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ENDS 4/30/19: Verizon.com is offering Verizon Fios 100/100 Mbps Internet Plan for $39.99/month valid for 1-Year to New Fios Residential Customers Only + $50 Visa Prepaid Card. For a limited time, get an additional $40 Slickdeals Rebate via PayPal by following directions below. This is the lowest price for this plan.

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Don't you have to wait a while before signing up again to qualify as a "new customer"?

also, are you using their quantum router? i was using my own and had the same problem as you, but I have little doubt I'd get gigabit with theirs. My router is kinda old
I recently cancelled and signed back up the same day without issue. I did have to wait until the next day for service to be enabled because it seems they're not able to disconnect and reconnect the same address under separate accounts the same day.

I'm only on the 100/100 plan but had better speeds when I used my own router instead of the Quantum. Just make sure you call them and ask to switch your service from MoCa to ethernet. These days I usually get 120/140 speeds on this plan in NYC.
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EARTHLINK EXTREME or 100/100mbps faster?
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service not available in my area Frown oh well.
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I recently cancelled and signed back up the same day without issue. I did have to wait until the next day for service to be enabled because it seems they're not able to disconnect and reconnect the same address under separate accounts the same day.

I'm only on the 100/100 plan but had better speeds when I went I used my router instead of the Quantum. Just make sure you call them and ask to switch your service from MoCa to ethernet. These days I usually get 120/140 speeds on this plan in NYC.
Also, did they charge an installation fee or anything when you signed back up?

I moved a couple years ago and wanted to continue my service at the new place, which was only a short distance away, but they were insisting that I needed to pay an installation fee even though the new place was already wired up and the ONT device was connected in one of the rooms. Fortunately, after multiple calls and a few heated discussions, I was eventually able to convince them that changing a couple settings on their end should not be regarded as an "installation" since it didn't require anyone to come out set to anything up, and more importantly, since I had a contract with them, it was not indicated that a change of address would incur any fee.

However, I can see that a new install fee could be justified by cancelling and restarting the service, even if it all occurs on the same day.

Can anyone who's done this confirm that there was NO charge for a new install or any other BS fee when simply reconnecting with just internet service?
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Also, did they charge an installation fee or anything when you signed back up?

I moved a couple years ago and wanted to continue my service at the new place, which was only a short distance away, but they were insisting that I needed to pay an installation fee even though the new place was already wired up and the ONT device was connected in one of the rooms. Fortunately, after multiple calls and a few heated discussions, I was eventually able to convince them that changing a couple settings on their end should not be regarded as an "installation" since it didn't require anyone to come out set to anything up, and more importantly, since I had a contract with them, it was not indicated that a change of address would incur any fee.

However, I can see that a new install fee could be justified by cancelling and restarting the service, even if it all occurs on the same day.

Can anyone who's done this confirm that there was NO charge for a new install or any other BS fee when simply reconnecting with just internet service?
Between myself and immediate family, 4 households recently switched from cable packages to $40 100/100 internet service. None of us had to pay any additional fees. One of us was able to switch existing plans, while the rest had to cancel and sign up again. It was very straightforward in all cases.
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Good deal. Except SD sells your email to spammers. I filled the rebate form on Thursday, then immediately started receiving 20-30 garbage emails a day.
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Can someone recommend which router to buy if I don't want to rent? I understand you can go straight CAT6 from ONT, but for my case, the ONT is in my garage.
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I did this deal last year with a 2 year price guarantee (iirc) with no contract. The 2 year is not up and I want to cancel to reopen another account for the new customer gigabit service. The Verizon CSR says I have to pay an ETF to cancel since I received the promo.

Is this true? I'm trying to look for my agreement but I was wondering if anyone experienced this.
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I did this deal last year with a 2 year price guarantee (iirc) with no contract. The 2 year is not up and I want to cancel to reopen another account for the new customer gigabit service. The Verizon CSR says I have to pay an ETF to cancel since I received the promo.

Is this true? I'm trying to look for my agreement but I was wondering if anyone experienced this.
Double check to verify that your promo was not contract based. If there was no contract, there is no ETF to pay. Have them send you a copy or proof that your promo was based on a 2 year contract.
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No rental fee for the modem ?
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Double check to verify that your promo was not contract based. If there was no contract, there is no ETF to pay. Have them send you a copy or proof that your promo was based on a 2 year contract.
I called again and this second agent told me I don't have an ETF. Worth noting to anybody cancelling is that they don't prorate your payment for Fios. My billing cycle starts on the 1st of each month. I just paid for a whole month even though I have to cancel it in a few days for the "new service."

During my first call with an agent (Indian accent, outsourced? - maybe those agents' jobs are to make you fork over money?), who said I had an ETF, I asked him for the terms that contractually bound me to pay an ETF. After multiple long holds, he said he found my agreement and will email it to me, but I never received it after spelling out my email to him several times. Then he said he'll text it to me which I also did not receive. After a long silence, he hung up on me. When I called the second time and was speaking with a different agent (american accent), she said thanks for calling back and was prompt in my cancellation request.

Word to the wise, if your not in a contract and you try to cancel and the agent says you have an ETF, hang up and call again.

Also, cancellation of service is done between 2am - 6am on the day of, so a new service can be started on the same day.

Hope my experience/information helps anyone since I couldn't find any prior advice searching through these Fios threads.
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Also, did they charge an installation fee or anything when you signed back up?

I moved a couple years ago and wanted to continue my service at the new place, which was only a short distance away, but they were insisting that I needed to pay an installation fee even though the new place was already wired up and the ONT device was connected in one of the rooms. Fortunately, after multiple calls and a few heated discussions, I was eventually able to convince them that changing a couple settings on their end should not be regarded as an "installation" since it didn't require anyone to come out set to anything up, and more importantly, since I had a contract with them, it was not indicated that a change of address would incur any fee.

However, I can see that a new install fee could be justified by cancelling and restarting the service, even if it all occurs on the same day.

Can anyone who's done this confirm that there was NO charge for a new install or any other BS fee when simply reconnecting with just internet service?
No charge when I canceled and reconnected.
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This rebate is extended to 4/30.
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any recommendations on buying reliable gigabit router if one doesn't want to buy / rent the router from Verizon?
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any recommendations on buying reliable gigabit router if one doesn't want to buy / rent the router from Verizon?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13002436-t-mobile-wi-fi-cellspot-ac1900-gigabit-router-pre-owned-39-99
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