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Verizon FiOS Promotion Codes: Deals, Coupon, Offers & Discount, 95 Reviews

Verizon FiOSFind new 2014 August and September 2014 Verizon FiOS promotions and promo code like offers for big FiOS discounts on triple play and double play bundles here to maximize your discount. The staff of CoolComputing has created a table matrix of the newest available special internet bundle prices for Verizon FiOS catering to both the home and business. With it you can easily locate and do a package comparison consisting of Internet, FiOS TV and phone to suit you. Some may even involve a free gift card, with select offers providing a free router, free DVR and premium channels such as HBO, Starz and Showtime. One con is that you may be required to enter a one or two year contract but you may find the savings to be worth it. Also you can view the Verizon DSL Deals & Internet Promotions for non-FiOS double and triple play bundles if you do not have FiOS availability.

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Specially-priced FiOS Double play bundle deal (15 up/5 down, and FiOS TV local channels only) is available when you sign up for the 2 years offer. (TIP: Check out the hot Verizon FiOS Quantum offer as well while you are there).
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Sorry but the double play deal is kinda weak when I looked at what the triple was giving me. Now if they are offering the same gift card like the 3X, I'd likely snap it up.
Worked nicely. Got the 2 year Triple play. IMO deciding between these bundles ultimately boils down to whether or not you want the FiOS phone or the FiOS Quantum. Or if you require the extra speed from the Quantum. For me, I'm completely happy with 15/5, so I'll take the cheaper package which is $25 cheaper. Over 2 years that adds up to $600, and you get the digital phone as well.
It's New Year's Eve and just finished spending the last hour doing research and completing the signup. The special offer discount was ten bucks a month. Also did their offer for Showtime, HBO and Cinemax. The install date coincides with my promotion end date for DISH = another plus. Happy New Year everyone!
Done deal. Verizon FiOS Quantum 50/25 + FiOS Extreme + $200 gift card for less than $110. I'm doubtful that the Black Friday or Cyber Monday FiOS promotion will be better than this. One thing I DIDN'T like is the extra charge if you want the entire home DVR, and additional outlets + boxes cost extra. But had to shell out the $ for them.
triple play offer for us. It's probably Verizon's Labor Day Promotion for FiOS. Price lock is for TWO years, and my broadband speed is 50 down and 20 down. After doing some math, I'm pretty sure this is the best discount because the other ones only lock you in for one year, and presuming price increase of ~$10 a month, that's $120 different. Then the $200 card cinches it. Very happy. Just got an iPad 3 too. I don't think I will have any speed issues with movie streaming now ;-).
Looks like they removed the slow and crappy 3/1 deal and replaced it with the 15/5 for the same price. The 3/1 promotion was DUMB. Who would want to sign up for that crap- I might as well stick with DSL. The FiOS TV local channels package- I suppose it would make sense for someone who doesn't need ESPN and subscribe to Hulu+ and Netflix. I'm doing a thumbs down on this deal and going with the triple play with the $200 gift card instead.
Decided on the 50/25 FiOS Quantum double play bundle promotion. Now I can really maximize my newsgroup and BT bandwidth. I do find it a bit misleading that Verizon advertises that you can download a 1000 super-gig movie in 10 seconds, etc. It's not just your download rate, it's also how fast the provider of your download LETS YOU download.
I was considering Verizon fios as the $39.00 per month DSL plan I have sucks. I'm lucky if I get 1.5 mbps but verizon could care less. Then after being really sick & finding I forgot to pay my bill on time they charged me a 1.5% or $7.00 late fee, which works out to an 18% penalty.!! Once again the upper income individual who can afford a more expensive package pay a lesser late fee than those of us who can barely afford DSL.
We didn't need the phone service so went with this FIOS double play promotion and kept our Ooma VOIP. Eventually I will probably look into the whole-house DVR, but not today. The deal worked as advertised, thank you!
We got the double play package with the FiOS TV LA CONEXION promotion offer. Had to shell out a little extra by the family loves it!
Not sure why they don't have a business triple play. Having access to certain channels such as CNN and CNBC are actually business necessities for our home-based business. For now I suppose we'll be fine with the double play promotional offer and the free stuff.
I was struggling whether to get the fios triple or double play because we right now have the Ooma phone service with Premier. Decided that ok it's been working fine and going with the double play was the verdict.
Ordered this for our home business and got the $200 GC in a little over a month. GREAT service, GREAT deal.
This Verizon FiOS business promo was too good to us to pass up with the big monthly discount and gift card. We were running a T1 but will now be switching to FiOS. I don't mind the two year contract since it's pretty much a price-lock. Hoping now for a seamless transition and installation.
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Hot Verizon Fios Triple Play promotion comes with special monthly discount of impressive total savings over two years when you account for the free activation fee as well. The deal allows you to also can get a free gift card for select packages. In addition, get discounted HBO + Cinemax and a free router offer as well.
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Good deal for me. 15 down + 5 up isn't the bomb any more, but is still plenty fast for me. My friend has the same plan and Netflix 4K streaming worked for him, with occasional buffering, so that convinced me. Also uncertain why anyone would do the non-2y offer since you wouldn't receive the $300 gift card.
Says $79 but it's actually the first year, then the second year converts to $89. Averages to $84, which is not a bad price point historically. The cash card swayed me though, because it's like taking off an extra $25/mo. $84-$25 = $59 before tax. Quite too tempting to resist, lol.
Worked! Got in on this esp. as FIOS is naturally a fit for my Asus 802.11ac; and yes I kept the old firmware haha.
Hot. Pulled trigger. Didn't want to wait until Black Friday. Total after taxes came out to be $103 per month.
Solid offer. In lieu of the VISA cash card I picked the Amazon Gift Card which had the $20 extra in bonus money. I'm a BIG Amazon shopper anyways. Looking to cancel Netflix as I just got in on Amazon Prime. My kids love Dora & Diego, but Netflix doesn't have them anymore. Plus Amazon Instant Video now has 6th season of Curious George which my 2 year old just love. FiOS plus HD streaming from Amazon + GC should be a happy upcoming 2 years for the Duncan family. :-)
What was it because now it's the highest I've seen, although the per-month charge went up by $5. Game of Thrones just finished thus despite the tempting half-off offer for HBO, not gonna add it.
That isn't a good deal. FiOS sucks butt. J/K :-P Nice offer actually as they raised the amount on the gift card vs the other week.
I was going to go for the Double Play promo and saw that it only offered "select" HD. It doesn't even have ESPN, lol. That was the back-breaker. Thumbs down on that crap. This Triple Play FiOS Mother's Day deal was that one we went for. Didn't really need the extra phone line, but come on, I need ESPN.
I guess Verizon really want to push this special triple play offer because the double play FiOS deal just withers compared to this promo. I didn't exactly need the digital voice, but added it because for $10 more I'm getting 333% upgrade in speed plus the free DVR for a year.
LOL dude's wish below came true. Too bad he didn't wait. The offer gives you can get the Hi-Def DVR free for a year and u get QUANTUM.
Got in on this deal for FiOS triple play. Not a Verizon troll but IMVHO this promotion is missing some sort of HD-DVR offer, or at least a discounted rate. The cash card tipped the balance though on my decision process. Re-tweeted.
+1 to this FiOS deal and shared. I do not mind paying just $5 extra for the speed of Quantum internet =)
HOT deal. Looks like they are "giving away" the Quantum speed upgrade for free with the new Triple Play FiOS offer. I was about to sign up last night and saw this. Must be their special Superbowl or Valentine's promotion or something. Tweeted and shared via Facebook.
Which FiOS promotion I ended up with came down to a simple decision: do I want to pay extra for 50/25 but yet lose $100 on the GC value and not have digital voice included. Ultimately it would have been nice to have the extra speed, but 15/5 would be plenty fast for us. Triple Play was the way to go, plus the discount each month was higher in addition to more $ in the GC rebate. Thanks for the useful posts below that helped me make the decision.
Yeah the Spanish FiOS promotions was what we went with as they had some nice discounts. We had DISH but they decided that they won't have the Laker channel, so we were forced to switch. I remember looking at the FiOS offering for last year and it wasn't as hot as this year's Christmas deals, so glad to get in on it.
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Posted by Rick (2½ years ago)

