10,000 American Miles for Verizon FiOS Triple Play – No Contract, Two Month Minimum

Jun 21, 2011

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Verizon is teaming up with American Airlines and offering 10,000 AA miles for new customers who sign up for their triple play (Voice/Data/TV) packages.

I’m actually in the market for a new internet/cable/phone provider, so I’ve been researching options in NYC and this deal seems good. Unfortunately, I can’t get Verizon in my building, but I’d probably go with this package if I could, mostly because I loathe Time Warner Cable and 10,000 AA miles is a pretty nice perk, too.

This seems like a decent amount of work for 10,000 miles, but if you are going to switch providers anyway, you should look into this and do a price comparison. If you can save money and walk away with some miles, this could make a lot of sense.
Verizon Link
American Airlines Registration page

T&C In order for 10,000 AAdvantage miles to be posted to eligible AAdvantage member account, customer must subscribe to a new eligible Voice/Data/TV Triple Play Bundle which includes new FiOS Internet and TV service. After ordering, customer must register for this offer at aadvantageverizonoffer.com. Customer must maintain service for 60 days with no past due balance on account to be eligible to receive mileage reward.  New service must be ordered between 6/20/2011 and 8/27/2011, customer must register on aadvantageverizonoffer.com by 8/27/2011, and service must be installed on or before 9/27/2011 in order to qualify.  Miles will be posted to Advantage Member Account within 90 days of service activation or within 30 days of registration on website, whichever is later.

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