Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Verizon Adds Symmetrical 100 Mbps Tier to 25, 50, 75, 150 nnd 500 Mbps Options for Internet Access

Verizon now is selling symmetrical 100 megabits per second FiOS Internet access in New York City, Long Island, the northern suburbs and northern New Jersey.

Verizon says it is the only communications provider to offer a symmetrical 100 Mbps service in the New York metro area.

Verizon already sells symmetrical 75 Mbps and symmetrical 150 Mbps services.

The standalone 100 Mbps FiOS Internet service costs $54.99. Double-play and triple-play offers offer further savings.

When purchased as part of a triple-play bundle, the service initially costs $89.99 with a two-year price guarantee and without signing a contract. After two years the bundle price increases by $20 a month.

Triple-play bundles featuring the 150 Mbps symmetrical service sell for  $99.99 monthly. That bundle also includes a two-year price guarantee and does not require a contract.

In addition to the new 100 Mbps tier, Verizon also sells symmetrical access at  25, 50, 75,150, 300 and 500 Mbps.

Verizon also recently introduced the 100/100 mbps FiOS Internet option in the Southern California market.

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