Huge Advantage of FiOS TV vs Time Warner

Hey guys I just want everyone to know about this HUGE plus if you use FiOS TV with Windows Media Center. And this is in addition to the fantastic promotional FiOS deals being offered by Verizon. I have Windows 7 Home Premium along a Ceton USB external 4 tuner. Before when I was using Time Warner, virtually EVERY show (except the ones on channels where you can get with a regular over-the-air antenna such as NBC) was "protected". If you go to your "Recorded TV" folder and add a column called "protected", you will see what I am talking about.

If a show is "protected", this means that if you share the "Recorded TV" folder and try to access the files from another Windows PC, you will get an error message saying that you can only play the file on the computer that recorded the show. BUT- with FiOS TV I've found that there is no such protection, so as long as the connection is fast enough in your home network (I'm lucky enough to use Ethernet between my PC's), you can watch shows in full HD quality from another Windows 7 machine. AWESOME.

Pros:
  • TV shows on FiOS TV are not protected
  • Cons:
  • have to pay extra for cablecards
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    Charlie E. reviewer photoPosted by Charlie E. (5 months ago)

    No-Contract vs 2 Year Commitment

    I was debating which triple play to sign up for. At first I thought the 2 year price lock (with contract) is a better offer, but upon closer inspection, the month-to-month deal also has Quantum speed of 50 megabits. Both are the same price at $89.99, and it seems that the only variance is the $250 pre-paid card. Dividing the value of the GC over 24 months, the discount is $10.41 or so extra. That's good enough for me, as I certainly don't plan on changing provider, especially with Comcast gobbling up Time Warner.

    Now the really sweet deal, the icing on the cake per se, was that you can double-dip with their current wireless offer and save an extra $20 monthly. I already have an iPhone 5S with VZ, so this is quite the perfect stacking promo for me. So taking that into account, the total saving turns out to be approximately $30.41, making my monthly cost (before taxes & fees) to be $59.58. Me like, a lot.

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    3x play
    Pros:
  • cheap
  • Cons:
  • not as good of a deal if you're not a Verizon Wireless Subscriber

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    Harry in Queens, New York reviewer photoPosted by Harry in Queens, New York (2½ years ago)

    Went back to FiOS

    I was a Verizon FiOS customer for 2 years until the promotional pricing stopped. Thankfully I also had Time Warner Cable in my area, so I switched to that. Had it for about a year now. I missed FiOS though. The Road Runner speed wass pretty comparable at 20 megabit down, but the cable TV was just not as good as the FiOS offering. So the other day I jumped back on the FiOS bandwagon with their double play coupon discount. I suppose in two years I will have to switch away again, but hey that's the luxury I have having two providers competing against each other here.

