Best TV, Internet, and Phone Bundles 2021

We compared prices, internet speed, and channel counts for hundreds of bundles and found that Xfinity bundles are best for most while AT&T, Cox, Frontier, and Verizon Fios also offer great bundle deals.
Best for Most

Xfinity

Monthly price:
$39.99$159.99
Download speeds:
601000 Mbps
Available channels:
260
Best DIRECTV Bundles

AT&T

Monthly price:
$89.98$179.98
Download speeds:
100 Mbps
Available channels:
330
Best Cable TV Bundles

Cox

Monthly price:
$56.99$241.99
Download speeds:
251000 Mbps
Available channels:
250
Best DISH Bundles

Frontier

Monthly price:
$37.99$149.99
Download speeds:
6115 Mbps
Available channels:
290
Best Fiber Bundles

Verizon Fios

Monthly price:
$89.99/mo.$169.99/mo.
Download speeds:
200940 Mbps
Available channels:
425
Recent Updates: 1 month ago
We've updated our review on the best triple play bundles to showcase a couple of newcomers, Cox and Frontier. We also noticed quite a few of you asking in the comments about DISH bundles, so we've added info on how you can bundle your DISH satellite TV with internet as well. And check out the FAQ for some picks for the cheapest TV + internet and TV, internet, and phone bundles.

P.S. If you've got Spectrum, check out the FAQ for more info on its bundles. While Spectrum didn't make our top five picks for bundling due to its fairly steep prices, it does offer decent internet speeds and channel counts.

We sifted through hundreds of different TV, internet, and phone bundles to find some of the best out there. And when the dust settled, we found that Xfinity, AT&T, Cox, Frontier, and Verizon Fios offer some of the best-triple play bundles.

But which bundle is best for you? And are there other options out there? Let’s dig into the prices, channel counts, and internet speeds—plus all the bonus perks—to find out.

The best bundle deals for TV, internet, and phone
ProviderMonthly priceDownload speedsAvailable channelsLearn more
Xfinity Bundles$49.99$149.99*1001200 Mbps250View Plans
Xfinity Bundles$35$140*25800 Mbps260View Plans
Xfinity Bundles$39.99$159.99*601000 Mbps260View Plans
AT&T DIRECTV Bundles$89.98$179.98100 Mbps330View Plans
Cox Bundles$56.99$241.99251000 Mbps250View Plans
Frontier Bundles$37.99$149.99^6115 Mbps290View Plans
Verizon Bundles$89.99/mo.$169.99/mo.200940 Mbps425View Plans
Data effective 10/26/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
* For the first 12 or 24 months. Some packages require a 1- or 2-year agreement.
For first 12 months w/24 mo. agmt. Autopay & Paperless bill req'd. Prices higher in 2nd year.
For the first 12 months with a 2-year agreement.
^ Activation, and other fees & taxes apply and are subject to increase.

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How to pick the best TV, internet, and phone bundle

No bundle is a one-size-fits-all deal, and though we make a few recommendations here, there are some things you should consider when shopping for TV, internet, and phone service.

1. Look at what you get for the price

Obviously you want to stay within your budget, but if you’re comparing a couple of bundles (or maybe even providers), take a look at the internet speed and channels you get for that price.

There’s no sense in paying for channels you won’t watch or speed you don’t need. Similarly, you don’t want to pay a low price only to turn around and not have your favorite channel or run into frustratingly slow internet speeds.

As for phone service, most phone plans come with unlimited calling within the US. If you regularly call family members or friends in Canada or Mexico, make sure those calls are included in the plan or come at a low minute-by-minute cost.

2. Compare channel offerings

Channel selection can be an exercise of give and take, but it’s still worth investigating whether your bundle includes the channels you just have to have. For us, that’s HGTV, HBO, and ESPN. Everything else is optional.

Most providers have a channel guide on their websites. If you can’t match your bundle to the TV package, try matching channel counts or give your provider a call.

3. Get enough internet speed

While some bundles don’t give you many options for internet, some let you pick between a wide variety of download speeds. In general, here’s what you should look for:

  • 1–2 people: 40–100 Mbps
  • 2–4 people: 75–300 Mbps
  • 4+ people: 500+ Mbps

You should also estimate your internet speeds based on what your household does online:

  • Working/studying from home with video calls: 100+ Mbps
  • Using home security cameras: 100+ Mbps
  • Streaming 4K video: 75+ Mbps
  • Gaming: 40+ Mbps for most games

If you need more help figuring out your internet speed needs, our guide on how many Mbps is best should help.

