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Verizon FIOS Triple play: 150/150 Mpbs, TV and Phone $79.99/mo no contract. $79.99/mo with $200 visa signup bonus on 2yr contract.

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Verizon FIOS Triple play: 150/150 Mpbs, TV and Phone $79.99/mo no contract. $79.99 with $200 visa signup bonus on 2yr contract.

Maybe NYC area only. YMMV

http://verizon.com/fios/4wv

They even have deals for internet only.

Look like it is for new customer only. I don't see it when I logged into my account.
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yeah time for to look for possibly use other TV providers.

never anything for current customers of course.
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yeah time for to look for possibly use other TV providers.

never anything for current customers of course.
Just like when we called VZW a year ago and threatened to leave, their "solution": was to lower our bill by decreasing our services.
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It's funny i had fios for 2 years, asked them ten times to keep it and they kept saying no. Once I switched back to Cablevision they must have called me 20 times asking me to switch back at a lower rate than I had been asking for to begin with.
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Plus fees, plus taxes, plus router rental, plus at least one STB.
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Plus fees, plus taxes, plus router rental, plus at least one STB.
That's the killer: paying how much a month just for services, and requiring renting a STB just to use the product.

This is the prime reason I taking DirecTVNow for a three month test spin.
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problem is... wife doesn't want to lose the service because we still have the phone with them. can't convince her to just move the phone to a cell. we don't even use the thing. only telemarketers and robotics calls call the house.
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That's the killer: paying how much a month just for services, and requiring renting a STB just to use the product.

This is the prime reason I taking DirecTVNow for a three month test spin.
Yep. The set top requirements are a total bull cash grab. I have been cable TV free for about 10 years now. DirectTV Now is going to be a very appealing offering for a large number of people, especially when it hits Roku boxes.

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problem is... wife doesn't want to lose the service because we still have the phone with them. can't convince her to just move the phone to a cell. we don't even use the thing. only telemarketers and robotics calls call the house.
Move the phone number to an Ooma box with basic service, pays for itself very quickly. Works anywhere with a decent internet connection.
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I remember when Verizon started FiOS what a great bang for the buck it was. Now you can probably add at least $60 in below-the-line junk fees to whatever teaser price you see.
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I remember when Verizon started FiOS what a great bang for the buck it was. Now you can probably add at least $60 in below-the-line junk fees to whatever teaser price you see.
When I called Fios last week, I pointed out that we were the third family in Bergen County to have Fios installed (we signed up for the installation about three minutes after it first went live): zero effect.

When we were living in Manhattan, we had RCN. Now THAT was bang for the buck.
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I remember when Verizon started FiOS what a great bang for the buck it was. Now you can probably add at least $60 in below-the-line junk fees to whatever teaser price you see.
Just wait until Frontier buys the rest of Fios and screws it up like they did in Texas. Spectrum at least is a bit cheaper and meets my needs at the moment.
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That's the killer: paying how much a month just for services, and requiring renting a STB just to use the product.

This is the prime reason I taking DirecTVNow for a three month test spin.
I have TiVo boxes and a Verizon rep I chatted with said they could go into an order for this deal and substitute a cable card for the STB. But I'm not paying for a router now and don't want to be forced to. You can get them (Verizon Gateway) on eBay, but the nickel and diming adds up.

One thing somewhat appealing about this deal is the price is the same without a contact. You just have to ignore the gift card they're using as a carrot.
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I have TiVo boxes and a Verizon rep I chatted with said they could go into an order for this deal and substitute a cable card for the STB. But I'm not paying for a router now and don't want to be forced to. You can get them (Verizon Gateway) on eBay, but the nickel and diming adds up..
Agree that Ebay is the place to grab a Gateway.

But is the cable card all that much cheaper than the STB? When we looked into it years back, the card was at least half the price of the STB.

If you're out of contract, don't suppose there's any way your spouse can sign up for a "new" acct while keeping your current Verizon email address and phone number?
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yeah time for to look for possibly use other TV providers.

never anything for current customers of course.
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Just like when we called VZW a year ago and threatened to leave, their "solution": was to lower our bill by decreasing our services.

farken Verizon. They rape you coming and going. Same thing happened to me. I called and complained about the bill, which was over $200 a month!, and their response was to "offer" me reduced service. Better internet and phone services in Europe cost a quarter to a third of what you pay here.
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farken Verizon. They rape you coming and going. Same thing happened to me. I called and complained about the bill, which was over $200 a month!, and their response was to "offer" me reduced service. Better internet and phone services in Europe cost a quarter to a third of what you pay here.
The old method, if you got shot down the first and second time, was to try calling on another shift. I did that the second to last time we went out of contract, and the rep was so motivates, he somehow gave us a better price than what they were advertising at the time.
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