Verizon Internet outage, internet cable, Fias & more downgraded to service impact status on Wednesday, December 7.
Verizon has also reduced its monthly monthly data rates to $25 and cut its data cap to 100GB per month, from 200GB.
It also added two more tiers to its FiOS TV package, which will bring data speeds up to 100Mbps, down from 200Mbps.
The company also has reduced its total number of data connections, which were previously capped at 8GB per customer.
Verizon also cut its monthly data caps for mobile customers to 5GB from 10GB.
It also cut the monthly data cap for new FiOS Internet customers to 50GB from 75GB.
Verify is the only major US carrier that still offers unlimited data for FiOS customers.
FiOS is the largest US broadband service, with 3 million customers.
AT&T and Verizon offer similar packages, but AT&t offers its FiOs customers unlimited data plans.
Verisign also cut a deal with Dish Network, and Dish will sell its FiO Internet TV service at $40 a month, up from $25.
It is a similar deal to Dish’s $40 monthly plan.
The announcement comes as Verizon is working to bring FiOS to other US markets.
The carrier has previously said it was working on bringing FiOS over to other markets as early as 2020.
Verizons Internet customers who can’t upgrade to FiOS will be able to get their data capped at 20GB a month instead of 25GB.
AT & T, on the other hand, has a data cap of 20GB for its Fios customers.