Xfinity: Best TV, internet, and phone bundles for most

Xfinity Bundles in the Western US
Xfinity Bundles - West
Download speeds:
601000 Mbps
Available channels:
260
Starting at$39.99

Data effective 4/12/2021. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*For the first 12 or 24 months. Some packages require a 1- or 2-year agreement.

Xfinity’s wide availability and large assortment of bundled internet speeds and TV channels make it our pick for the best bundles for most people.

Our resident TV expert called out Xfinity TV for its “decent dollar to channel ratio” and the spacious storage of its X1 DVR. We also highlight Xfinity as the best value internet provider thanks to its strong internet speed performance, wide availability, and competitive prices.

But before you make the splurge, double-check that Xfinity’s TV fees won’t cause you grief. And keep an eye on that internet data cap of 1.2 TB.

Xfinity is also kind of an odd duck in that its bundles change depending on where you live in the US. So if you live in the Northeast you’ll see different bundle prices, channel counts, and download speeds than someone who lives west of the Mississippi.

Let’s take a look at some of the more popular bundles in each Xfinity region.

Xfinity TV, internet, and phone bundle prices for the Northeastern US
NamePriceInternet download speedTV channel countDetails
Standard Triple Play with Performance Pro Internet$89.99°200 Mbps130+View Plan
Select Triple Play with Blast Internet$99.99°800 Mbps205+View Plan
Signature Triple Play with Extreme Pro Internet$129.99°1200 Mbps210+View Plan
Super Triple Play$149.99°1200 Mbps245+View Plan
° For the first 24 months with a 2-year agreement.

Some of the Xfinity bundles available in the Northeast come with extra perks. At first glance, the Signature Triple Play and Super Triple Play bundles look exactly the same except for the price. But the difference is in the details:

  • Signature Triple Play comes with Netflix and EPIX
  • Super Triple Play comes with Netflix, HBO Max™, SHOWTIME®, TMC®, and EPIX

Also, both the Standard and Select Triple Play bundles come with a free upgrade to 1,200 Mbps download speeds for one year. Of course, watch out for that price bump after your year is up—we recommend downgrading your bundle if you find you don’t need those gig speeds.

Xfinity TV, internet, and phone bundle prices for the Central US
NamePriceInternet download speedTV channel countDetails
X1 Performance Starter Triple Play$100**25 Mbps200+View Plan
X1 HD Preferred Triple Play with Blast Internet$110°200 Mbps200+View Plan
X1 HD Premier Triple Play with Extreme Pro Internet$120°800 Mbps200+View Plan
** For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.
° For the first 24 months with a 2-year agreement.

As for the Central US, your bundles are a bit more straightforward than the Northeast’s options.

Xfinity TV, internet, and phone bundle prices for the Western US
NamePriceInternet download speedTV channel countDetails
Starter Pro Plus Triple Play$100††600 Mbps140+View Plan
Saver Pro Plus Triple Play$104.99††400 Mbps140+View Plan
Preferred Pro Plus Triple Play$130‡‡1000 Mbps220+View Plan
Premier Pro Plus Triple Play$159.99‡‡1000 Mbps220+View Plan
†† For the first 12 months
‡‡ For the first 24 months

Xfinity Bundles for the Western US also come with a couple of hidden perks. The Preferred Pro Plus Triple Play and Premier Pro Plus Triple Play bundles look the same aside from the price. Here’s the difference:

  • Preferred Pro Plus Triple Play comes with either HBO Max and SHOWTIME or Netflix and SHOWTIME
  • Premier Pro Plus Triple Play comes with Netflix, SHOWTIME, TMC, Hitz, and EPIX or HBO Max, SHOWTIME, TMC, Hitz, and EPIX

Xfinity phone service

Most of the Xfinity Voice phone service plans come with unlimited nationwide calls. But there are a couple of unique treats if you live in the Central or Northeastern US:

  • Central US: Xfinity Voice also includes unlimited calls to American Samoa, Canada, China, Guam, India, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Saipan, and the US Virgin Islands.
  • Northeastern US: Xfinity voice also includes unlimited calls to Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Singapore, and South Korea.

If your Xfinity Voice plan doesn’t include unlimited calls to a country where you need to keep in contact with someone, check the international rates before you rack up a whopper of a phone bill. Or give Xfinity Mobile a look.

