NEW Verizon Fios Bundle Deals: Triple Play $79.99 / Double Play $55

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Updated Apr 25th, 2017: Ultra fast Fios Triple Play Gigabit is only $79.99/mo!Double Play 50/50 is still $55/mo.Companies like Verizon are always testing new offers.I constantly search all of Verizon’s Fios offers and recommend their best deals here.Really. I spend my time scouring Verizon for their best Fios offers. Sad for me. Good for you.I promise you’ll get today’s best 

DIRECTV + AT&T Internet – Best Promo Bundles – $50 Reward Card

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AT&T DIRECTV is offering TV + High Speed Internet, All Fees Included, for $80 per month. Plus you get a $50 VISA prepaid card, among some other excellent bonuses, when you use one of the promo links below.It’s the latest limited-time promo deal for new customers signing up online for DIRECTV bundled with AT&T internet. You can save money every 

The Best Deal for AT&T Home Internet: $40/mo + $50 Prepaid Card

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All major cable providers are bundling services. AT&T is no different. Customers can enjoy VOiP, cable TV, and high speed internet. This article is about the latter, and for good reason. AT&T offers some key benefits that most other providers lack…for now. Best Deal April 2017 » AT&T Internet 45 Mbps: $40 / mo + $50 Prepaid 

Verizon Fios Custom TV: Build your own TV plan $64.99/mo

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With companies like Netflix and Hulu providing a wide range of streaming content for relatively low prices, more and more people are electing to forego pay-TV subscriptions. In efforts to decrease the number of cancellations, most major cable companies like Comcast and TWC have revamped their offerings. But instead of providing their customers with more 

What is Fios Quantum Internet? Speed + Price + Deals » 2016

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When I first heard about Fios Quantum Internet I was a bit confused about what it was or how it was any different from Verizon Fios or how that compared to Comcast Xfinity or what Time Warner or Brighthouse had to offer. After a bit of digging around I figured out it was Verizon’s way of separating out 

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