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Moving is expensive, so it’s good to save money wherever you can. An excellent place to start is by bundling your internet and TV together. Fortunately, there are a lot of bundle‌ ‌deals available, especially for new customers. Plus, when you bundle, you have everything on one convenient bill.

If you’re looking for cheap‌ ‌bundles with companies like Xfinity, AT&T, or Verizon, most service providers offer deals for cheap bundles to movers. You don’t have to go through the tedious task of shopping and comparing all on your own, though. MYMOVE has done all of the hard work for you. We know all about TV service providers and the best internet options to bundle. Let’s get started.

Best TV and Internet Bundle Deals

We picked out some AT&T bundles and Verizon Fios bundles to make it easier for you to compare. We also broke down a Cox bundle and an Xfinity bundle (also known as Comcast bundles) to make it easier for you to decide which one is right for you.

AT&T, U-verse TV + Internet

The AT&T Internet and U-verse bundle package has starting prices of $89.99/mo. With this package, you’ll get 180+ channels and 100Mbps of internet speed. You’ll just want to take note of their $35 activation fee and early termination fee.

AT&T, U-verse TV + Internet
Starting price Number of channels Internet speeds up to  Notable bundle features Contract
$89.99/mo. 180+ 100 Mbps Includes HD service 1 year

$20/mo.Money saved by bundling:

(TV only costs $59.99/mo. Internet only costs $50/mo.)

*Prices as of 12/11/2019

Cox Communications, Bronze Bundle

Cox bundles also include phone service. With its Bronze bundle, you get 140+ channels, internet speeds up to 150 Mbps, and phone service for the starting price of $89.99/mo. plus free install. If that’s something you’re looking for (especially with a new move), this might be a good deal for you. Keep in mind that equipment fees can add to your monthly cost.

Cox Communications, Bronze Bundle
Starting price Number of channels Internet speeds up to  Notable bundle features Contract
$89.99/mo. 140+ 150 Mbps Free install 2 years

Money saved by bundling:

The bundle is $4/mo. more expensive than individual packages.

(TV only costs $25/mo. Internet only costs $29.99/mo. Voice only costs $29.99/mo. )

*Prices as of 12/11/2019

Verizon Fios, Fios Gigabit Connection with Custom TV 

According to ACSI (American Customer Satisfaction Index), Verizon Fios is the number one internet company for customer satisfaction. They have reasonable prices ($69.99/mo. for both TV and internet) and are offering one year of Disney+ free with any bundle. Plus, Verizon’s fiber internet is some of the fastest around with speeds up to 940/880 Mbps. Just take note of equipment charges and other fees.

Verizon Fios, Fios Gigabit Connection with Custom TV 
Starting price Number of channels Internet speeds up to  Notable bundle features Contract
$69.99/mo. Varies by package selection 940/880 Mbps Get Disney+ free for one year 1 year

Money saved by bundling:

The bundle is $4/mo. more expensive than individual packages.

(TV-only service is unavailable. Internet-only service costs $39.99/mo.)

*Prices as of 12/11/2019

Xfinity Select Double Play

Prices for the Select Double Play service start at $79.99/mo. for up to 200 Mbps internet speeds and 210+ channels. For you streamers, the Signature Double Play bundle also comes with free Netflix (prices for that package starts at $99.99/mo.).

Just be on the lookout for monthly fees, including a Broadcast TV Fee (up to $14.95/mo.) and a Regional Sports Fee (up to $8.75/mo.).

Xfinity Select Double Play
Starting price Number of channels Internet speeds up to  Notable bundle features Contract
$79.99/mo. 210+ 200 Mbps Xfinity Stream app to download & watch TV on the go 2 years

Money saved by bundling:

$5/mo.

(TV only costs $49.99/mo. Internet only costs $34.99.mo.)

*Prices as of 12/11/2019

Frontier, DISH Bundle

Frontier Communications internet and DISH satellite TV have teamed up for this bundle. Packages start at $80.99/mo for 190 channels and internet speeds up to 6 Mbps. Make sure to keep an eye out for installation and equipment fees.

Frontier, DISH Bundle
Starting price Number of channels Internet speeds up to  Notable bundle features Contract
$80.99/mo. 190 6 Mbps It comes with eight email accounts and 5Gb of storage. 2 years

Money saved by bundling:

$6/mo.

(TV only costs $59.99/mo. Internet only costs $27/mo.)

*Prices as of 12/11/2019

We acquired our list by looking at data gathered by ACSI.org. This helped us identify the most sought-after providers. To get accurate pricing and information, we researched each company’s website for the latest offerings.

Is it really cheaper to bundle my TV and internet?

This isn’t exactly a clear cut. While it usually is cheaper to bundle, it depends on the area you’re moving to. It also depends on what kind of services the providers offer in your area. There are a lot of different factors.

Let’s break down some options from Cox Communications, as an example. If you order their Cox Internet Starter 10 package by itself, you’ll pay $29.99/mo. If you order Cox Contour TV by itself, you will pay $69.99/mo. That’s a total of $99.99. However, if you order their bundle package, then you will pay $89.99/mo. for the first 12 months. That’s a savings of $120 over the course of a year.

What should you consider when choosing a bundle deal

There are several things to consider when deciding on which bundle package you want to go with. Before you sign on the dotted line, here are a few things to keep in mind.

  • The length of the bundle deal.
    You could sign up for a bundle deal that changes to a regular price after one year. Yet, you have a two-year agreement. Make sure you calculate your costs for the entire duration of the contract.
  • The speed of the internet plan.
    The internet speed you need for your house might not be available in a bundle. Be sure you are getting the kind of data and speed that will work best in your new home.
  • The number of channels included.
    You’ll want to look at the channel choices in the TV service you’ll receive in the bundle package. If you end up with a lot of channels you won’t watch, it won’t be worth it. You might need something more customized.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does it mean to “bundle TV and internet?”

Bundling TV and internet means you are going to get one package plan that includes both your TV service and your internet service. What’s nice is that you’ll have one bill for both. Plus, you can oftentimes find deals for bundles.

What is the cheapest internet and TV bundle?

Deals on bundles change from time to time, so it’s difficult to definitively say what’s the cheapest. You’ll want to shop for deals in the area you’ve just moved to and compare plans.

What is the best internet and TV bundle?

The best is subjective. It really depends on what your household is looking for. One person might think the cheapest bundle is the best, while someone else thinks it’s more important to have a higher internet speed and more channels, rather than a less expensive price tag.

Will my price always stay the same?

Not likely. One of the benefits of moving into a new place is taking advantage of the latest deals for new customers. That advantage doesn’t last forever, though. Usually, after one year, your price will increase. Be sure to check with the provider you choose.

What if I need really fast internet?

Then chances are, you’re going to have to purchase a more expensive TV option, as well. The plans come in price levels. The lowest-priced option is the basic service of both internet and TV. The highest-priced option will be the fastest internet and the maximum amount of TV.


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