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Verizon availability and coverage map

Verizon internet is available throughout much of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Most locations will have access to Verizon High-Speed Internet, a DSL service. Select metro areas will be eligible for Verizon Fios Home Internet and Verizon Fios TV, delivered over a 100% fiber-optic network.

Or call us today: (844) 451-2720

Best Verizon Fios internet plans for your home

Best for a smaller household – 300 Mbps

  • Light to moderate activity
  • Streaming in SD via Wi-Fi or HD via wired connection
  • Shopping online

Or call to order: (844) 451-2720

Best for a larger household of 3 to 5 users – 500 Mbps

  • Online gaming
  • Streaming in HD via Wi-Fi
  • Working from home

Or call to order: (844) 451-2720

Best for a smart home of power users – 940 Mbps

  • Simultaneous online gaming
  • Several smart devices powering your home
  • Working and learning from home

Or call to order: (844) 451-2720

How to check if Verizon is available in your area

It’s easy to find out if you are serviceable with Verizon by checking your address for internet service provider options with Allconnect or by checking Verizon’s service map. You can also follow Verizon on Facebook or Twitter to learn when they may expand to your area.

Verizon Fios availability map

Verizon Fios internet availability map

Top service areas where Verizon Fios is available:

Verizon Fios features

When it comes to perks and quality of service, there are plenty of reasons to choose Verizon Fios over other providers in your area including:


Fios Home Internet plans are all about speed. Pick the plan for you depending on your users and connected devices and enjoy faster data transfers than ever. 


Verizon’s 100% fiber-optic network allows for better connectivity, zero latency and an uninterrupted online experience.  

Customer service

Verizon has the highest customer satisfaction scores of any internet provider from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), but it received just a 2/5 for technical support from Consumer Reports.

Other services from Verizon Fios

In select locations, the Verizon 5G Home Internet plan delivers speeds between 300 and 1,000 Mbps, starting at $25/mo. It comes with no data caps or contracts, as well as discounts for bundling your service with your mobile account and more.

Available in 900 cities across the U.S., Verizon 5G Home Internet’s footprint continues to grow. Verizon’s coverage map shows areas where its 5G Home Internet is available.

The most recent cities with 5G Home Internet available are Boston and Springfield, MA; Pittsburgh, PA; Madison, WI; Shreveport, LA; Manchester, NH; Atlanta, GA; Richmond, VA; Scranton and Harrisburg, PA.

Looking to bundle home services with Verizon Fios? Verizon High-Speed DSL internet is also available where fiber optic networks do not extend.

Home phone services are also available to bundle with internet and TV plans. Call now to see what kind of Verizon home services are offered near your region and residence. 

Call for details: (844) 451-2720

Verizon Fios FAQs

How much is Verizon Fios?

Verizon Fios internet plans start at $49.99/mo. for speeds up to 300 Mbps. Fios TV packages start at $70/mo., but your exact pricing and service availability will depend on your location and the plans that best fit your needs.

If you’re located in the Northeast or Mid-Atlantic regions of the U.S., it’s likely that Verizon Fios services are offered in your area. Call to check Verizon Fios availability near you.

Our representatives would be happy to assist you with Verizon Fios availability in your area. No time for a call? Use the ZIP check above to see which providers offer services to your home.

The Fios TV One DVR device is available when you order a Fios TV plan. The whole-home DVR system is Ultra 4K compatible, includes a TV Voice Remote and has Netflix and YouTube channels built-in for quick navigation.

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Taylor Gadsden

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Taylor Gadsden

Writer, Broadband Content

Taylor is a veteran member of the Allconnect content team and has spearheaded a number of projects, including a data piece on the top fiber cities in the U.S. and a troubleshooting guide on how to connect your p… Read more

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Robin Layton

Editor, Broadband Content

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