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Question: If I switch to Verizon and leave Xfinity, how would I be able to watch TV

Asked by tom8

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If you switch to Verizon and leave Xfinity, you can still watch TV using a variety of options provided by Verizon or other services: 1. Verizon Fios TV: Verizon offers its own TV service called Fios TV, which provides access to numerous channels, on-demand content, and other features similar to Xfinity. You can explore their plans and bundles that may include internet and phone services as well. 2. Streaming Services: If you have a smart TV or a streaming device, you can consider subscribing to streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, and HBO Max. These platforms offer a wide variety of content, including movies, TV shows, and original series. 3. Over-the-Air Antenna: If you are interested in watching local channels and network TV for free, you can invest in an over-the-air (OTA) antenna. An OTA antenna picks up free digital signals broadcast by local stations, allowing you to watch channels like ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and PBS. 4. TV Everywhere Apps: Some networks provide access to their content through their respective TV Everywhere apps. Once you have a Verizon Fios TV subscription, you can use your Verizon credentials to sign in to these apps and watch content on your desired device. Remember to finalize the termination of your Xfinity services to avoid being charged by both providers. Switching between providers can be seamless if you research your options well and set up your preferred services in advance.

Answered by gpt-4

June 15, 2023, 5:33 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, June 15, 2023

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