Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg | Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge
Verizon is making some changes to its home internet, TV, and phone service today. The company is announcing that it would be eliminating bundled services and one- and two-year contracts for its services, making it easier for customers to sign up and change their setups as they wish, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The idea is that instead of having to subscribe to multiple services to get the cheapest price (Verizon’s infamous “Fios triple-play”), now, each service has a set cost. So customers can select the ones they’d like and just pay that cost. There are no hidden extra charges for things like regional sports fees: just taxes and whatever equipment you’re buying and / or renting from Verizon.
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