View Bundles | Read Xfinity Internet Review | Read Xfinity TV Review

Compare Xfinity bundle prices in your area.

AT&T: Best DIRECTV and internet bundles

AT&T Internet + DIRECTV Bundles
AT&T Bundles - DIRECTV
Download speeds:
100 Mbps
Available channels:
330
Starting at$89.98

Data effective 4/12/2021. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*For first 12 months w/24 mo. agmt. Autopay & Paperless bill req’d. Prices higher in 2nd year.

DIRECTV isn’t the cheapest way to get all the channels, but it is one of our TV experts’ favorites. And AT&T’s DSL internet service now comes with a fiber-DSL hybrid option that boasts speeds up to 100 Mbps.

Best DIRECTV, AT&T internet, and phone bundles
NamePriceInternet download speedTV channel countDetails
DIRECTV ENTERTAINMENT All-Included Package + AT&T Internet + Phone Unlimited$109.98^^100 Mbps160+View Plan
DIRECTV CHOICE All-Included Package + AT&T Internet + Phone Unlimited$114.98^^100 Mbps185+View Plan
DIRECTV ULTIMATE All-Included Package + AT&T Internet + Phone Unlimited$129.98^^100 Mbps250+View Plan
DIRECTV PREMIER All-Included Package + AT&T Internet + Phone Unlimited$179.98^^100 Mbps330+View Plan
^^ for 12 months plus taxes & internet equip. fee w/ 24-mo. TV agmt & combined bill. Autopay & Paperless bill reqd. Prices higher in 2nd year. $10/mo. internet equip. fee applies*

DIRECTV comes with coveted channels like NFL SUNDAY TICKET, HBO, and SHOWTIME®. And if those channels don’t tickle your fancy, never fear. Even the basic DIRECTV package, ENTERTAINMENT, comes with a variety of 160+ channels. Our TV experts noted that DIRECTV channels have something for everyone: “for the family, for movie buffs, and for sports addicts.”

But what about AT&T Internet? There are definitely better internet options out there. DSL is an older technology and generally offers slower speeds than cable or fiber internet.  Thankfully, AT&T’s DSL features some of the newest technology available, so its speeds can rival cable or fiber internet depending on where you live.

The other good news is that your AT&T DSL internet data cap gets bumped up to unlimited data when you bundle.

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AT&T phone service

AT&T’s DIRECTV bundles all come with its Phone Unlimited home phone service. That service sports unlimited nationwide calls to numbers in the US, Canada, Mexico, and US territories. If you need to call someone in another country, check out AT&T’s international rates.

Though it’s not offered as a bundle deal, AT&T Wireless might be a better deal for you depending on your needs.

View Bundles | Read AT&T Internet Review | Read DIRECTV Review

Compare AT&T and DIRECTV bundle prices in your area.

Cox: Best cable TV, internet, and phone bundles

Cox Cable Bundles
Cox Bundles
Download speeds:
251000 Mbps
Available channels:
250
Starting at$56.99

Data effective 4/12/2021. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*for 12 mos. w/ 1-yr. term agrmt.

Cox recently changed the way you sign up for its internet, TV, and phone service. Now you can pretty much bundle whatever internet service with whatever TV package you want—and add phone service too if that’s your jam.

We love this approach because it really gives you the power to choose the exact bundle you want. Here’s a quick look at a few of the Cox TV, internet, and phone combos you can build:

Cox TV, internet, and phone bundle prices
NamePriceInternet download speedTV channel countDetails
Internet Preferred + Contour Preferred + Voice$169.99°°150 Mbps140+View Plan
Internet Ultimate + Contour Preferred + Voice$189.99°°500 Mbps140+View Plan
Internet Gigablast + Contour Preferred + Voice$209.99°°940 Mbps140+View Plan
Data effective 10/26/20. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
°° for 12 mos. w/ 1-yr. term agrmt.

Cox phone service

You can add Cox Voice Preferred to any internet and TV combo for an extra $20 a month. That gets you unlimited calls to the US, Canada, and Mexico, plus you can opt for a few other features, like keeping your old phone number or choosing how you want your info to show up in the phone book—or not.

  • Your info available only through directory assistance (411): $3.50/mo. extra
  • Non-published directory listing: $5.50/mo. extra

You can also add an international calling plan for an extra $2.99 a month. That gets you calls to more than 230 countries, but be sure to check those international rates too. (You’ll need to scroll down and select the country you’re calling.)

View Bundles | Read Cox Internet Review | Read Cox TV Review

Check Cox internet, TV, and phone bundle prices in your area.

