Welcome to /r/Verizon! A community to discuss and ask questions about anything and everything Verizon, be it Wireless, FiOS, DSL, Landline, etc.
Welcome to the subreddit of the best wireless carrier in the industry! T-Mobile is the third largest wireless carrier in the U.S. offering affordable plans, the fastest network in America, no contract, and no overages. This is the place to discuss everything magenta!
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This is a subreddit for everything related to DirecTV Now, the new AT&T streaming service set to release before the end of the year. As more information is released, it will be posted and we welcome discussion. Discussion for other cord cutting services is also welcome.
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