Verizon Internet Plans and Pricing
Verizon Television Plans and Pricing
Verizon Bundle Plans and Pricing
Verizon is the second largest DSL Internet provider in the country. It is also the largest
fiber-optic Internet provider, and the second largest mobile broadband provider. The publicly traded
company started out as Bell Atlantic, and now has 11 divisions and 12 subsidiaries.
Verizon High Speed Internet Facts
- Verizon is the largest wireless communications provider in the United States, bringing wireless
connectivity to 90% of residents nationwide.
- Its wireless network quality was ranked #1 in 2013 by J.D. Power and Associates.
- Verizon Fios is available in select cities in Florida, California, Texas, New York, New Jersey,
Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Delaware, Virginia, Maryland, and
- Verizon Fios offers speeds of 15 to 500 Mbps.
- All U.S. states are served at least in part by Verizon.
- Wireless high speed Internet is available in a variety of speeds using the Verizon wireless
service and a plug and go device.
- High speed DSL Internet is available in speeds of up to 15 Mbps, and is delivered via a copper
- 24/7 technical support is always available from Verizon.
- High speed Internet plans do not require contracts.
- According to the FCC Measuring Broadband America report, Verizon Fios provides the highest mean
Verizon High Speed Internet Plans
- Verizon wireless Internet plans start as low as $19.99 per month when bundled with phone
- Verizon DSL High Speed Internet plans start as low as $29.99 per month when bundled with phone
- Verizon Fios plans start as low as $39.99 per month for the first 12 months, when bundled with
Verizon offers a variety of bundle packages with two or three services: DSL Internet, Fios,
Telephone, and/or DIRECTV. For Fios customers, Fios TV service is available.
This page provides an overview of the percent of population with access to
broadband, technology, and maximum advertised speeds for the nation.
Total area: (sq miles)1,416,108
Population Density: (people per sq mile)221