    Pros:
  • best TV service
  • fastest internet
  • Cons:
  • dents your fiances if you are not in the promotional pricing period
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    Posted by Mark aka YankeeFan3 (3 years ago)

    Verizon FiOS 15/5 Speedtest Result

    We just had the Verizon FiOS 15/5 Triple play installed. Pretty happy since the speedtest is showing that my up and downstreams are around 6 and 19, respectively. Running it one last time indicates these numbers:

    Download - 19.08 Mb/s

    Upload - 6.75 Mb/s

    Ping - 25 ms

    Boom, boom, boom!

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    Dave reviewer photoPosted by Dave (1½ year ago)

    Analysis: Google Fiber vs Verizon FiOS

    I live in Austin and decided to do a comparison analysis Verizon FiOS versus Google Fiber which is coming to the area next year.

    So the current Triple Play FiOS deal is $80 for the first year, then $90 for the second year, averaging to $85. Then you take the cashback and divide it by 24, and according to calculations, the average monthly paid is $80.82. The special FIOS DVR offer makes this deal above average. Google Fiber with TV (no phone) costs $120 a month, so over 2 years with FiOS the saving comes out to be $470.16. Google Fiber does give you nice freebies like a free tablet and the DVR is free for the 24 months.

    Privacy-wise, FiOS wins hands down as Google Fiber is pretty much a data-collection honey pot for Google.

    As for speed, Google Fiber crushes FiOS Quantum with (up to) 1000 Mbps up and down, which as Quantum tops out at 50 Mbps down and 25 up. The crazy thing with Google Fiber is that the internet connection is likely faster than even what the fastest home wireless connection (Wi-fi) can deliver, so you are still capped at the speed of your home network.

    As for TV, FiOS has the edge with its more mature lineup with probably none of your favorite channels missing. Although the Google TV DVR has an advantage of being able to record up to 8 shows at the same time. The FiOS DVR is by no means a technological slouch, however.

    In conclusion- both are terrific services. If you can purchase either one, consider yourself one of the lucky few.

    Pros:
  • FiOS is cheaper
  • TV experience is more mature
  • FiOS is much more available than Google Fiber
  • Cons:
  • Google fiber is faster
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    Posted by Thomas Anderson (2½ years ago)

    Hot Promotional Packages Analysis

    I was trying to determine the Triple Play FiOS Package to get as there are two HOT ones to choose from. On one hand, there's the "regular" one that comes with $300 money card, then there is the "ultimate" package that comes with 35/35 broadband plus the best FiOS TV lineup. And that comes with a $500 card instead. But, it is $30 a month higher. Ultimately, after comparing the two promotions I selected the "super" package. It costs pretty much only $1 extra a day, and I am getting $200 more in promotional $. So yeah, if you are thinking about this too, ask yourself is a buck extra a day worth the way faster speed and the extra channels. Personally what really swayed me was that NBA TV and the NFL Network are included with the the more expensive package.

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    Grandpa Joe reviewer photoPosted by Grandpa Joe (1½ year ago)

    Very neat service

    Recently we moved to a NY apartment and noticed that Fios is available here. Not being very tech-savvy we had the idea that maybe we didn't "need" something very premium. But then saw all the promotions and heard other good reviews so we had it installed. Price was surprisingly reasonable. Installer was punctual and friendly- a breath of fresh air. And I'm telling ya, the TV service is simply "space age" which is the best way I can characterize it. The full HD on our 50 inch Samsung TV was a thing of beauty. It has so many features and channels even my son-in-law was excited when he came to visit. I did have an issue with the Golf Channel being a bit fuzzy the other day, but otherwise has been very stable.

    Internet speed-wise websites load in 3 seconds or less usually. Hulu in HD looked great, too.

    Just my 2 cents and I commend Verizon for this high-tech service.

    Pros:
  • clear TV picture
  • so many channels
  • speedy web browsing
  • Cons:
  • Golf Channel was fuzzy
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    Posted by Chuy (12 months ago)

    FiOS Internet Super Speed

    We determined that we needed more bandwidth as we are streaming ultra HD from Netflix so we had to upgrade our Internet. The solution was to get FiOS! We ended up ordering the 50/25 speed. We have DirecTV so this is just a review of the FiOS internet.

    It's crazy how many tablets and phones we have. I mean we just got the new Google Nexus 7 2013 running Android 4.3. My teenage son uses the Galaxy Note 8, and believe me we'll be upgrading to the iPhone 5S when that comes out (can't wait to use iOS7). I did a bandwidth measurement on my router and it showed that we gobbled up 23 gigs of data yesterday. But I didn't notice any packet loss or speed degradation even with all that data crossing through the pipe.

    At the Speakeasy Speedtest site I get 51.03 Mbps down and 23.09 up using the Washington DC location at 6PM, which I imagine is a peak traffic hour. Very impressed and happy.

    P.S. I do have a tip if you want to spread the full speed around a large home, because even with our Linksys 802.11 AC router (used just as an access point), we can't get the full speed at our kitchen AIO PC. So I bought a powerline networking kit by Netgear (the AV500 version), and my tests show ~58 Mbps, so there problem solved.

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    Pros:
  • damn it's fast
  • Cons:
  • not the cheapest
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    Steve Price reviewer photoPosted by Steve Price (2 years ago)

    Good Service and Deal

    We cancelled FIOS a couple years back because our super-deal pricing was no more after the contract ended. We switched to Comcast Xfinity and was terrible annoyed by their stupid data cap on broadband. They've removed the download limit earlier in the year but since eventually they will go back to it in the form of a tiered plan, we switched back to FiOS two weeks ago after seeing the superb promotional offer on the Triple Play. And the cool thing was that it gave us the deal even though we were former customers. The gift card is just monstrous; I mean I didn't even see a GC offer anywhere close to this a couple years ago when we signed up with Verizon originally. FIOS FTW!

