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Sign up for Verizon Unlimited, Fios TV, internet and phone to receive up to $500 back

Sign up for Verizon Unlimited, Fios TV, internet and phone to receive up to $500 back
As we said the other day, it is war out there in the wireless industry. No sooner does one carrier offer a new plan, then a rival tries to match or even better it. Take a look at this example. On February 27th, AT&T introduced Unlimited Plus. This allows AT&T subscribers with an unlimited talk, text and data plan to receive a $25 credit toward a subscription to AT&T's video services like DirecTV, DirecTV Now and U-Verse TV. With this plan, $115 a month gives AT&T subscribers unlimited talk, text, data, 10GB of high-speed tethering (after 10GB, speed is reduced to 128 kbps) and DirecTV. Choose DirecTV Now instead, and the price is just $100 a month and up.

Just a day later, Verizon joined AT&T by combining its unlimited wireless service with its fiber optics services. Fios subscribers who activate new service on Verizon Unlimited will receive $250 in the form of 25 monthly bill credits of $10 each. Or, Verizon Wireless customers who subscribe to Fios TV, phone and internet with a two-year contract will receive a $250 Verizon gift card.. If a Verizon Wireless subscriber decides to signup for both Verizon Unlimited and the Fios services with a two-year pact, they will receive both the $250 monthly bill credit and the $250 gift card for $500 back in total.

The Verizon deals already started yesterday, and prove that there seems to be a willingness on the part of each carrier to copy the latest promotion offered by its rivals.

source:  Verizon

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