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Verizon Fios in New York City

Verizon Fios offers speeds up to 940 Mbps and covers 8.5% of all of New York State, making it one of the most popular choices in NYC for families, students and residents who work from home. With a mix and match pricing structure, you can finally get all of your individual internet and TV needs fulfilled.

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Verizon Fios services in New York City

Verizon covers 8.5% of New York state overall, with a heavy focus in Brooklyn, Staten Island and The Bronx. New Yorkers have access to Verizon fiber internet, home phone and Fios TV, which has Netflix and YouTube integrated into the channel lineup. 

In the city that never sleeps, Verizon’s super-fast fiber-optic internet speeds up to 940 Mbps make it a popular choice among NYC families, students and residents who work from home. Plus, with Verizon’s no contract Mix and Match options you can pick exactly what features you want in your Verizon plan, without paying for anything you don’t. 

Verizon also regularly offers limited-time internet deals and promotions in NYC, which can be a great way to get extra savings or added value to your Verizon plan.

Verizon Fios plans and pricing

Verizon plans are truly unique because of their Mix and Match pricing structure. With Verizon Fios, you can get a package that includes the services you want, without a lot of unnecessary add-ons. Verizon internet plans in New York City have speeds up to 940 Mbps. Add on a Verizon Fios TV plan with 125+ to 425+ channels to get the complete entertainment package.

Verizon internet pricing in NYC


Verizon TV pricing in NYC


Verizon Mix and Match pricing in NYC

Where is Verizon Fios available in NYC?

Verizon is available virtually throughout all of New York City, including The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island. Some of the biggest areas with Verizon Fios coverage include NYC neighborhoods such as Glendale, Ridgewood, Norwood, Canarsie and Cypress Hills. Top ZIP codes in the NYC Verizon area include 10314, 10456, 10467, 11208, 11220, 11234, 11236, 11368, 11373 and 11385.

Verizon retail store locations in NYC

Visit a Verizon store near you in any New York City borough. In the Verizon stores listed below you can pick up or return a TV set-top box, pay your Verizon bill, order new Verizon services and even see live demos of Fios TV and internet available in your area.

The Bronx:

  • United Telecom, 1546 Crosby Ave., Bronx, NY 10461
  • United Telecom, 125 Westchester Square, Bronx, NY 10461
  • United Telecom, 5909 Riverdale Ave., Bronx, NY 10471

Brooklyn:

  • 3010 Avenue H, Brooklyn, NY 11210
  • 494 Gateway Dr. , Brooklyn NY 11239
  • 515 Fulton St., Brooklyn NY 11201

Manhattan:

  • Wireless One, 2657 Broadway, New York, NY 10025
  • Wireless One, 563 2nd Ave., New York, NY 10016
  • United Telecom, 150 Delancey St., New York, NY 10002

Queens:

  • 93-23 199th St.  A, Queens, NY 11423

Staten Island:

  • Wireless Matrix, 1267 Forest Ave., Staten Island, NY 10302
  • United Telecom, 10 Akron St., Staten Island, NY 10314


Moving and transferring your Verizon Fios service in NYC

If you’re moving within NYC or planning a long-distance move to “The Big Apple,” it’s easy to move your Verizon service to your new home. Here’s how to move your NYC Verizon service to your new location:

  1. Make sure Verizon is available at your new address. 
  2. You must disconnect your current service before activating new Verizon service at a new location. 
  3. Verizon recommends placing the order for your service at your new address at least two weeks ahead of when you need it activated. 
  4. Use the My Fios app to see when your tech is scheduled to arrive.
  5. Reach out to Verizon customer service if you have other questions about your NYC Verizon services. 

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Lisa Iscrupe

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