Introducing Fios TV One

Discover a whole-home TV solution with Verizon Fios TV One.

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What is Verizon Fios TV One?

Fios TV One is the name of the all-in-one TV equipment you’ll receive when you order a Verizon Fios TV plan. Put simply, Fios TV One is a whole-home TV set-top box that is Wi-Fi connected and compatible with 4K Ultra HD content. But that’s not all it does. We’ll explain all the extra features you get with an upgrade to Fios TV One.

What can Fios TV One do for you?

Fios TV One has several new features that you won’t find with other TV provider’s equipment and it’s already available in all of Verizon’s serviceable Fios areas.

If you already have Fios internet and TV, ask about upgrading to Fios TV One to get an even-better at-home TV watching experience.

What if I’m already a Verizon Fios customer?

Existing Fios customers can make the switch to Fios TV One at no increase to their service plan by contacting Verizon customer service. However, a one-time $50 shipping fee may apply.

Some Fios customers reported being able to have this fee waived by getting the equipment shipped to a Verizon Fios store instead of their residence. And, be aware that recorded content stored on your current set-top box does not transfer to new TV equipment.

Features of Fios TV One

If you’re considering switching or upgrading to the Fios TV One whole-home system, you probably want to know how it compares to other TV provider’s DVR features. Here are a few things you won’t find with any other providers:

  • More accurate voice remote technology
  • Record a maximum of up to 12 shows at once
  • Ability to watch 10 different shows on up to 10 TVs simultaneously

Take a look at what else you can do with the new Fios TV One system below.

*Fios offers two DVR service options. Extra monthly charges apply. Enhanced service lets you record up to six shows at once, watch on up to five TVs at once and comes with100 hours of HD storage. Premium service lets you record up to 12 shows at once, watch on up to 10 TVs at once and comes with 200 hours of HD storage.

What’s new with Fios TV One equipment?

Verizon improved on its previous-generation Fios equipment by adding:

  • 4K compatibility
  • Accurate voice-controlled remote 
  • Faster software/user interface (such as menus and switching channels)
  • Alexa integration capabilities
  • Sleeker-looking equipment with a minimalist aesthetic (think fewer buttons and blinking lights)
  • Integrated apps, such as Netflix and YouTube

Fios TV One equipment costs

What costs can you expect to pay with Fios TV One? You will pay for the Fios TV One whole-home DVR, plus extra for any additional Fios TV one minis needed. 

➤ You will need a Fios TV one mini box for each TV that you want to be connected to your whole-home TV system. In other words, the more TVs you have, the more Fios TV One Mini boxes you need to equip your entire household with your brand new Fios TV service.

➤ Verizon charges $12/mo. (each) for the first two set-top boxes, then $6/mo. (each) for boxes three to five. Any additional set-top boxes are no additional charge. Plus, you pay an additional $10 to $20/mo. depending on which level of DVR service you select (enhanced or premium).

➤ As mentioned above, existing Fios TV customers can upgrade to Fios TV One at no increase to their service plan, but additional equipment fees may apply.

Call now to explore Verizon Fios Mix & Match packages and to order your Verizon Fios TV One equipment.

Call for details: (844) 451-2720 (844) 451-2720

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Taylor Gadsden

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Taylor Gadsden

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