Tips to Save Money: Verizon FIOS Promos

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Everyone seems to be talking only about money: how to make more, how to spend less and eventually how to save some. But doing all of that is not an easy business. You need money everywhere you go and sometimes everything may seem to drain your income.

In order to save money, you need to think outside of the box and research for the opportunities around you. No matter how big and successful they might be, companies always look for ways to attract more customers so you have the chance to find good deals if you know where to find them.

The Internet is full of ads that present tempting promos coming from different important companies. But first and foremost, you need to check if they are the real deal. This will prevent you from losing money instead of saving.

For example, the Verizon FIOS promos are genuine. You’ll see them on their official website and all around the Internet.

You know better what you need. Whether you’re looking for good answers to simple needs or for innovative performance, they represent a solution to save money.

You can save up to $49.99 a month. That is a significant amount of money. Piled up, they make a pretty big sum at the end of the year. Few persons can say they are ok with overspending so much every year just for telecommunications services.

Not to mention that there are so many other thing that you have to take care of. And all of them require money. It seems crazy sometimes to make ends meet successfully.

What about the quality?

Verizon is one of the biggest companies in the United States. If that’s not a valid guarantee for you, you should know that they currently hold the first place in the consumer reviews.

Surveys conducted by 451 Research and ConsumerSearch revealed the fact that the existent customers truly regard it as the most professional name in the industry.

The services you’ll get through the Verizon FIOS promotion code include many features that would normally be bought for lots of money such as HD TV, the fastest Internet on the market and crystal-clear calling.

You’ll also get 24/7 assistance. This is highly important as you never know when you want to find out something or when you’ll need guidance. The availability makes them really trustworthy.

Also, there are options according to your area and preferences. The FIOS promos aren’t limited to a single package. They have deals for all Triple Play and Double Play services. You won’t even be tied to a contract as they don’t require one.

Don’t waste precious money on unreliable services that could let you down when you need them most. Browse through the various Verizon FIOS promos and see how you can save money on cable, Internet and phone each month. In the same time, you’ll enjoy powerful technology and assistance that you can trust anytime.

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SONY PICTURES TELEVISION NETWORKS TODAY LAUNCHES getTV

getTV is bringing the brightest stars and most unforgettable films from classic Hollywood into the living rooms of television viewers across the U.S. Our programming showcases the epic stories, legendary characters and glamour of the golden age of film. We believe that getTV will become a favorite network for movie fans looking for strong stories and rich characters,” said Superna Kalle, senior vice president, U.S. networks, SPT and general manager, Sony Movie Channel, Cine Sony Television and getTV, who manages the network.

The network officially kicks off at 4 p.m. (ET)/1 p.m. (PT) with a month long salute to two-time Academy Award® winner Jack Lemmon, beginning with the 1957 military comedy classic OPERATION MAD BALL, starring Lemmon, Ernie Kovacs, and Mickey Rooney.

At launch, getTV’s 24/7 schedule features some of the best of Hollywood’s movies chosen primarily from the Sony Pictures library with titles ranging from Academy Award®-winning films to Westerns and comedies.

The network offers weekly ‘get’ themes and programming blocks that represent different genres and generations.  On Saturdays at ‘high noon’ viewers can ‘get out of town’ when getTV presents a full day and night of classic Westerns. On Sunday evenings the network highlights silver screen favorites and Tuesday’s primetime schedule ‘gets groovy,’ as getTV romps through the campy, comedic movies of the late 1950s and 1960s with its ‘Groovy Tuesdays’ block. Thursday and Friday nights, getTV features the work of iconic Hollywood stars. And, each weekday at 1 p.m. (ET)/10 a.m. (PT), the network showcases legendary film actresses with its ‘Afternoon Delight’ block.

In addition to its 24/7 schedule, getTV is launching the companion site get.tv, to provide viewers programming information, channel availability and an image-rich look at featured content. Film fans can also “get” social with the network, participate in upcoming sweepstakes and discover trivia by visiting getTV’s Facebook page.

Starting today, getTV can be seen on the following channels in these respective markets. In addition to the channel positions noted below, viewers are encouraged to consult their cable or pay TV service provider for additional location options or visit get.tv  for channel numbers in their respective areas. To preview a highlight clip of the network visit http://bit.ly/1biiNKm.

You have to plan for your own success

Home away from home. I am housesitting at my friend’s new apartment, to facilitate the Verizon guy coming in to set up FiOS and thinking “Smart TVs are really great!”

One phrase I have said sooo many times over the years is, “The person who invented (insert name of an awesome thing) should get the Nobel Prize.”
In the last 15 years or so, I have nominated for the Nobel Prize the person who invented the little case for my iPad that has the 2 way magnetic closure so when I open it, the tag isn’t hanging out but just snaps back (genius!), the person who invented autocorrect on smart phones so you can type random gibberish and it assumes what you might have been typing and gives you (sometimes smart) suggestions, the person who invented the clip-less pedals on my road bike (that I can stay attached to my bike is a fact that still amazes me seeing that I still have scar tissue on my inner calf from where my feet used to slip off my pedal and I would constantly graze the same small area over and over and over), the person who invented the coin sorters in the supermarkets so every few months, I can throw in a big bag of change and get a wad of real cash that I can spend on anything I want without having to roll any coins in a piece of paper. But today, drumroll, please…. Today, I nominate the guy who invented the smart TV. Yeah, Yeah, I know. It wasn’t a guy; the smart TV is the result of years of innovation culminating in a product that is still being refined and being perfected. But right now, I am in awe of the technology that is in front of me and I KNOW I am not alone. I know you’re out there. You agree with me!
So, FiOS. Insert Verizon plug here. I wish it also meant inserting some Verizon advertisement money in my pockets but maybe later.

I love technology!

And while I house-sit in the mostly empty apartment, being amazed at how great TV really is, I am doing my day’s quota of Pilates and eating fruit and planning my meals for the rest of the day. Because YOU HAVE TO PLAN FOR OUR OWN SUCCESS! That’s my quote of the day. Feel free to borrow it, only give me credit, I ask :-)

Planning for success in my Daniel’s Diet experience means having food on hand so I am not starving and cheating on the diet. It means bringing fruit along so I have snacks and don’t feel like buying and scarfing down an entire can of Pringles.

…and making plans for lunch that includes a tasty bean dish so I don’t feel constant cravings for the fried chicken that is never far away in this neighborhood.

Pray for me!

RUN WRIGHT

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Home away from home. I am housesitting at my friend’s new apartment, to facilitate the Verizon guy coming in to set up FiOS and thinking “Smart TVs are really great!”
One phrase I have said sooo many times over the years is, “The person who invented (insert name of an awesome thing) should get the Nobel Prize.”
In the last 15 years or so, I have nominated for the Nobel Prize the person who invented the little case for my iPad that has the 2 way magnetic closure so when I open it, the tag isn’t hanging out but just snaps back (genius!), the person who invented autocorrect on smart phones so you can type random gibberish and it assumes what you might have been typing and gives you (sometimes smart) suggestions, the person who invented the clip-less pedals on my road bike (that I can stay attached to my…

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