fiosHave you ever found yourself overwhelmed by options? Maybe you’re trying out mattresses, or looking for a new car, or maybe you just popped into your neighborhood.  If only there were a free preview for life’s most common letdowns …

Here are a few examples that’ll help you remember to check before you experience your buyer beware moment.

Pets: Foster or dogsit before you adopt

Are you considering adding a furry friend to your life? Not sure you can handle the responsibility full time? Why not try it out for a few days and see how it feels?  Maybe, you consider fostering an animal in need from your local shelter. Fostering differs from adoption in that you aren’t signing up for a long-term commitment.

Neighborhoods: Take a casual stroll into the future.

Let’s say you have to move across the country for work, or are considering buying a house in a part of town you haven’t spent much time in, chances are you’ll want to get a feel for what it’s really like to live there: Who are the neighbors? Where are the local schools? What’s the nightlife like? Any good restaurants in the area? Grocery store options? How about access to public transportation?

You’ll never run into the problem w/ Verizon Fios TV and here’s the reason why!!!

Extra TV channels

You’ve heard the buzz behind premium TV and movie channels and don’t want to be left out. They’re called premium for a reason, right? You decide to commit and then end up watching one show for its short stint, and now you’re stuck with that monthly fee. Well, don’t fear. Because this is actually the one thing on the list you can try before you buy—Free View on Fios TV.

If you’re a Fios TV customer, you can preview a premium TV and movie channel for 48 hours onyour time. Start your 48-hour window at your convenience, and get one free preview per year per premium channel including HBO®, Showtime®, STARZ, EPIX and Cinemax®.

I’m so glad that I made the switch to Verizon Fios because BetterMatters!!!

….and you should too!!!


Disclosure: This is a sponsored post as a part of a campaign I’m doing with Verizon FiOS in New York.