    Pros:
  • There isn't any FIOS data download cap/limit
  • Cons:
  • Special promotional pricing ends after 24 months
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    Posted by Jake Squires (2½ years ago)

    FiOS Gift Card Deal Worked in New York

    Just a heads up about higher tier Verizon FiOS promotional offer for triple play. It is better to get the package with the 2-year contract plus the gift card. I got a [dollar value removed] gift card which was an offer that was better than the [dollar value removed] one for the faster speed. This offer beats any of the non-contract deals I've ran across.

    Oh and I'm shocked at how I can download a couple movies at a time plus play Battlefield 3 without lag. That would never had been possible before.

    Pros:
  • fastest internet
  • cool TV service
  • Cons:
  • digital voice package isn't all that
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    Debra reviewer photoPosted by Debra (2½ years ago)

    FiOS Payment Option Suggestion

    I've used Verizon FiOS for a couple months now after signing up for their triple play offer a couple months back. Got the debit card as advertised in the promotion too. Service has been fairly smooth so far and I haven't had to contact customer service. But I wish they would take Discover Card! I also have wireless service with them and I can pay using my Discover More card with it. I'm trying to reach my cashback threshold by next month for a gift card, and it's just a tad frustrating that a big company such as Verizon doesn't take Discover for FiOS! So I'm knocking a point from my rating. Otherwise it's been working just dandy!

    Pros:
  • good TV quality
  • web browsing is very quick to download images
  • Cons:
  • does not take Discover Card as a form of payment!
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    Posted by Jake Phills (2½ years ago)

    Fios Speed Test

    Subscribed to Fios internet a couple months ago for $89.99 Verizon triple play promotional package. Just wanted to share my result obtained from Speedtest.net. I am located near Dallas, Texas.

    Ping was 26 ms

    Download Speed was 29.32 Mbps

    Upload Speed as 19.61 Mbps

    Modern Warfare 3 runs without any noticeable lag.

    Pros:
  • screaming fast
  • Cons:
  • rare but internet sometimes disconnects and need to reset modem to work again
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    Mehmet A. reviewer photoPosted by Mehmet A. (2½ years ago)

    FiOS Promotional Package for Triple Play

    Triple Play all the way. Got the "high-end" package with their fastest broadband, HD Ultimate + FiOS Voice (no limit on minutes) plus the $500 gift card. Used the promo code given to get two free years of DVR also. This includes a discount of $40 off my monthly fee for the contract period as well. Total monthly is about $189 after tax. I did pay extra for another HD set-top box. I may take them up on their current HBO/Showtime offer later, but not for now.

    Pros:
  • Nice offer overall
  • Cons:
  • the costs can add up
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    Posted by Oliver K. (2½ years ago)

    Just placed order

    So after ordering the double play FiOS package using the promotional code link, am I excited to have it installed on our condo or what. I live in Seattle and am so tired of stupid DISH network. I had tried to convince C.S. to extend me the signup promo but they think they called my bluff. That will be replaced by my FiOS TV package which has positive things I've read about. Also proceeded to take advantage of the HBO/Cinemax offer. Heard that HBO Go is very slick, so am looking forward to getting that too.

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    Posted by Craig (2½ years ago)

    The FIOS deal I went for

    My prediction is that the Verizon FiOS set-top box is NOT going to be a free upgrade, at least without you shelling out extra $ to get an additional service such as phone, and that likely will require a Verizon promotion code to obtain. So I actually just got a double play for room for one more service upgrade with the assumption that I will be able to get their upcoming media server at a discount or free.

    Craig Johnson, Rhode Island

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    Posted by D. B. from New Jersey (3 years ago)

    FIOS Vastly Superior than TWC

    We just moved and our family decided to go for the FIOS triple play so kudos for the deal posted here though I did not need to enter any sort of promotion code. I had tried calling and this online promo is superior lacking a signup-fee.

    So far so good. I'm just glad we didn't have to deal with the awful TWC again who kept raising our bundle prices. The technology difference is easily very obvious. TWC feels 90'ish compared to what I'm getting with Verizon FIOS.

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    Posted by tiron Buckner (4 years ago)

    I wish HBO was in the packages. It just brings the prices way up. The reason I left Comcast was that they would charge a month in advance and late charges killed me. i did not appreciate my bill being different every month, despite me doing nothing differently.

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    Posted by Jeanne Patton (4½ years ago)

    It is impossible to get resolution for problems with the FIOS installation. I spent two and a half hours on the phone today (my second call) and spoke with William, Logan, Carlos, Jim, and Mark (supervisor) in tech support, and with Tommy, Laura, Angela, and Robin (supervisor) in billing. After all that, nothing was resolved.

    (order #*****5649) Washington

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    Posted by Mark (4½ years ago)

    The service is fantastic. The equipment is the only draw back. The DVR offered gives you 20 hrs of HD-(19 sometimes) you can't watch a show while recording two others. I can not belive with the way DVR's have been evolving that Verizon can not and will not upgrade their DVR equipment after 3 yrs. If I had an option to get AT&T Uverse I would jump.

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    Gene reviewer photoPosted by Gene (2½ years ago)

    Happy with Upgrade

    I had Verizon DSL with DirecTV. Speed was ok but no great, and the DirecTV would once in a while be searching for signal especially when there is a heavy weather event. Upgraded to FiOS recently and thanks to the active coupon promotion I'm only paying about $10 more a month. No more signal issues, and the internet speed is blazing. Just have to get used to the FiOS DVR though. Oh, and BTW, GO GIANTS!!!

