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somms

join:2003-07-28
Salt Lake City, UT
reply to brianiscool

Re: Rate Hikes

said by brianiscool:

I will be staying on my 2 year contact long as possible.

»Re: Watching this closely..

What!? Verizon does have FiOS contracts then!

brianiscool

join:2000-08-16
Tampa, FL
kudos:1
I pay $105 after tax. 35/35 internet, Prime HD, unlimited local and long distance , dvd and second SD receiver.

UnnDunn
Premium
join:2005-12-21
Brooklyn, NY
reply to somms
Verizon has long-term agreement plans, but in many areas, they also offer month-to-month agreement plans.

In NYC, the only difference between a long-term agreement plan and a month-to-month agreement plan is that you get a 2-year bundle discount instead of a 1-year bundle discount.


MovieLover76

join:2009-09-11
kudos:1
reply to somms
Yes, you can choose to sign a contract for fios in order to lock down a lower price and avoid these rate hikes, but they aren't required. You can opt for contract-free fios, but it may cost a little more in the long run.

I myself signed a contract in order to avoid any rate hikes, at least for 2 years.