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Switching to
Verizon Home Internet
is the easiest part of your move.

Ditch cable and switch. Check availability to
get the right internet service for your home.

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Switch to Verizon.
It’s simple.

The price you
see is
the price
you get.

No more worrying
about surprise price hikes.

No annual
hidden fees.

Get fast and reliable internet
with more flexibility.

No equipment
charges or data

Because no one likes
surprises on their bill.


We can help cover early
termination fees with a bill credit
of up to $500.

Already have Verizon Home Internet?

We're here to help you update your home internet service.
If you’re a Fios customer, click here to begin.

If you’re a 5G Home & LTE Home customer, click here to begin.

Switch to Verizon
Home Internet.

Check your new home’s address to find available home
internet plans and features.

Check availability

Three simple steps
to get moving.

1. Check availability.

Enter your address and find
out what internet service is
available to you.

2. Select your plan.

Choose the right plan built for
your needs and take advantage
of our offers.

3. Place your order.

Order online and install
your way.

Have questions?
We’ve got answers.

Can I move my current Verizon Home Internet service to a new address?

Verizon has made it easy for you to stay connected while you start your new adventure. For existing Fios customers, please click here to sign in to your account. We'll help you find out if we offer internet service at your new home and how to transfer it if we do.

Changing Service Location. You may not move the 5G Home Internet or LTE Home Internet service or equipment to another address without our authorization. If you are moving to a new address and wish to continue using the 5G Home Internet or LTE Home Internet service, then please contact us to confirm coverage and whether you can install/setup it or need professional installation/setup at your new address. If you move without notifying us, then we may not be able to provide service to you.

What internet is available at my address?

For Verizon Home Internet availability, it's all about the internet technology, how it's delivered to your home and where you live. Fios provides 100% fiber-optic internet with supercharged speeds and is widely available in metro and suburban areas of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. 5G Home Internet is now in more and more places around the country and is ultra-fast, ultra-simple wireless home internet powered by 5G Ultra Wideband. LTE Home Internet uses the wireless 4G LTE network to deliver home broadband internet service to your residence. LTE Home is available in many areas that don’t have Fios or 5G Home service.

To see which Verizon home internet service is available where you live, check availability.

I'm moving and Verizon internet is available at my new address. Do I need to pay an installation fee?

You're in luck. For 5G Home and LTE Home service, you can set up the equipment on your own, so there's no installation fee.

To transfer your Fios internet service to a new home, log in to your account to let us know that you will be moving. There may be an installation or setup charge when your new service is installed.

When should I set up Verizon Home Internet at my new home?

We recommend placing your order for Fios internet service two weeks in advance of moving into your new home, and we're here to make the process fast and easy. If you've already moved in, you can get started right now. Verizon offers evening and weekend appointments (in most areas) for Fios. Equipment for 5G Home and LTE Home will be sent to you for self-setup. It may take 2-4 days to arrive after you place your order.

What internet speed do I need when I’m moving to a new home?

Your ideal internet speed will depend on how you are using the internet. According to a 2021 Deloitte survey, the average household has 25 devices connected to their Wi-Fi network. Each device you add will use some of your internet bandwidth, and some devices (like home security devices or smart home devices) function in the background without you thinking about them. This is why review sites like Tom's Guide recommend you get an internet speed of 200 Mbps or higher if your household has more than one person, or if you like to game or stream content.

Does Verizon Home Internet participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)?

Yes. The ACP is a federal program that provides subsidized internet service for eligible customers. ACP qualified customers can get:

  • Up to one $30/month subsidy for each eligible household
  • Up to one $75/month subsidy for each eligible household on Tribal lands

If you qualify for ACP, the subsidy can be applied to your Verizon Home Internet plan. Both new and existing customers can take advantage of it. Learn more.