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  • better TV
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    Posted by Kelly Chin (2½ years ago)

    Fios vs U-Verse

    I own AT&T U-Verse and am wondering how my services compare to fiber optic services such as Verizon Fios. I bet that Fios doesn't have the wireless TV capability that AT&T just announced, nor can it match the DVR and prices of U-Verse. FiOS seem to coming with decent promotional discounts and gift cards, but so does U-Verse. I was talking to a neighbor and he got an offer for $300 gift card from AT&T. What's your take?

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    Posted by william (2½ years ago)

    promo code for fios/wireless package

    ok, so i'm a loyal user of verizon after the iphone was offered. now the time comes to upgrade to verizon fios, so i went around several sites looking a promo offer that combine the two. problem is i already use the obi110 in conjunction with google voice for free phone service, so i didn't want to jump into the triple play deal even though the promotion is quite amazing. but after doing some math i ended up using the promotion code for fios double play and staying with my cheap voice setup.

    order #.....931

    Pros:
  • good deals for 3x play
  • Cons:
  • promotion code for double play compares not as well versus triple
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    Posted by Doug (3½ years ago)

    Had to jump on one of the Verizon FIOS deals before they expire and the wife convinces me not to get it, heheh. Heck even she is liking it. Because the uplink speed is so fast and I do some work from home via SSH, many times when she is uploading pics for one of the photo gallery services out there I have to tell her to stop. But now the FIOS upload speed has made such a huge difference I don't have to tell her to pause anything. I totally recommend Verizon FIOS especially if you are working out of a home office.

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    Posted by savon (4 years ago)

    tv guide is too cluttered and difficult to read. DVR'd shows freeze, audio goes in and out or are just impossible to play in bedrooms. numbers on remote are still not easy to hit without looking. I did not realize how good Directtv and Comcast were until i made the poor decision to change to Verizon/frontier

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    Posted by Meyers Family (5 years ago)

    After hearing good things from our neighbor, we went with Verizon's Triple Play package with has FIOS internet with phone and TV. The DVR is pretty easy to use but the menus gets some used to. Also personally I'm wishing for more HD channels, but I'm sure that's coming. I haven't noticed anything "better" quality wise with the phone quality. They should make some kind of feature where you can block specific telemarketer numbers.

    The one big difference we've noticed with our Internet speed is how fast our pics as posted and shared online. For now we're pretty happy the service.

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    Posted by Josh Draper (2½ years ago)

    Which FiOS Promotion Code, Double Play or Triple?

    I'm needing some advice on which is the best Verizon FiOS service have installed. Should I cancel my current phone and high speed contract (one year) to get the promo for Triple Play for the FiOS service, or just go for the promotion for Double Play that doesn't include a gift card? I'm hoping the current promotional code offer is not going to expire before January because they're some really hot offers. Thanks for any input in advance!

    Pros:
  • triple play promotional deal also comes with $500 gift card with complimentary online sign-up
  • Cons:
  • double play promotion doesn't give me an offer on GC
  • might have to pay contract termination fee for my existing service
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    Posted by Jackson Yip (2½ years ago)

    Verizon FiOS TVBe Promotion Code, Anyone

    We switched from Comcrap and was wondering if anyone has a promotion code for a discount on TVBe for our FiOS TV service. $5 off would be really cool. Oh and by the way, if you are looking for a wireless dongle for your computer, DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT buy the Airlink101 AWLL6075. It was on sale at Amazon and I bought it for the bedroom all-in-one PC. HUGE mistake. The FiOS connection kept getting disconnected every 15 minutes or so. What a headache just in trying to figure it out.

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    Nicholas Kang reviewer photoPosted by Nicholas Kang (2½ years ago)

    Verizon FiOS Promotions > TWC Promos

    Was I happy to see that FiOS is finally available in my area. The promotions that Verizon are running kick butt. I mean I called Time Warner customer service to try and get better rate on the threat that I'm going to switch to Verizon FiOS. They offered me $10 off a month for two years contract. Heck no man. They called my bluff so I started to look to see what new customer promotions that Verizon is running. Went with their "big time" package which includes 25 up and 25 down super fast internet, their Extreme TV service, plus a physical landline service for less than $120 a month PLUS a gift card. Cheaper, way faster speed than TWC, more channels, and not some crappy VOIP line.

    The only drawback of the switch thus far was not being able to port my # over. That and the 5+ hour it took to install. I also did some research that the DVR box they gave me is not the newest version so I'll be bringing it to the Verizon depot to swap it out.

    Otherwise FiOS has been working like a charm and I'm already convincing my brother-in-law to ditch TWC as well.

    Pros:
  • FiOS is cheaper than cable for better service quality
  • Cons:
  • lengthy installation
  • didn't get newest-gen box
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    Posted by Xavier (2½ years ago)

    FIOS Existing Customer Promo Code

    I scoured the net for a promotion code trying to lower my monthly Verizon FIOS bill to anywhere close to the triple play offer. So finally I decided to cancel the service and get Comcast instead as they had an attractive promo themselves here in Pennsylvania. After a couple months we just could hardly stand it. After being spoiled by all the FIOS features the offerings by Comcast are second-rate. There is no mutliple-room STB DVR and the video quality stutters/deteriorates here and there if someone is using the phone.

    So cancelled Comcast and went back to FIOS without any problem qualifying for the 2 year contract promotion for triple play. And yes I did re-upgrade to the mutliple-room DVR. It's a precious, amazing piece of technology.

