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Bronze Contributor II
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So I see that they are offering internet 50/50 and local tv for only $59.99 for 2 years. What is the price after the 2 years? The reason I want that is my current internet is 25/25 and I just want the extra 35 Mbps. Don't really care about tv since I have hulu plus and netflix. What does it mean by up to $90 installation fee? There is a broadcast fee and router fee? Hmm I haven't gotten charge for the router that I currently have with verizon fios so if I do get that 50/50 + local tv for 59.99 will I have to pay all those broadcast and router fee, what about the installation fee?

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@skyliner34 wrote:

So I see that they are offering internet 50/50 and local tv for only $59.99 for 2 years. What is the price after the 2 years? The reason I want that is my current internet is 25/25 and I just want the extra 35 Mbps. Don't really care about tv since I have hulu plus and netflix. What does it mean by up to $90 installation fee? There is a broadcast fee and router fee? Hmm I haven't gotten charge for the router that I currently have with verizon fios so if I do get that 50/50 + local tv for 59.99 will I have to pay all those broadcast and router fee, what about the installation fee?


You don't have to change Router to get 50/50 also there shouldn't be any installations fee!!!

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Bronze Contributor II
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Do you know what the price is after 2 years because when I look at the offers and detail it doesn't say how much the price is going to be after that.

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It will be whatever the market rate is at the time.


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yo, im thinking of downgrading to 25/25

i do streaming also

 

how does it fair in comparison to 50/50?

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@analpee wrote:

yo, im thinking of downgrading to 25/25

i do streaming also

 

how does it fair in comparison to 50/50?


25/25 handles many streaming situations just fine. It's more than enough if it's just for one person. If it's for a family of multple people the additional speed gives some additional headroom for buffering.

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@Smith6612 wrote:

@analpee wrote:

yo, im thinking of downgrading to 25/25

i do streaming also

 

how does it fair in comparison to 50/50?


25/25 handles many streaming situations just fine. It's more than enough if it's just for one person. If it's for a family of multple people the additional speed gives some additional headroom for buffering.


25/25 is more than enough speed regardless how many Devices are connected as long you get constant 25/25.....More speed is more like hype than real speed you ever need!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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