Perhaps it's a coincidence but Spectrum has just offered our co-op a bulk rate just has Verizon has notified our building that it's (finally) willing to install Fios. Currently, a majority of residents use Spectrum (internet and TV) and pay $100-$200+ per month. The bulk rate would be $50/month (for a service as good or better than what most people have now) that's even factoring covering the few people who don't use Spectrum.
The catch? Spectrum is requiring a 5 year contract to get the bulk rate.
Just wondering if we sign a long term deal with Spectrum, could Verizon find out and cancel Fios installation plans?
Does anyone have a rough idea how long it takes from the time a building gives Verizon the OK to install fiber to the time Fios service is actually working? If it's 1/2 a year or more, it might be more justifiable to sign with Spectrum now for the time being - who knows, maybe there will be a problem or delays with Fios installation.
Does Verizon ever offer a bulk rate as well and/or buy out a contract with a competing provider?
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