Verizon is selling off TV, internet and phone services to a consortium of companies that includes AT&T, Comcast, Comcast’s satellite TV network, the cable giant DirecTV, Charter, Dish Network, Time Warner Cable and TWC.
Verizon says the deal will last through 2024.
The deals are worth $45 billion.
Verizon is making it easier for customers to sign up for TV and phone service by selling TV, radio and internet service for $100 a month for a two-year period.
AT&t and Comcast will be making the deals available for $25 a month.
Comcast’s TV service, which includes ESPN, is available on Verizon’s DirecTv service.
The Direc TV deal is the largest deal to be made by Verizon.
AT & T announced in February that it would offer a $30 a month package to Directv subscribers starting July 10.
The AT& t deal also comes on the heels of AT&ts $40-per-month Direcv package, but it was for a year and is now up for grabs.
Verizon, which already has Direc tv, has been selling its TV service to a group of companies including AT&&) Comcast, Charter and Time Warner.
Verizon announced the TV deal in February, and AT&tt&gt announced last week that it was selling TV and internet services for $85 a month, or $100 per year for a three-year term.
Verizon said the deal would be available in the U.S. on Oct. 10 and in Canada on Oct 25.
AT, Comcast and Charter have said they would sell the same service.
AT is the biggest pay TV provider in the country, with more than 500 million customers.
Verizon has been aggressively marketing the Direc service, but AT> said the new deal could have a ripple effect on the rest of the industry.
The companies said the Diretv deal will give Direc customers access to a variety of TV, sports and entertainment options.