Get the 300/300 Mbps Verizon Fios plan at just $59.99 a month for two years with a $100 prepaid card

Do you watch all your shows on your tablet or your phone? How many devices do you have connected to the internet throughout the day? Do you watch YouTube or Twitch or spend a lot of time uploading content to platforms similar to that? It's time to switch to fiber optics and get internet speeds that stay constant whether you're uploading or downloading, no matter how many people are doing it. Verizon's newest deal includes the 300/300 Mbps internet plan for $59.99 a month guaranteed for two years. Plus, you'll get a $100 prepaid Visa gift card.

That means for two years you won't see any changes to the price of your plan. That's huge. The most annoying part about an internet plan is that one month you look at the bill and realize it has jumped up in price. With a two-year guarantee, you can let Future You worry about that. That's not the only two-year commitment Verizon is willing to make, either. You can get the Triple Play Fios Gigabit Connection (up to 940/880 Mbps), TV Test Drive, and phone service for $79.99 a month for two years. If you switch before June 5, you'll also get a $200 prepaid Visa card.

TV Test Drive is Verizon's service that gives you 425 TV channels, Showtime, and Starz for 60 days. Combine the service with plenty of other Verizon plans. Don't need TV? Just want Gigabit internet? Get the Gigabit connection and a free router for three years for $79.99 through another Verizon offer.

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. That's why I use Fios, and 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.

John Levite
J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.