Sunday, December 13, 2009

Verizon FiOS versus Cable

Cable TV and Internet service used to be considered cutting edge. But, technology has kept improving while the network of copper coaxial cables that cable companies have built around the country have not been upgraded to keep up with technology.

When cable companies try to pump huge amounts of data through their outdated copper cable networks, that data clogs in cables that can't handle the increased amount of data. That means that consumers get muddy TV pictures and slow Internet.

Many cable service subscribers can't use modern media applications online and can't download movies or music without waiting for hours because of the limitations of the old cable network.

Verizon FiOS is the answer consumers have been waiting for. State of the art optic fiber cables carry huge amounts of information almost instantly to TVs and computers.

Verizon FiOS TV users can get a crystal clear TV picture, real high definition channels that have unmatched picture and sound quality, and Internet that is fast enough to download music and movies in minutes as well as play video games, watch streaming content, and more. And you can get high quality Verizon FiOS service for around the same cost as traditional cable and satellite service.

There are some significant differences between cable and Verizon FiOS.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Direct Communications said...

I work in florida and many of the businesses are switching to fios. I've heard that cable is trying to edge into the small business market also.

December 24, 2009 1:28 PM  

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