$25 home internet? Serenity now!

By: George Koroneos
Manager - External Communications

Even our favorite sitcom stars are raving (and ranting) about our reliable service.

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Leave it to the George Talks Tech team to get into the minds of sitcom characters and their need for fast and reliable internet options.

And just like Jerry and Elaine, all you need to do is head over to verizon.com/home, provide your address and see if your home is covered. Plus, Verizon Home Internet plans start at just $25 a month – and there are no annual contracts, hidden fees and the price is the price, guaranteed.

It’s also been a busy week for Verizon Home Internet. As we announced today, residents in three new cities - Pittsburgh, Boston and Springfield, MA - will have even more options to keep them connected.

Yesterday, we announced a new home internet offer for college students in Fios areas. Now, college students can get Fios, our award-winning, blazing fast fiber optic network, starting at just $20 per month with Auto Pay and select 5G mobile plans. As colleges and universities continue offering students virtual options for classes – and some students admittedly waiting until the wee hours of the morning on term papers – reliable and affordable home internet shouldn’t be a concern.

Get Verizon Home Internet – on the network Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer rely on – today.

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About the author:

George Koroneos is PR manager for the Verizon Consumer Group and resident tech and gadget expert.

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