Now's the time to switch to Verizon Fios. The fiber optic internet service provider has a ton of crazy incentives to get new customers. I mean, just start with the basic plans. You can get a Gigabit internet connection for just $79.99 a month, and there are plans as inexpensive as $39.99 a month if you don't need so much. Not only that, but the $80 a month plan includes a 3-year price guarantee. So even if the plan's price goes up, you're locked in. In addition to that, Verizon won't charge a rental fee for the router for three years, you can get a $250 prepaid Visa gift card, and Verizon's plans come with a full year of Disney+ for free. The offer for the Visa and three years of free router rental ends Nov. 11.
Not sure if you want to add TV to your plan? Include Verizon's TV Test Drive when you sign up. It's a free service, too. It gives you 425 TV channels, Showtime, and Starz for 60 days. After that, you can create a customized TV plan based on the shows you watched and the channels you stuck with the most.
Disney+ is the new streaming service from Disney that plans to compete with the likes of Netflix, Prime Video, and other popular services. And compete it will. The content will include most of Disney's library including all the animated movies you know and love like The Lion King or Aladdin. It also includes Marvel movies like Captain Marvel and content from Pixar and National Geographic. Disney is also coming out with original works like The Mandalorian, a show set in the Star Wars universe. You'll get access to all of this for free for the first year.
We add new devices to our network all the time! New smart home devices like plugs and light bulbs, new gaming consoles, new smartphones, and more. We need more internet, and we need internet that doesn't compromise when it comes to downloads and uploads. I know I do. I'm serious when I say I use Fios and wouldn't switch to another ISP. The availability of fiber optics is always something I look at when I move somewhere new. Go with Verizon Fios so you don't have to worry about your internet speeds again.
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