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12-01-2013 11:44 AM - last edited on 12-01-2013 03:20 PM by LawrenceC
Does Verizon FiOS offer any incentive to retain a month-to-month subscriber provided s/he is willing to sign up for another (two-year?) agreement?
My FiOS triple play package (w/DVR & additional set top box) is becoming so expensive I am considering a further (dropped HBO) reduction to my existing monthly service agreement or switching providers instead.
12-02-2013 08:18 AM - edited 12-02-2013 08:23 AM
If you're close to the end of your current agreement, a "renew agreement" option will appear on your "My Verizon" web page. This will show you renewal options and any offers for signing a new agreement.
I wouldn't expect much, however. My agreement is up in a few weeks. Verizon is offering me a $5/mo discount if I sign a new one. I get the same offer online or over the phone. This means I will most likely be switching to Comcast and saying goodbye to these forums. But, since that's the way Verizon chooses to run their business I have no choice but to manage my service providers the same way.
P.S. Verizon spell check wants to replace "Comcast" with "Compost." Very funny!