If you’ve been considering switching to Verizon Home Internet, the company just upped the ante for signing up now.
As of October 27, 2022, Verizon is offering new Verizon 5G Home, LTE Home and Fios Internet customers a price guarantee for 10 years.
Basically, what you sign up to pay for now for a new monthly service is the price you’ll still be paying in 2032. This is a limited-time offer, according to Verizon, good until January 2023.
“No one likes when bills go up unexpectedly after a promotional period, so we’re solving that by offering a guaranteed price for home internet for 10 years,” said Matt Coakley, vice president of Marketing Strategy and Segment Planning at Verizon.
If you have Verizon as your mobile carrier or you have other services through them, you can get a significant discount by bundling as well.
2-Gigabit speed coming to NY
Verizon is expanding its Fios 2 Gig plan to all of New York by the end of 2022.
According to Fierce Telecom, Verizon started testing the program in parts of New York City earlier this year.
“Customers taking the $120 per month service will need a 2-gig capable router,” Fierce Telecom reported. “Verizon launched a compatible router alongside the new plan on Tuesday (Feb. 8), with this included for free as part of the service.”
The company also started offering its home and business internet services using 5G Ultra Wideband, in New York City, Jersey City, NJ and Hoboken, NJ.
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Written by:Robin Layton
Editor, Broadband Content
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