DISH Network and Verizon FiOS Quantum TV are two customer favorites that offer the highest quality of products and services. The biggest difference between DISH Network and Verizon FiOS Quantum TV is price. The monthly price for service is less with DISH Network. The second biggest difference between the two is technology. DISH offers better technology at a lower price. Let’s take a look at the details.
DISH Network costs less than Verizon FiOS Quantum TV. Value can be assessed by comparing how many channels are in the package vs the cost of the package. Across all packages offered by Verizon FiOS Quantum TV, DISH provides more channels for less money. Verizon FiOS Quantum TV’s prices are higher even though the packages have virtually the same amount of channels or less channels than the DISH packages. DISH offers you more channels for less per month in every compared package.
DISH also offers promotions that save customers money. For example; DISH gives customers free HD (high definition) for life with a 24-month contract and signing up for auto pay. Verizon FiOS Quantum TV charges $10-$13 per month to get upgrades such as HD and DVR.
With all of the additional and higher fees, Verizon FiOS Quantum charges for upgrades and packages that DISH offers for free or at a lower price, DISH gives customers more value.
When it comes to technology, DISH Network has Verizon FiOS Quantum TV beat. DISH customers enjoy free Hopper 3 Whole-home HD DVR upgrades that allow them to watch their favorite programming anywhere, anytime. Verizon FiOS Quantum TV offers HD and DVR service and upgrades, but at a monthly price. DISH’s signature Hopper 3, allows viewers to record up to 500 hours of high definition TV, has the capability to record 8 shows at one time, and can store up to 2,000 hours of your favorite programming.
DISH Network also allows up to three non-DVR HD equipment upgrades for free. Verizon FiOS Quantum TV customers are required to pay an additional monthly fee for these technology upgrades.
Both DISH and Verizon FiOS Quantum technology allow multiple room viewing from one device. However for multi-room HD-DVR capabilities, Verizon FiOS Quantum TV charges around $8.00 more per month than DISH Network.
Only DISH has free built-in Sling technology with the Hopper, making recorded or live TV available to customers anywhere on mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers. Verizon FiOS Quantum TV has limited streaming ability.
Source: www.dish.com, http://fios.verizon.com/