    Pros:
  • multi-room DVR
  • high-tech service and set top box STB code video quality
  • AMEX card promo
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    Posted by Dave (3 years ago)

    Verizon FiOS Benchmark Speed Test

    I got the Verizon FiOS ultimate 35/35 package and my speed test benchmark results is as such:

    Download: 41.39 Mb/s

    Upload: 33.47 Mb/s

    Ping: 6 ms

    It looks like the download is above advertised while upload is not quite 35 Mbs. Still however a happy camper is me :-P

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    Gerald Perkins reviewer photoPosted by Gerald Perkins (2½ years ago)

    My Discounted FiOS Deal and Dream TV Setup Plan

    I took a look and it appears that the current FiOS deal for Triple Play is ending in the next 10 days. I didn't want to lose the existing discount so signed up. Got the $250 prepaid gift card offer (says that I won't receive it until like 3 months after the tech comes to setup everything). I did not go for the multiroom DVR as I rather have that GC promotion instead. My friend who caved in on a FiOS promotion last year had been using a InfiniTV USB 4 tuner card, and I just ordered one and he's going to be helping me set it up for my goal of FiOS TV multiroom distribution. So I tacked on a cablecard for $3/month fee from Verizon. Oh and had to order the Actiontec HME2200-02K (2 of them for a total of 4 MOCA adapters). Overall a very good deal I must say!

    Pros:
  • cheap price for the quality/specs of service provided
  • Cons:
  • waiting for the installation
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    That's pretty cool, but I think my FiOS deal is better. I got the Extreme HD, 50/25 Quantum, digital voice, a multi-room DVR and an extra HD set-top box. The price after the $5 off Verizon FiOS promotion code was $114.99 monthly before tax. I did research and apparently I DO NOT need to buy Moca adapters since I'm using the Verizon whole-house DVR + set-top boxes. Bang, zoom!

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    Victor M. reviewer photoPosted by Victor M. (2 years ago)

    Looking forward to Verizon FiOS with iPhone 5 and iPad Mini

    I got my new iPad (aka iPad 3) about 2 weeks ago and it's been a very happy purchase after using a $100 off coupon promotion. We have Verizon FiOS in our household and the FiOS app for iOS is pretty cool. We're able to control and setup recordings on our FiOS DVR. In fact the other day I was in the backyard chilling out with the iPad and then thought oh crap I forgot to record the Red Sox game. Went to the app and boom took care of it in a few "clicks". I have also pre-ordered the iPhone 5, so this is going to be really convenient when I'm out on a call and need to add a recording.

    Their Spotlight Magazine app isn't all that though. It takes a little long to load, and it's not the download performance, lol.

    I can't wait for the iPad Mini to come out. It's kind of annoying how the 16 gigs fill up very quickly with all the apps I've downloaded. And yes, the fast download speed from FiOS contributed to that. So it'd be nice to get the iPad Mini to offload the storage, and also to have a form factor where you can hold with one hand without getting tired for an extended period of time.

    Pros:
  • nice FiOS app for iOS
  • love the DVR
  • Cons:
  • Verizon FiOS costs more than Comcast
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    Davis P. reviewer photoPosted by Davis P. (2½ years ago)

    Promotion code for DVR or Another Set-Top Box?

    I'm curious how some people were mentioning they got a Verizon Fios Promo Code for the HD DVR for life, ore even one for an extra STB for free. The code certainly would save me the $10 price I'm seeing for the second box. I checked and the offer appear not to exist. Perhaps it is only regional as I am at Long Island.

    Reading some of the posts here I just want to mention that BTW I did hear of a "secret" way of getting a promotion for existing customers. Instead of your name on the account, use another name living in the house such as your wife/husband or anyone else over 18. That should get you the new customer pricing and gift card perk for existing customers who cancel and sign-up again shortly after.

    Pros:
  • superior offer when it comes to the triple play fios deal
  • Cons:
  • no freebie DVR or second STB for my area
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    Zack B. reviewer photoPosted by Zack B. (2½ years ago)

    My FiOS Speedtest Result

    Last month we signed up for Verizon Fios applying the promotion for Triple Play. What we had (DSL) is like the Stone Age compared to the download/upload speed and ping response time we're seeing now.

    Drool at these numbers (we live in Clifton, New Jersey):

    Download Speed: 23.77 Mbs

    Upload Speed: 20.15 Mbs

    Ping : 15 millisecond

    Pros:
  • Fast going both ways
  • Cons:
  • honestly can't think of any; it's not free I guess
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    Posted by Bernard McDougal (2½ years ago)

    Missing channels?

    What is up with Verizon having all these disputes with local channels lately? I did the Triple Play Fios package promotional offer lately and has been seeing all these squabble. I'm glad now to see that the channels seem to be all back in order, including the Tennis Channel. I had DirecTV before and didn't have this channel problem the two years I was with them. The FiOS promotion code tempted me to switch, and I'm crossing my fingers that none of this channel B.S. will happen again.

    Pros:
  • good quality and speed
  • Cons:
  • dispute with some local channels
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    Stan reviewer photoPosted by Stan (2½ years ago)

    FiOS Extreme HD Deal

    Just ordered my own customized FiOS Triple Play with Extreme HD, 25 Mbs upstream and 25 down, along with Showtime, all for less than $150/monthly. The pre-paid Visa $300 card was also included in the deal. I had been with Comcast and back last month got the SiliconDust HD HomeRun Prime with triple tuners. The cable card was actually complimentary from Comcast, but it seems that Verizon will charge for it. No problem as I'm willing to pay a few bucks extra to be able to record 3 shows at once.

