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nyrrule27

join:2007-12-06
Howell, NJ
reply to dtitzer

Re: Dropping phone service from FiOS bundle

its usually cheaper to keep the phone then not have it

dtitzer

join:2006-11-08
Glen Burnie, MD
I wondered about that. More likely, the "double play" without phone is almost the same price as the "triple play" with it.

guppy_fish
Premium
join:2003-12-09
Lakeland, FL
kudos:3
can save 5-10 bucks, I dropped from triple to double play about 4 months ago, you can do it online, simple and easy


vshun1

@fanniemae.com
reply to nyrrule27
Definitely drop you will save like $15 in so called "taxes" and fees at least.

mekump

join:2007-09-11
Nottingham, MD
reply to guppy_fish
My 2 year contract just ended and I too am interested in dropping my landline. Don't really use it anymore. I don't see where you can go from a triple play bundle to a double play bundle online. If this can be done online can someone provide a link? Has anyone done this? If so, what were your savings?
tia,
Mike

Mac973

join:2009-05-18
West Orange, NJ
reply to vshun1
said by vshun1 :

Definitely drop you will save like $15 in so called "taxes" and fees at least.

Depends. All the new packages are Digital Voice now, and DV is not subject to all the taxes and fees that traditional copper landline had. With copper I was paying around $10/month in taxes/fees. With DV I think it's about $3/month.