Verizon Fios TV app comes to Apple TV
The company is also launching a new Mix & Match feature for Fios plans.
What you need to know
- The Verizon Fios TV app is coming to Apple TV.
- The company is also launching a new Mix & Match service on Fios plans.
Verizon has today announced that its Fios TV app is coming to Apple TV as well as Amazon Fire TV, as the company launches a new Mix & Match feature for its Fios plans.
Starting from Thursday, Verizon is launching a new Mix & Match feature for Fios plans that will let customers sign up flexibly to parts of its Fios service:
No data caps, no extra fees and no annual contracts. Verizon created unmatched value by breaking the TV and home internet bundle, giving customers fast, reliable internet and content the way they want it with Mix & Match on Fios. Now riding a wave of awards for delivering the fastest Internet in America1, Verizon is putting more power into consumers' hands with new Mix & Match on Fios features starting July 22 that offer more value for what they need and options to choose what they want.
The company has also announced that it is making its Fios TV app available on Apple TV as well as Amazon Fire TV, stating:
Now you can Mix & Match how you watch your favorite shows, too. The Fios TV Home App will be available on Apple TV 4K, Apple TV HD and Amazon Fire TV beginning July 22, 2021, creating new ways to watch live television with Verizon Fios. With the voice-powered Fios TV One, now included in new Fios TV packages4, customers get the first Fios TV box included at no additional charge, and can now watch live television on compatible devices throughout their home. Parents can watch live sports events on the Fios box in the living room while kids watch cartoons and teens watch comedies on connected TVs in their bedrooms. With Fios TV One enabling more flexibility, Fios TV users can more easily place TVs in the kitchen, on the back patio or other areas of the house.
The new Fios TV app for Apple TV, as well as Mix & Match options for Fios, will be available from Thursday, July 22.