Category: Brand Reviews
AT&T TV’s channel lineups are similar to corporate cousin DIRECTV’s in package titles and viewing options, but they’re slightly less expensive. AT&T TV also offers a comparable variety of premium, international, and sports add-on packages (minus NFL SUNDAY TICKET, unfortunately).Read more
For AT&T TV billing and account support , you can call +1-800-288-2020 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 12 a.m. (midnight) ET, seven days a week. It’s the same number for AT&T internet service, but those hours are 8 a.m.–7 p.m. Monday–Friday and 8 a.m.–5 p.m. ET, Saturday–Sunday.Read more
Like all Great American brand duopolies, satellite TV providers DISH Network and DIRECTV have more in common than not. Of the two, we prefer DISH’s package pricing and hardware. You can get nearly all the same channels for a little less money and record far more of them—DISH’s DVR game can’t be beat.Read more
Price $9.99/mo. View plans Data effective 11/8/19. Offers and availability may vary by location and are subject to change. Jump to: Current Deals | VRV vs. the competition | Plans and pricing | Channels | Best anime on VRV | Specs and features | FAQ What is VRV? VRV is a streaming service that specializes in anime and animation, but [...]Read more
Verizon Fios TV packages carry most popular cable networks (including ESPN, FS1, Syfy, Comedy Central, and TNT), as well as local channels that broadcast ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and PBS. There are also add-on packages available for HBO, CINEMAX, SHOWTIME, STARZ, and EPIX, and channel packs for sports and international-language channels.Read more
According to CableTV.com’s most recent customer satisfaction survey, Verizon Fios’s subscriber care is top quality, ranking number one for tech support and customer service.
Verizon Fios also came in first place for installation and setup, as well as overall customer satisfaction.
Verizon’s phone services are made up of digital home landlines and, of course, wireless mobile. Its wireless plans are among the most acclaimed (and expensive) in the industry and come in several varieties. Verizon’s home landline VoIP (voice over internet protocol) service, on the other hand, consists of just one plan.Read more
With Verizon Fios, you can easily combine internet, TV, and phone services together. While Fios TV and phone are carried over the internet, you can still get TV even without buying Fios internet service (phone has to be bundled with internet, though).Read more
“Fios” may not be a real word, but Verizon’s fiber-optic internet service is legit—and fast. With download speeds peaking at 940 Mbps (megabits per second) for $80 a month, Verizon Fios internet leaves most of the competition in the dust.Read more
Verizon Fios TV isn’t cable or satellite—it’s carried over fiber-optic internet. It’s technically a streaming TV service, even if it’s not packaged like Sling TV or Hulu + Live TV. On the upside, this gives you more channel flexibility (Verizon Fios TV offers a plan that lets you choose your own channel lineup).Read more