Verizon is offering a total of $20 monthly discounts to customers who sign up for at least one smartphone service plan and the FiOS Quantum Triple Play option.
The limited time deal, running March 7 through April 19, grants $10 per month off each bill and promises two-year contract savings of up to $480.
The deal extends to the $90 per month FiOS plan offering 50-25 Mbps broadband, TV and phone.
Although it’s a limited time deal, Verizon’s newest offer echoes other recent tweaks to plans and pricing the carrier has made.
In February, Verizon announced More Everything plans increasing the amount of data available for existing wireless plan price tiers. Earlier this week, Verizon introduced new AllSet prepaid plans that start at $35 and include data packages that rollover into the next billing period.
AT&T’s new Mobile Share plans and Sprint’s Framily plans have also come along in 2014 as it appears national carriers are having to respond to T-Mobile’s disruptive moves that have helped earn the fourth-place carrier a million-plus new customers in each of the last three quarters.