Frontier: Best DISH TV and internet bundles

Frontier Bundles - HSI
Download speeds:
6115 Mbps
Available channels:
290
Starting at$37.99

Data effective 4/12/2021. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*plus $10/mo. Wi-Fi router service fee for 12 months with 2-yr. agmt. on new DISH service. Activation, taxes & other fees apply. Services subject to availability and all applicable terms and conditions. Speeds not guaranteed.

Frontier is but one of many ways you can bundle your internet service with DISH satellite TV. But we wish you could bundle Frontier’s FiberOptic internet with DISH instead of its DSL internet service.

Of course, you may live in an area where Frontier DSL is all you can get. If so, you’re at least not going to miss out on scrolling through hundreds of TV channels. Not to mention that DISH doesn’t punt your price sky-high after a few months, plus its Hopper DVR is one of the best on the market.

Here’s a quick look at how you can bundle DISH TV with Frontier internet, and we’ll touch on some other ways to pair your internet service with DISH in just a minute.

Frontier DSL internet + DISH satellite TV bundle prices
NamePriceInternet download speedTV channel countDetails
Frontier Internet + America's Top 120+ + Frontier Freedom Essentials$112.986 Mbps190+View Plan
Frontier Preferred Internet + Americas Top 120+ + Digital Phone Unlimited$119.9825 Mbps190+View Plan
Frontier Preferred Internet + America's Top 120+ + Frontier Freedom Essentials$119.9825 Mbps190+View Plan
Frontier Internet + America's Top 200 + Digital Phone Unlimited$122.986 Mbps240+View Plan
Frontier Preferred Internet + America's Top 200 + Digital Phone Unlimited$129.9825 Mbps240+View Plan
Frontier Preferred Internet + America's Top 200 + Frontier Freedom Essentials$129.9825 Mbps240+View Plan
Frontier Premium Internet + America's Top 250 + Digital Phone Unlimited$149.98115 Mbps290+View Plan
Frontier Premium Internet + America's Top 250 + Frontier Freedom Essentials$149.98115 Mbps290+View Plan

If Frontier DSL internet isn’t available in your part of the US, you’ve still got a couple more options for getting all those sweet, sweet DISH channels in your life.

Other ways to bundle DISH satellite TV with internet:

We’ve also heard that Windstream, Earthlink, and Verizon can pair internet with DISH TV, but couldn’t confirm. If you have one of these internet providers, give them a call and ask if they offer DISH TV bundles.

Frontier phone service

Frontier offers a few different types of phone service, and the main ones, Freedom Essentials and Digital Phone Unlimited, come with unlimited nationwide calling, plus calls to Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and US territories.

The main difference between these two phone plans is that Freedom Essentials is available in California, Florida, and Texas, while Digital Phone Unlimited is available everywhere else you can get Frontier service.

View Bundles | Read Frontier Internet Review | Read DISH TV Review

Compare Frontier internet and DISH TV bundle prices near you.

Verizon Fios: Best fiber internet and TV

Verizon Bundles
Download speeds:
200940 Mbps
Available channels:
425
Starting at$89.99/mo.

Data effective 4/12/2021. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*General: For new eligible TV and/or Internet res. custs. Availability varies. Wired & wireless Internet speeds vary due to device limits, multiple users, network & other factors. See Verizon.com/yourspeed for more info. $15/mo. router and $99 setup charges & other taxes & terms may apply. Auto Pay & paper-free billing reqd. Subj. to credit approval & may require a deposit. Fios TV: $12/mo. STB charge may apply.

Verizon is another favorite of ours when it comes to bundling because it lets you mix and match all your plans however you like. That means you can pick your internet speed and channel lineup.

Actually, Verizon takes that channel lineup one step further if you get its Your Fios TV package. With Your Fios TV, you get a recommended channel list based on your five favorite channels. So long, TV channels we don’t care for. And hello binge-watching favorites.

Here’s a look at some of the ways you can bundle Verizon Fios TV and internet together.

