Verizon has announced upgrades for its Fios 100% fiber optic internet and 5G Home Internet services today. For users across NYC, Fios is now offered as a super fast 2 Gbps plan and customers in new areas across Colorado, Florida, and New York are the latest to get access to Verizon’s 5G Home Internet.
Both Verizon’s Fios and 5G Home Internet plans start as low as $25 for customers with a qualifying 5G mobile plan, which first launched back in June 2022.
Previously, Fios plans included 300 Mbps, 500 Mbps, and 1 Gbps options. Now across all five NYC boroughs, Verizon customers – both residential and business – can get its new 2 Gig Fios.
Fios 2 Gig plan details – residential
- $94.99/month (with select 5G mobile plans)
- Average wired download and upload speeds between 1.5 and 2.3 Gbps
- Available in NYC
- 4-year price guarantee
- Fios router and up to 3 Wi-Fi extenders included
- Bonus incentives:
- Free year of Walmart+ ($12.95/month value)
- Free year of Disney+ ($7.99/month value)
- Up to $100 in Verizon gift cards when signing up online
- $300 off Verizon Stream TV Soundbar or Pro
Fios 2 Gig plan details – Business
- 5-year price guarantee
- Unlimited data
- No activation fee
- Free installation
- Free Verizon router rental
- One free Business Digital Voice Line
- Check availability and pricing
Expanded 5G Home Internet
Verizon has also announced that starting February 16, its 5G Home Internet and 5G Business Internet will become available in Colorado Springs, CO, Monroe Co., NY, and Bradenton and West Palm Beach-area, FL.
That’s in addition to being available for 20 million customers in many cities across the US. You can check if it’s an option in your area here.
5G Home Internet details
- From $25/month with autopay and select 5G mobile plans
- Download speeds between 85 and 1,000 Mbps
- No contract or hidden fees
- No equipment charges
- No data cap
- Price guaranteed for up to 3 years
- Walmart+ free for a year ($12.95/value)
For more specifics, we’ve got a comparison looking into 5G Home Internet from Verizon and T-Mobile: