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Introducing New Service Bundles with Wireless

by Employee ‎10-19-2009 09:38 AM - edited ‎10-19-2009 03:43 PM

compandphone.JPGVerizon today is rolling out the newest service bundles for consumers, which include TV, Internet, home phone and, now, Verizon wireless plans.  It's the combination of two powerful networks - landline and wireless -- and four separate services into a bundle on one bill, at one price, that also saves money for customers.


That's what residents of several Verizon states in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions have to look forward to regardless of whether they're served by the FiOS network or our traditional copper network.


You won't get these plans from the cable company.


We call it a quad (short for quadruple, of course) bundle and there's several different service combinations for people to choose from, depending on what Internet speed, TV package or wireless usage best fits you.  Annual savings for the quad bundle are $59 to $179.


If you say, "I don't need a home phone.  I use my wireless phone wherever I am."  We've got a triple wireless bundle for you too - a combination of different wireless plans with FiOS TV or DIRECTV and FiOS Internet or Verizon High Speed Internet.  In fact, there's even a double bundle for those who want just wireless and TV or just wireless and broadband.


These new offers are available to eligible customers in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Eastern Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington, D.C.


Customers in these states who want more information about the new bundles or to place an order can call 1-877-VZISBIG. (1-877-894-7244)


Customers in other Verizon markets will be able to buy these bundles in the future.

 

 


Comments
by on ‎10-19-2009 10:11 AM

Will there be any kind of bundles with family plans instead of a single line?

by Employee on ‎10-20-2009 01:29 PM

woyola,

 

Family plans are definitely available with these bundles.  You can check them out at www.verizon.com/betterbuy.

 

Eric

by on ‎11-06-2009 04:50 AM

All the bundles seem to be minimum bundles now, and are missing HD Extreme?

by Employee on ‎11-06-2009 04:54 PM

prisaz,

 

You can get HD Extreme with any of our bundles -- double, triple or quad play.  Obviously, the price will be different from a bundle with FiOS TV Essentials, but you get more TV channels too.  You can see what's available by entering your information at

https://www22.verizon.com/ForYourHome/GoFlow/NationalBundles/BundleQualify.aspx?getstarted=FTQU.

 

Eric

by on ‎11-06-2009 05:09 PM

Thanks for the reply Eric. My coment was because when I went to the bundles page, only two bundles showed and both where minimal with 15/5 and FIOS TV Essentials. Perhaps the site needs to be fixed or updated. I have considered Verizon wireless but have AT&T 1400 Family plan with A-List 10 Numbers and roll over. With that and my FIOS I am pushing $300 a month. I see no options for a family of 4 to be combined with my FIOS and still save money.

by on ‎11-13-2009 06:41 PM

Please follow this link to my posting that shows there are other options available and explains my findings. I am not sure if this was and issue that has been corrected since my original post, or if I just did not see it. I am almost sure when I went to the bundles and entered my phone number, only minimum bundles displayed. But there have been improvements that now display what should have been there.

http://forums.verizon.com/t5/FiOS-TV-Programming/HD-Extreme-Bundles-vanished/m-p/115672#M3779

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