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Is Bundling Verizon Phone and Internet Worth It?

Save $25 a month on deluxe phone and Wi-Fi service

You can’t escape offers for mobile and internet bundles these days—and Verizon bundles stand out among the best. If you’re a Verizon phone customer and you’re signed up for the carrier’s flagship cellular plan, you can get a $25 monthly discount on a Verizon Home Internet plan.

That means you’ll have fiber or 5G home internet for as low as $25 a month—that’s a killer deal considering that Verizon’s plans usually cost at least double that.

But how killer is this deal, exactly? Is this the best pick for budget users or simply one more perk from a provider that offers more perks than you can count? We took a deep-dive into Verizon’s internet and mobile bundle options to see what benefits you get.

Sweet savings begin with a quick search

If you’re ready for that $25 off, enter your zip below to see if you can get Verizon Home Internet in your area.

How do you get a Verizon mobile and internet bundle deal?

To qualify for a $25 monthly discount on Verizon home internet, you first have to get Verizon’s Unlimited Plus phone plan. Once you’re signed up for the phone plan, you can get the internet plan and secure your delightful discount.

Qualifying Verizon unlimited phone plan

PlanPrice (1 line)Premium dataHotspot data capOrder online
Unlimited Plus$80.00/mo.Unlimited 4G LTE and 5G (no slowdowns)30GB (then speeds slowed)

Don’t miss out on Verizon Extras:

There are lots of extras you can get along with a Verizon phone plan. Verizon goes heavy on benefits and perks for all of its customers. See our Best Internet Deals guide for a breakdown of what you can get.

What internet plans qualify for Verizon mobile and internet bundles?

Any Verizon Fios and 5G Home Internet plan qualifies for the Verizon Home Internet $25 discount.

But not all of Verizon’s plans are available in all of its service areas, so you may be limited on what you can get. Run a search with your zip code below to see what’s available in your area.

Verizon Home Internet plans

PackagePricePrice when you bundle with a phone planMonthly bundle savingsDownload speedView on Verizon’s site
Fios Internet 300/300$49.99/mo.*$24.99/mo. 50% off300Mbps
Fios Internet 500/500$69.99/mo.*$44.99/mo. $25 off500Mbps
Verizon Fios Gigabit$89.99/mo.$64.99/mo. $25 offUp to 940Mbps
Verizon Fios Internet 2 Gig$84.99/mo.N/AN/AUp to 2,000Mbps
5G Home Internet$60.00/mo.$35.00/mo.§ $25 offUp to 300Mbps
5G Home Internet Plus$80.00/mo.‡ $45.00/mo.§ $35 offUp to 1,000Mbps

Find your Verizon Home Internet options

It’s time for the moment of truth: can you get Verizon internet where you live, or nah? Run a speedy search with your zip code below to see if there’s a deal in your future.

Is it a good idea to bundle a Verizon phone plan with a Verizon internet plan?

It’s a great idea to bundle your Verizon internet and phone service, especially if you’re already a Verizon customer and have an unlimited phone plan.

It’s slightly tricky to actually get the deal—you have to be a phone customer before you get the internet plan. And you might not save as much money as you think, since Verizon’s Unlimited Plus phone plan is one of the highest-priced plans ever.


  • Super cheap prices for Fios and 5G Home plans
  • Excellent network coverage
  • Tons of additional perks


  • High prices on phone plans
  • Confusing sign-up requirements (must be a current phone customer to get the discount)
  • Limited availability for Fios fiber plans

What we like: You get a top-tier phone plan and top-tier internet service

Verizon has arguably the best network coverage among the three major cellular carriers. Its 4G LTE network is available across 70% of the country—including a lot of rural and remote areas—while its growing 5G network delivers superb speeds in many urban areas.

Verizon’s unlimited phone plans also come with a dump truck’s worth of extras—depending on the plan, you can get discounts on subscriptions to Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN, and on hotspot plans, and/or lots more.

