With Verizon Fios, you get Disney+, YouTube TV, and more, on them for Black Friday

Beginning on November 28, Verizon is offering 12 months of Disney+ and $100 Visa Prepaid Card with Triple Play, Double Play, or Stand-alone Gigabit plans. This deal comes just in time for the holidays if you and your family like to spend time watching classic Disney movies or want to start a new series. Also, the $100 Visa Prepaid Cards can come in handy in the new year. This is a sweetener deal that stacks with the Disney+ offer and includes an additional $100 Visa Prepaid Card or Samsung Galaxy Buds. In addition to the Disney+ and Visa Prepaid Cards deal, Verizon is also offering one month of YouTube TV with the same plans. Altogether, this is a bundle deal with an incredible amount of savings.

Verizon Plans

Verizon Triple Play gives you Fios TV, internet, and phone service all in one package on the 100% fiber-optic network. You get to choose what speed works best for your household and the bandwidth you need to support all of the users in your house. Fios TV with Triple Play allows you to choose a custom TV plan based on your favorite types of channels or a traditional TV plan that is packed with options. Fios Digital Voice is Verizon’s home phone.

Verizon Double Play begins with Fios internet and lets you choose whether you want to add TV or Phone service to it. The internet, TV, and phone service are the same as offered above in the Triple Play description.

Verizon’s standalone Fios Gigabit Connection plan provides download speeds up to 940 Mbps and upload speeds up to 880 Mbps.


Disney+ is a streaming service that is regularly priced at $6.99 per month*. The service gives you the best of Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and more. You also get unlimited downloads of any TV show or movie on up to 10 devices. You can also stream four different shows on four different compatible devices at once.

Included with Disney+ is a whole library of Disney+ originals — never-before-seen new movies, documentaries, and TV shows. Thousands of classic TV shows and films such as all 30 seasons of The Simpsons and The Sound of Music are also available with this service. You can re-watch all four Toy Story movies, watch documentaries on National Geographic, watch classic movies like Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, or record-breaking hits like Avengers: Endgame. As mentioned, Disney+ also features exclusive original content such as a new Star Wars TV series, The Mandalorian, and The World According to Jeff Goldblum. One of the best features of Disney+ is that it is entirely ad-free, much like other dominant streaming services. Disney+ is a perfect service for fans and families with children.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV" data-cta="YouTube TV">YouTube TV is also a streaming service that offers live TV, on-demand video, and cloud-based DVR from more than 70 television networks. This service is popular among cord-cutters and costs $49.99 per month. Many of the channels included in YouTube TV are included in regular cable TV packages, and you can add premium channels for additional fees. Some of the popular channels included are ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, HGTV, TNT, and more. YouTube TV also provides viewers with local sports and news channels, which sets it apart from its major competitors.

Again, any of these plans include at least one $100 Visa Prepaid Card or Samsung Galaxy Buds. With deals like these at Verizon, be sure to stop by one of their stores or visit them online on Black Friday.

*plus taxes, where applicable

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