    Pros:
  • heck of a deal on FiOS
  • Cons:
  • charges me for cable card
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    2 out of 2 people said 'YES'

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    Posted by Ray Grahm (2½ years ago)

    Verizon FiOS Flex View and VOD Promotion Code?

    Just wondering if anyone has a promotion code to use with the FiOS TV VOD/Flex View. Would love to watch some free movies. I got in on the FiOS Triple Play deal recently with the three hundred dollar cash card. I've setup a wireless bathroom TV that would be perfect for those streaming videos, just wish there's a discount or some free movies :P.

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    Posted by Jonas (2½ years ago)

    Switching Freedom Essentials to FiOS Digital Voice

    In an effort to boost productivity of our home small office, we decided to go for the current promotional offer for Verizon FIOS Triple play. I did have a concern since we take about 10-15 business phone calls a day that our current voice service (Freedom Essentials) may be a step-down in quality. After some research it turned out it seems not to be the case. The FIOS digital voice line actually has more features and is cheaper. Reliability seems to be good, so we jumped at it. The 25/25 is the speed we went for. Delicious deal considering the gift cards.

    Jonas from New Hamshire

    Pros:
  • faster internet speed
  • better phone service at cheaper price
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    Posted by Lee Jung Kang (2½ years ago)

    Verizon Fios Media Server Promotion Code

    I'm looking forward to a promotion code that will apply to the upcoming Media Server that Verizon is currently developing for its FiOS TV service. It's going to be a fantastic supplement to my current Triple Play service (still on my 24 month promo pricing, BTW) being able to zip video to my iPad and to wireless PC in the kitchen that has a TV tuner. I will applaud Verizon if they give existing customers a discount for such an upgrade.

    Pros:
  • integrated solution
  • Cons:
  • I'm sure it costs extra unless you're a new customer and it's in a bundle for Triple Play
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    The FiOS set-top box media server is not slated to appear until end of next year, so any possible promotional code for it will take awhile to be released. It does sound exciting. I hope they suppose Android and Windows 7 (and Windows 8, since it'd probably out by then). I'm on my PC for hours a day and watching Verizon FiOS TV on my computer would so cool, but at the cost of productivity :-P.

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    Posted by Brad in SB (3½ years ago)

    I would like to get the opinion of anyone who has used FiOS from Verizon. Do they offer newsgroups access? Time Warner used to provide newsgroups but deactivated it around 2 years ago. Also with the Verizon DVR... how is it compared to the Scientific Atlanta Explorer 8300 DVR? Appreciate any input.

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    Posted by Julius (4 years ago)

    There was a Verizon FIOS promotion in our area so we went and switched from Cable Vision to Verizon FIOS last weekend. Thus far I am stoked about it. The FIOS internet speed is blisteringly fast. I can upload a youtube video and download files plus play games with no lag. The FIOS TV service is way better than what I had with Cable Vision. The FIOS DVR has way more features and is very responsive. I also have the Tivo HD which works with the cable cards from Verizon. The picture quality is good, I mean I can't remember any difference from Cable Vision here. I highly recommend FIOS if there is availability in your locale!

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    Posted by Bryan (4½ years ago)

    After using the Verizon FiOS TV service for a few months now I must say I'm pretty impressed. The DVR isn't exactly as advanced as the Tivo I tried out at cousin's apartment, but you get a lot of other features. I can check my facebook using it. I can even log in at work and watch the FiOS TV shows online. Also they just released a Google Android app called "Verizon FiOS Mobile". It's supposed to let you schedule your FiOS DVR recordings from your DROID phone like the Motorola or the Google Nexus One. I have an iPhone so apparently I cannot use it but hopefully they will make an iPhone app too. The Fios internet is ultra fast but overall I'm more impressed with the TV service.

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    Ryan reviewer photoPosted by Ryan (2½ years ago)

    Promo Code for Verizon FiOS DVR Expander

    Used the "WD CARES" promotion code and got a nice discount on the Western Digital 1 Terabyte expansion drive for my FiOS DVR. Too bad there was no code for free shipping though ($4 extra). Total was less than $100 which was a boss deal. This little box added over a hundred hours of recording time for HDTV shows. I travel here and there, sometime over a week at a time, and this is going to be great so I don't miss any Knicks games now.

    Pros:
  • I can record over 100 hours now of HDTV shows
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    I got so sick of Time Warner when I couldn't watch Knicks games and Linsanity. That was the last straw- switching today to Verizon FiOS before the promo expires.
    This Promotion Code is actually for the Western Digital store. Too bad the deal seems to have expired. It would have been an awesome compliment to the FIOS DVR I got from the triple play deal last month!

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    Posted by Takeshi (2½ years ago)

    FiOS Promotion Code for New York?

    I'm curious if there are region-specific Verizon FiOS PROMOTION CODES, for instance New York? I live in Brooklyn and thought maybe a better offer exists only for certain states. I couldn't find a code for that though, but the Gift Card codes seem to be working for everyone, therefore I'm going to do the Triple Play before the promo expiration in a couple days.

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    Posted by Shawn Banks, Irvine California (2½ years ago)

    2012 Promotion Code

    I was talking to my dad about getting Verizon FiOS and he says we have to wait until early January 2012. Took a look and the promotion codes don't expire until January 7 so I'm praying VZ doesn't pull the current offers before then. I've been monitoring these deals and I think they started during Cyber Monday. And after hearing that they're not going to expand FiOS into new territories any more and instead forging alliances with cable, I'm a little scared that the promo code deals will run dry. So Dad better keep the promise, ha.