Verizon Fios TV + internet combos
NamePriceInternet download speedTV channel countDetails
200 Mbps Internet + Your Fios TV$89.99/mo.***200 Mbps125+View Plan
400 Mbps Internet + Your Fios TV$109.99/mo.***400 Mbps125+View Plan
Fios Gigabit Connection + More Fios TV$149.99/mo.†††Up to 940 Mbps300+View Plan
Fios Gigabit Connection + The Most Fios TV$169.99/mo.‡‡‡Up to 940 Mbps425+View Plan
*** *General: For new eligible TV and/or Internet res. custs. Availability varies. Wired & wireless Internet speeds vary due to device limits, multiple users, network & other factors. See Verizon.com/yourspeed for more info. $15/mo. router and $99 setup charges & other taxes & terms may apply. Auto Pay & paper-free billing reqd. Subj. to credit approval & may require a deposit. Fios TV: $12/mo. STB charge may apply.
††† General: For new eligible TV and/or Internet res. custs. Availability varies. Wired & wireless Internet speeds vary due to device limits, multiple users, network & other factors. See Verizon.com/yourspeed for more info. $15/mo. router and $99 setup charges & other taxes & terms may apply. Auto Pay (ACH or bank debit card only) & paper-free billing reqd. for Internet service. Subj. to credit approval & may require a deposit. Fios Gigabit Connection: Gigabit network connection to your home. Wired speeds up to 940/880 Mbps with avg. speeds betw. 750-940 Mbps download / 750-880 Mbps upload. Fios TV: $12/mo. STB charge may apply.
‡‡‡ *General: For new eligible TV and/or Internet res. custs. Availability varies. Wired & wireless Internet speeds vary due to device limits, multiple users, network & other factors. See Verizon.com/yourspeed for more info. $15/mo. router and $99 setup charges & other taxes & terms may apply. Auto Pay (ACH or bank debit card only) & paper-free billing reqd. for Internet service. Subj. to credit approval & may require a deposit. Fios Gigabit Connection: Gigabit network connection to your home. Wired speeds up to 940/880 Mbps with avg. speeds betw. 750-940 Mbps download / 750-880 Mbps upload. Fios TV: $12/mo. STB charge may apply.

You can also swap out one of your five favorite channels each billing cycle. So if you know your sports season is coming up, go ahead and tag ESPN in.

Verizon phone service

You can add Verizon home phone service to any TV plus internet combo for an extra $20 a month. That gets you unlimited calls to anywhere in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico. And Verizon also has international plans you might be able to upgrade to.

Don’t forget that Verizon is also home to one of the biggest wireless networks in the US. And you’ll save $10–$20 a month on your bundle bill if you have a Verizon Unlimited plan too.

View Bundles | Read Verizon Fios Home Internet Review | Read Verizon Fios TV Review

Check if Verizon Fios bundles are available near you.

Recap: Best TV, internet, and phone bundles

  • Comcast Xfinity: Best for most. Xfinity is available across most of the US and generally offers competitive prices for its bundles. It offers fast internet speeds, and the X1 DVR offers a lot of storage space.
  • AT&T: Best DIRECTV bundles. AT&T is one of the best ways to combine internet with all those glorious DIRECTV channels. Still, we wish you could bundle AT&T’s fiber internet with DIRECTV, but for now you’ve got a choice of AT&T DSL with speeds up to 100 Mbps.
  • Cox: Best cable TV bundles. We love Cox’s mix-and-match approach that lets you create a fairly personalized internet, TV, and phone bundle. It also offers a couple of phone service options that we haven’t seen offered anywhere else just yet.
  • Frontier: Best DISH TV bundles. Frontier lets you pair its DSL internet service with DISH TV. And if Frontier’s DSL speeds aren’t enough for you, you might be able to wrangle up a DISH TV and CenturyLink or Viasat bundle instead.
  • Verizon Fios: Best fiber bundles. Verizon gets a gold star for allowing you to mix and match your internet, TV, and phone service however you want. We’re especially keen on Your Fios TV, which lets you pick your five favorite channels and builds out a custom channel list for you.

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Methodology

When looking for providers that offer the best triple play bundles, we mainly focused on price and value.

  1. How do the bundle prices compare to other providers?
  2. Does the provider offer a discount if you bundle?
  3. Do you get a lot of internet speed for the price?
  4. Do you get a large channel selection for the price?

We also paid special attention to Cox and Verizon Fios, which allow you to customize your bundle selection. This approach makes it more likely you’ll get a TV and internet combo that you’ll be satisfied with.

FAQ

Still have questions about TV, internet, and phone bundles? Let’s find you some answers.

Who has the cheapest TV and internet packages?

