Verizon is putting some attention on non-FiOS triple play bundles by announcing price reductions for their DirecTV/DSL powered triple play bundles. Continuing decreases in DSL and wireline telephony subscriber counts are certainly helping fuel this latest promotion. These latest bundles offer unlimited local and long-distance calling, broadband via DSL at 1, 3 or 7.1 mbps tiers, and DirecTV satellite service. Prices start at $79.99/month, down from $95/month and go as high as $120/month depending on Internet speeds and video channel selection. For example, $99/month buys you “a triple-play package of Verizon High Speed Internet service at up to 3 Mbps, unlimited local and nationwide long-distance voice service with several calling features and DIRECTV’s PLUS HD DVR package with more than 200 digital TV channels and DVR service, plus a free DVR upgrade and SHOWTIME premium movie channels for 12 months,” according to a Verizon company statement. Verizon is also promoting double plays of phone and either DSL or DirecTV starting at $49.99/month.
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