    Pros:
  • Best offers ever right now
  • Cons:
  • Verizon has stopped expanding FiOS
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    Posted by Bobby Lang (3 years ago)

    I Switched

    Good deal. The service we currently have (Comcast) refused to match the Verizon Fios triple play promo. I became pissed and what was supposed to be a bluff was not any more. So with our new Fios service the price is below $80. The Verizon package includes of course the triple play and a cable card for the Tivo Premiere. Works beautifully for less money.

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    Posted by Rick Paulus (4 years ago)

    Recently I switched from AT&T U-Verse to Verizon FiOS for the faster internet download speed. The FiOS TV service is nice. I got the whole shebang with HBO and Showtime. But my only gripe is that it is only a dual tuner DVR. Verizon, if you get 4 channel DVR you'd instantly get a 5 out of 5 score from me, as such I give you 4 out of 5.

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    Posted by Mark (4½ years ago)

    Price is competitive with Cablevision. Lowball advertising is inflated by legacy telco surcharges and fees ($3.50 for unlisted/unpublished, really?) but it still works out about $20/mo cheaper than Cablevision, (and that's including three extra HD tuners), in Morris County, NJ.

    Kudos to Cablevision for having 24x7 customer service (Verizon closes at 9PM). Thumbs-down to Verizon for apparently hiring ignorant cows for customer service reps. Had to call three times before someone who sounded like she cared answered the phone.

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    Posted by Robert (5 years ago)

    I finally switched over to the FIOS service by Verizon. Holy smokes it's fast! I downloaded a half gig video in like five minutes. It's way faster than my company's internet service at work, which I believe they're using a dedicated T1 line. I whole heartedly recommend getting this if it's available in your area. It's just awesome.

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    Posted by Anthony (3 years ago)

    Switch from Comcast to Verizon FiOS?

    Does anyone with Comcast ever been able to switch to Verizon, specifically to the FiOS? Friggin company just increased our monthly by over $10 it's getting ridiculous. I wish FiOS can be had in my area... really tired of the Comcast garbage.

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    Comments on Previous Verizon FiOS Promotions/Offers

    1½ year ago, Jerome wrote:

    Get paid $250 for a 24-month price lock. I like this offer versus the no contract. That equates to an extra discount of $250/24 = $10.42, translating to $79.57 a month. HOT.


    1½ year ago, Android Art wrote:

    This St Patrick's Day Promotion applied nicely. That **** speed is crazy. Added the HBO deal since Game of Throne is coming at end of the month.


    1½ year ago, London wrote:

    New FIOS deal worked today 2/27 no problem. +1 Hope the new copyright 6 strike system won't get me, lol.


    1½ year ago, Bill Chang wrote:

    Saw this offer and thought it was too good to resist. Quantum Speed Triple Play and then free $250 on top of that for less than anything less a Benjamin = 2 big thumbs up. My concern is how much higher the price will be after the commitment period, but maybe some sort of existing customer promotion can be had at that point.


    2 years ago, Joe wrote:

    Thumbs up on this FiOS Holiday Deal which is for Black Friday surely. Dunno why they don't simply put $80 because that is the price after the coupon code discount. And the $300 gift card beats their previously best offers by $50 or $100.


    2 years ago, Ronald H. wrote:

    This is an improved promotion over a couple of the other double play FIOS offers because of the G.C. However I had hoped it was a two year price lock. The Extreme PLUS Quantum bundle promo has a better G.C. and has an additional year of price lock, but I didn't want to pay $25 extra monthly.


    2 years ago, Jake R. wrote:

    We wanted to stick with Ooma. This particular double play FiOS promotion was interesting with the $100 cash card. Went ahead and got the HBO discount as well. We're big-time fans of Games of Thrones.


    2 years ago, J.J. wrote:

    Was looking for the FiOS offer for Triple Play that came with the gift card, and found it here. 2 year price lock and a $200 GC. Verizon got me. :)


    2 years ago, Christian E. wrote:

    The two year plan is the best promotion. I talked to my friends who have FIOS (and yes, they make me feel left out, lol), and the two of them who didn't go for the two year regretted it because the prices went up after 12 months for them. It's kind of dumb that the free DVR and STB last only for a year though, and that's why I opted for the gift card. I live in a loft anyways so I don't need the extra STB.


    2 years ago, Lee wrote:

    Disagree with the post below. IMO the 12 month whole-home DVR plus an additional HD box is the better promotion. I don't want to bother with a third-party DVR box and fuss around with cable cards, therefore the 2-year deal on this gets saves me over $350 instead when you factor in the monthly rental costs of those 2 boxes. I also splurged on the HBO offer which is half off for a year.


    2 years ago, Quantum is Supreme wrote:

    I went with this promotion code for FiOS Quantum Triple Play and selected the 2 year option. All of a sudden a $200 gift card offer appeared. I jumped at the deal- no need to convince. YES, YES, YES!


    2 years ago, Ultimate Warrior Fan wrote:

    I think I've found my dream FIOS package. First of all I don't need all the channels in the Extreme TV lineup plus I wanted to get in on the a Quantum Triple, as fast as possible, for around $100. So for $120, I got the 70/35 Triple Play Quantum deal that comes with Prime TV + digital phone. Because I'm using WMC with the triple tuner Silicon Dust Homerun USB prime, I'm perfectly content with having their super DVR for free for 6 months (versus the 12 to 18 months in the other bundle offers).



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