Fios 100/100 Internet - Get standalone internet with fiber optic speed
Starting at $39.99/mo for 1 yr with no annual contract. Get out of your contract with a credit up to $500.
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Yes, Fios Internet speeds really are faster, thanks to fiber optic technology – delivering at speeds of 25 mbps – 500 mbps, compared to Time Warner Cable’s 2 mbps – 50 mbps. The service is only available in limited areas because it requires a fiber optic connection, so be sure to check availability (even if Fios is offered in your area, you will still need to make sure Fios serves your neighborhood).
Currently Fios is only offered in the following markets:
Rated #1 in speed satisfaction. Scored 8.3 out of 10, to become PC Mag’s Reader’s Choice winner for the 11th year in a row.
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Verizon Fios is unique because it offers a 100% fiber optic network, which means all its customers get internet that’s blazing fast. It’s also willing to buy you out of your current contract if you’re stuck with another provider.
If you need a new internet provider at home or at work, check out Verizon Fios. It has the fastest speeds and offers great deals.
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