New Verizon Fios customers now get free Google Stadia Premiere Edition

Michail, 22 January 2020

Just last week, British Telecom became the first European ISP to offer a free Google Stadia membership for customers. Today, Verizon is announcing a similar partnership with the game streaming service from Google.

Starting January 29, Verizon Fios (Verizon’s home-broadband service provider) will begin offering a Google Stadia promotion for new customers who sign up for Fios Gigabit. New customers will be eligible for a free Stadia Premiere Edition welcome kit with the Wi-Fi controller, a Google Chromecast Ultra, and three free months of Stadia Pro membership that offers game streaming up to 4K @ 60 fps.

Verizon Fios Gigabit packages start at $79.99 and includes a Wi-Fi 6 -compatible router, and includes one free month of YouTube TV. As a reminder, those on Fios Mix and Match plans bundled with TV qualify for a free year of Disney+ subscription.

Verizon is also excited to announce Stadia promotions for Verizon 5G Home customers soon.



Reader comments

  • Love the Community
  • 22 Jan 2020
  • Fv4

The only bright side is that AMD benefited from Google's GPU orders and Google is taking a loss. AMD could sure use that money to develop a new RDNA GPU to be equal to the upcoming RTX 3080 TI.

  • Jason
  • 22 Jan 2020
  • r@5

Dont know why Google thought this was a good idea. Console players want to pay for their game. No subscription. Not even mobile! Why pay when there are free games. haha. I just don't get why Stadia was green lit.

Things are not great for Stadia and Google tries to push its product before next gen consoles will come and demolish it completely

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