There is nothing more likely to cause you irrational rage than a poor internet connection. Whether it’s the middle of a work meeting, a video game, or an episode of your favorite show, there is never an ideal time for your internet to lag.
Instead of throwing your computer out the window in a fit of blinding fury, try a connection that actually works. Verizon Fios Gigabit Connection provides internet that’s 20 times faster. With data speeds up to 940 Mbps per download and 880 Mbps per upload, you can get back to enjoying what you pay for.
Verizon Fios Gigabit is powerful enough to stream up to 100 devices at once, so you can imagine what the result is in the average home, when you’re just trying to get your laptop and smartphone to cooperate.
In the great war for the best internet, Fios ranked number 1 across the board in 2017 for speed, reliability, consistency according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index®. And anyone who’s ever wasted half of their lifetime just trying to get in touch with their cable provider will be happy to know they also rank first for customer satisfaction.
Not already a Verizon Fios customer? To help you switch over from the dark side of the internet, the company will help you get out of any contract, providing up to $500 credit to cover early termination fees.
The standalone internet package is priced at $69.99 monthly when you order through the Verizon Fios website, which is a $10 savings exclusively to online shoppers.
But the real deal is the triple play bundle, which gets you Verizon Fios Gigabit, plus cable TV and phone for $79.99 monthly—just $10 more. They’ll even throw in a year of free HBO so you can stop mooching off your parents’ account.
Fios Gigabit Connection is available to over 8 million homes. You can find out if it’s available to yours by visiting the Verizon Fios site.
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