The Comcast Unlimited data package is now available to customers on Verizon FiOS who sign up for an online trial, Verizon said Tuesday.
The service costs $70 for one line, $100 for two lines and $120 for three lines.
The offer applies to customers who sign into Verizon’s My Verizon website and select the “trial” option.
The Verizon Unlimited data offer was previously available only on FiOS internet plans, but now users can sign up through a trial that is only available on Verizon Internet plans.
Verizon’s website also gives customers a link to the trial, and Verizon Wireless customers who have an active Internet service account can sign in and download the trial on their account.
The trial begins on May 11 and ends on June 3.
“Verizon customers have access to a free, nationwide data plan that’s offered on Verizon Wireless.
It’s a good value,” Verizon spokesman John Santilli said.
It is not clear how much the new data package will cost, though Santilli did say it’s a reasonable price for what customers are getting.
As we’ve previously reported, Verizon Wireless offers an internet data package that includes 100 gigabytes of high-speed internet for $69 a month.
A free unlimited data package can be purchased from Verizon’s website.
Earlier this month, Verizon’s wireless network experienced a massive outage, and customers were unable to access certain websites.
Verizon has said the outage was caused by an issue with its copper network.