. this is also why a lot of them are getting into the cellular MVNO business, because there they can get away with per gig consumed data and speed cap streaming, then profit from your increasing data consumption and marketing metadata while roaming.
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I cut the cord about 4 years ago and went on the Comcast 3 mbs plan for $19.99. Believe it or not I'm totally fine with the speed but it's now up to $44.95. I don't wanna do a contract and haven't called Comcast yet. I live in NE Michigan and can also get At&t. Ideas?
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I cut the cord about 4 years ago and went on the Comcast 3 mbs plan for $19.99. Believe it or not I'm totally fine with the speed but it's now up to $44.95. I don't wanna do a contract and haven't called Comcast yet. I live in NE Michigan and can also get At&t. Ideas?
That's what will continue to happen when one company can own more than 50% of the nation's cable service area, there is no competition for most to get lower pricing.
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well, when you consider that $20/mo of 100 to 300 up-selling is pure profit for them, then yeah, i guess. i have a family of 5 on 100 now, and there's no reason i'd want more speed. streaming does not benefit at all from speeds >50, and to save a few minutes each month while i may download a game or os update, is not worth wasting over $200 a year.

if you use LAN QOS on your router properly, no single download can hog whatever limited bandwidth your family may share, so i laugh when they show you commercials of dear old Dad having to schedule his family's internet usage due to the low bandwidth they all share - what a bunch of nonsense nod

.... honestly some of that depends on what you are doing

20$ a month for 100 is the cheapest I've heard of... even in my area where there is competition with the main provider keeping others down by increasing speeds (at one point "depressingly" we were actually fastest among all providers in the U.S. ... dark times) where I am at right now... don't have much of an option and due to data caps basically have to sit at 250 down in order to just have enough data per month to not go over which i pay 80 a month for
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20$ a month for 100 is the cheapest I've heard of...
that's because it does not exist shake head

up-selling means in addition to,
so whatever the base 100 rate is
they add $20 to up-sell you to 300.

ergo, if you are being offered 300 for 60
your market probably has 100 for 40 now.
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