You also can’t go wrong with Verizon’s internet plans. Fios fiber internet gets you symmetrical Wi-Fi speeds and an incredibly reliable connection. Verizon’s 5G Home Internet option is a great cost-saver for the budget-minded since it gives you respectable speeds at a flat monthly fee with no data caps and no extra costs for equipment or installation.

But here’s the catch: Verizon’s unlimited phone plans are really expensive

Even with $25 off your internet plan, you’re still likely to pay a pretty penny for your internet and phone plans. That’s because the plans that qualifies you for the bundle discount is one of the most expensive phone plans out there. Combined with one of Verizon’s Fios mid- and upper-tier fiber plans, you may end up paying an average price for the two services, or even higher than average.

Does Verizon operate in your area?

Run a search with your zip code below to see if you can get Verizon Fios or 5G Home Internet where you live.

Beware the fine print: You need to be a current Verizon phone customer to benefit

According to Verizon’s website, the discount on Verizon Home Internet specifically applies to current Verizon phone customers. That is to say, you can’t order a phone and internet plan together to get the discounted internet plan, and you also can’t order the internet first and then get the discount after signing up for a phone plan.

When you’re an internet customer and you sign up for a mobile plan, you get a much lower monthly discount—just $5 or $10 per line, depending on your internet plan.

These technicalities add a wrinkle to Verizon’s bundle offers that we’re not too excited about: It seems all too easy to sign up in the wrong way and end up losing out on a key benefit. But just make sure you’ve got your phone plan secured before you sign up for your Verizon Home Internet plan, and you should be good.

Expert opinion: Get a prepaid plan instead if you’re on a budget

If saving money is your main concern, you might be better off skipping this bundle deal and getting a prepaid phone plan instead.

Prepaid phone plans don’t require an annual contract and usually cost much less than postpaid ones. When you sign up for Visible’s basic phone plan and pay full price for a Verizon internet plan, you end up paying $30 per month less than the official, discounted Verizon bundle bargain.

Verizon bundle deal vs. Visible phone plan

Phone and internet bundleTotal price for combined plansInternet speedMonthly dataOrder online
Unlimited Plus + Fios Internet 300/300$104.99/mo.300Mbps50GB of 5G and 4G LTE (then speeds may be slowed)
Visible + Fios Internet 300/300$74.99/mo.300MbpsSpeeds may be slowed during network congestionView Plans

Visible is owned by Verizon, so you get access to the same 4G LTE and 5G coverage. You don’t get 5G Ultra Wideband and you get worse reception during times of network congestion, when Verizon’s main customers get priority treatment. You don’t get the same perks either. But your internet plan is exactly the same, and you save $360 every year.

Depending on where you live, you might also be able to find an internet plan for under $25 a month from one of Verizon’s cable competitors, like Xfinity or Astound Broadband.

FAQ about Verizon mobile and internet bundles

Can I bundle my Verizon phone and internet?

Yes, you can bundle your Verizon phone and internet plans. When you have the Unlimited Plus phone plan, you get $25 per month off any Verizon Fios or 5G Home internet plan.

What are the benefits of Verizon's internet and mobile bundle?

The main benefit is that you get $25 off Verizon Home Internet when you also have a qualifying unlimited phone plan. But you also have the option to get a lot more perks from Verizon’s unlimited phone plans, including (depending on the plan) discounts on tablet or hotspot plans and subscriptions to Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN.

What mobile plans are included in Verizon's internet and mobile bundle?

You can get a bundle discount on internet when you’re signed up for Verizon’s Unlimited Plus phone plan.

Author -

Peter Holslin has more than a decade of experience working as a writer and freelance journalist. He graduated with a BA in liberal arts and journalism from New York City’s The New School University in 2008 and went on to contribute to publications like Rolling Stone, VICE, BuzzFeed, and countless others. At, he focuses on covering 5G, nerding out about frequency bands and virtual RAN, and producing reviews on emerging services like 5G home internet. He also writes about internet providers and packages, hotspots, VPNs, and Wi-Fi troubleshooting.

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