Partnership » Utah customers who buy combo of services will benefit.
By Vince Horiuchi
| The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Apr 30 2012 02:37 pm • Last Updated Apr 30 2012 06:27 pm
Verizon and Comcast have announced a joint deal for northern Utah in which customers can get incentives for signing up for a combination of cable TV, Internet and wireless services.
Depending on the package chosen, Utahns from Logan to Orem could receive a pre-paid Visa card worth $50 to $300, a complimentary one-year upgrade to faster Xfinity Internet service or double the 4G LTE data plan from Verizon.
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