Verizon is launching 150/35 Mbps Internet service – the fastest mass-market broadband service in the nation – over the company’s fiber-optic FiOS network. The company has begun to roll out the ultra-high-speed service to the majority of the more than 12.5 million homes that the FiOS network passes, and will make the service available to Verizon FiOS customers by the end of the year.

Verizon’s new Internet service is three times the downstream speed previously available to FiOS customers.

The 150/35 Mbps residential offer will be available to the majority of FiOS-eligible households, and sold as a stand-alone service starting at $194.99 a month when purchased with a one-year service agreement and Verizon wireline voice service.

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