The following is a list of services offered by Verizon Internet on Monday, October 24.
Verizon Internet is the new service offered by Charter Communications, Charter said.
Verizon Internet is available to customers of all service types on the New York City metropolitan area.
It is offered by the nation’s largest wireless provider and has been a success for Verizon, which announced it would offer Spectrum internet to residential customers in the metropolitan area in January.
In New York, Spectrum internet is a more affordable option that is available through Charter’s wireless plans.
For a $30 monthly fee, customers can sign up for a one-year contract, or a two-year plan.
The two- and three-year plans have separate pricing plans.
The one-month plan costs $15 per month, and the three-month option costs $30 per month.
Verified customers can also access Spectrum internet in the Washington D.C. area.
The Verizon website says that customers in Washington D.-VA can sign-up for a two year contract or a one year contract.
Verification is not required for customers to access Spectrum.
It will also be available to Verizon customers in New York and the District of Columbia.
Verify.com customers in areas of New York can use the Verizon Wireless App to sign up and get Spectrum internet, or they can use their own phone or tablet to connect to the internet.
VeriFone Wireless customers can access Spectrum by logging into their Verizon Wireless account and selecting Spectrum from the Home screen.