On Demand

Free On Demand Marathon for Verizon FIOS Customers

Verizon FIOS Free On Demand Preview
Verizon FIOS

Free Preview Begins: November 10, 2017 (Friday)
Free Preview Ends: November 20, 2017 (Monday)

Verizon FIOS customers will be getting a free on-demand marathon November 10-20. To watch, use the On Demand button on your remote and select the Free Marathon folder. I’m not sure what kind of content will be available, you Verizon FIOS customers are welcome to come back and let us know in the comments.

There will also be a free preview of HBO and Cinemax November 14-20.

Thank you, Space Click for letting us know about this free preview! If you know about a free preview please let us know about it!

Channel Lineup:

On Demand Content

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  1. There are EPIX and Starz movies and shows included in the OnDemand marathon.

  2. The on-demand content is mostly for the standard, non-premium channels (ABC, AMC, CBS, FX, etc.) but the following premium channels are included: EPIX (movies, series, and a category called “Mature” that parents won’t want their kids to see); Showtime (not their full list, instead just the movie “Whitney” and the series “Billions,” “I’m Dying Up Here,” and “Ray Donovan”), and Starz (movies and series, including “American Gods” season 1 which is 8 episodes).

  3. Also, I just noticed that I can get Starz live TV (all channels) even though I am not a subscriber. So it may be a mistake but other FiOS customers might want to check channels 340-350/840-850. It might last as long as the on-demand marathon or it might stop at any time. This is the only premium channel that is currently turned on for me (not Epix or Showtime that are part of the on demand marathon)…

  4. I confirm that all the Starz channels (live TV) are unlocked (VH07).

  5. Not impressed with free preview – majority of the newer movies are restricted to HD at least were I live. Very frustration to have free preview that cannot use. I cannot even watch regular shows I missed on demand since they are only in HD. I will be cancelling verizon. Sick of their discretionary access for those who do not opt to pay extra for HD broadcast…

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