The Verizon FiOS Quantum internet service has been launched with download speeds that top off at no less 300Mbps. Of course, the 300/65Mbps tier arrives with a catch and in this case it’s the fact that subscribers can only avail of it as a standalone monthly bundle at $204.99 or $209.99, depending on whether they’ve signed up for a contract or not, respectively.
Apart from the aforesaid, the network operator will also be happy to oblige with other FiOS Quantum schemes as standalone, double-play or triple-play packages. With the number of internet connected devices on the rise and streaming video in higher demand, it only makes sense for Verizon to lay out the bait with the faster internet service that’s been promised to users.
“A revolution in speed has arrived,” trilled Bob Mudge, president of Verizon’s consumer and mass market business unit, while announcing the launch of this service. “The new FiOS Internet speed and bundle options provide incredible value, and represent the most significant mass scale, consumer broadband speed enhancement in the nation in the past decade.”
The Quantum tag has been attached to the tiers delivering the highest speeds. Going by these terms, upload/download speeds of 50/25Mbps, 75/35Mbps, 150/65Mbps and 300/65Mbps have been served up. For those on the 15/5Mbps FiOS and FiOS TV double-play pack, the bill should read at anything between $84.99 and $129.99 a month.
The standalone service at the aforesaid speed will cost $69.99 each month on a month-to-month basis, or $64.99 per month for those on a two-year contract. 50/25Mbps, 75/35Mbps and 150/65Mbps triple-play bundles for new customers are priced at $109.99 to $149.99, $114.99 to $154.99 and $169.99 to $174.99, correspondingly. Basically, there are plenty of plans to pick from.
The Verizon FiOS Quantum plans come with a two-year customer agreement as well as a month-to-month option.