Which provider has the cheapest TV and internet bundles depends on where you live, but we found Grande, RCN, Suddenlink, and Xfinity to all have TV plus internet packages at prices less than $60 a month. Take a look:

Who has the cheapest TV and internet bundles?
BundlePriceDownload speedTV channel countDetails
Xfinity Central – X1 Performance Starter Double Play$35.00/mo.*25 Mbps10+View Bundle
Xfinity West – Choice TV Select Double Play$39.99/mo.**100 Mbps10+View Bundle
RCN Boston – Digital Basic TV + 50 Mbps Internet$39.99/mo.†50 Mbps55+View Bundle
Xfinity Northeast – Choice Double Play$49.99/mo.††100 Mbps10+View Bundle
Grande Internet 300 + Basic TV$54.95/mo.‡300 Mbps40+View Bundle
Suddenlink Value TV + internet 10054.99/mo.‡‡100 Mbps200+View Bundle

Data effective 4/12/2021. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*For the first 12 months with a 1-year agreement.
**For the first 12 months
†For 12 months.
††For the first 24 months with a 2-year agreement.
‡For the first 12 months.
‡‡For first 12 months. Plus taxes, fees and other charges. Includes Auto Pay and Paperless Billing.

What’s the cheapest TV, internet, and phone package?

Finding the cheapest TV, internet, and phone bundle depends on where you live, but Frontier, MetroNet, Optimum, RCN, Suddenlink, WOW!, and Xfinity are great places to start. Here’s a look at some of the cheapest triple play bundles that ring in under $100.

Data effective 4/12/2021. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*For 12 months.
**For first 12 months. Plus taxes, fees and other charges. Includes Auto Pay and Paperless Billing.
†With 2-year agreement. Price for first 12 months.
††For 24 months. Plus taxes, fees, and other charges.
‡for 12 months with 2-year agreement. Actual speeds may vary. Installation, equipment fees, Internet Infrastructure Surcharge, Quantum service fee, VoIP admin fee, broadcast fee, RSN fee, early term, taxes & other fees apply. Services subject to availability and all applicable terms and conditions.
‡‡Offers available to new residential customers only and may not be combined with other offers.Bundled price is based on TV, discounted Internet, and discounted Phone.Regular internet rate of $59.95 will apply after 24 months. Regular Phone rate of $9.95 will apply after 24 months. Offers do not include taxes and fees. Additional installation fees may also apply. Regular rates apply upon service suspension, cancellation, or downgrades.
§For the first 24 months with a 2-year agreement.

What’s the best TV, internet, and phone bundle?

The best TV, internet, and phone bundle is one that gives you enough internet speed to support everyone in your home, plus enough channels to keep them entertained.

As for phone service, unlimited nationwide calls is a pretty standard feature—but some providers, like Frontier, Cox, AT&T, and Xfinity, also include unlimited calls to Canada, Mexico, and US territories.

And don’t forget cell phone service. Xfinity and Verizon both give you a discount on your monthly bill if you bundle and also have their wireless service.

Can you bundle cell phone, internet, and TV?

Yup, you can bundle your cell phone service with internet and TV. Providers like Xfinity and Verizon sometimes even offer a monthly discount on your bill if you use their Xfinity Mobile or Verizon Wireless service and also bundle internet and TV.

Are there other ways to bundle internet and phone with DIRECTV other than AT&T?

Yes, CenturyLink also offers DIRECTV, internet, and phone bundles that range in price from $149.99 to $214.99 a month.

Does Spectrum have bundles?

You bet Spectrum has both TV and internet and TV, internet, and phone bundles. We just found its prices to be a tad high for the internet speed and channels you get.

Here’s a quick look at the price and channel range for Spectrum bundles. (All of its bundles come with 200 Mbps internet speeds.)

Spectrum Bundles
Download speeds:
200 Mbps
Available channels:
200
Starting at$57.98

Data effective 4/12/2021. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.
*For the first 12 months.

Does Verizon have a TV and internet bundle?

Yes, Verizon has several TV and internet bundles to choose from. Its mix-and-match approach lets you combine any of its internet speeds (200, 400, and up to 940 Mbps) with any of its TV packages (125+, 300+, and 425+).

How much is Verizon internet and TV?

If you grab a Verizon Fios TV and internet bundle, you can expect to pay anywhere from $95.99 to $170.99 a month, depending on what internet speed and channel package you choose.

  • Mike

    I currently have Direct tv choice,internet, and landline phone. My current contract will expire soon. What company offers the best deal as Att says they will not renew at same price

  • Kevin Thomas

    So, where is the data on Spectrum!?

  • jmgbooks

    You should call DISH and ask them