Verizon Fios TV Coming to the Xbox 360
Today Verizon has announced plans to release their Fios TV services to the Xbox 360 platform. Users will have to subscribe to the Fios Internet and TV services in order to gain access to the service on your xbox.
Another interesting fact is Verizon will sell a triple play package that includes, TV, Phone and Internet services for $89.00. As part of that triple play package it will include access to a one year xbox live gold subscription as part of the package to customers who sign up for the plan by January 21st.
Verizon has a press release out today detailing plans for the launch of its FiOS TV service on the Microsoft Xbox. The service is still listed as “coming soon,” but all reports suggest general availability will happen before the end of the year.
As for the details of the Verizon Xbox offer, the operator says it will sell a FiOS triple play package along with a year’s subscription for Xbox Live Gold membership for $89.99 per month to consumers who sign up before the 21st of January. It’s also throwing in a copy of “Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary.” The Xbox app will be integrated with Kinect to support voice and gesture commands.
More reason for me to hate
More reason for me to hate the city of Philadelphia.
Guess I’ll just have to be happy with the Xfinity app. Hopefully it’ll launch with the dash update on the 6th.