Verizon offers Google Stadia for free with Fios Gigabit service

Joanna Estrada
January 23, 2020

Verizon now has a new partnership with Google for their gaming-crazy users. First off, it's the Stadia Premiere Edition, which includes a controller, a free three-month Stadia Pro subscription for access to games in up to 4K/60fps, and a Google Chromecast Ultra. All this comes at no additional price, well, just for the first three months of course.

Google also announce some of the new features that their streaming service will have inclding 4k gaming on the Wednesday, wireless gameplay on the Wednesday through Stadia controller and more. You also deserve to make employ of the promo code for Stadia interior 60 days of receiving it, so you might perhaps perhaps well additionally't take a seat on the deal until there are ample video games to make you pronounce.

Stadia Pro supports streaming up to 4k/60 frames-per-second and Dolby 5.1 surround sound. You will be able to access it through laptops, desktops, and selected phones and tablets. But it also costs $129 (though you do get a copy of Destiny 2 for your troubles).

Fios Gigabit packages start at $79.99 per month and are ideal for a virtually seamless entertainment and gaming experience.

Verizon has previously partnered with Google. But a freebie is a freebie, so if you're willing to become a Verizon Fios customers, here is what you'll get. After that, you'll be charged $9.99 per month for the Stadia Pro subscription if you prefer to continue.

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