Sunday, November 1, 2009

The Verizon FiOS Quad Play

New additions nationwide for the Verizon FiOS TV service amounted to only 191,000, which falls short from 300,000 in the second quarter and the lowest since the second quarter of last year. Could it be that Verizon FiOS is slowing down its rollout schedule?

The slowdown could be because of various reasons, and nobody is discounting the economic climate as a major factor. But Verizon FiOS is promoting its bundled package of services that includes the traditional "triple play" of home phone, high speed Internet access and TV service... all with $150 back.

And now FiOS is also toying around with the quad-play where cell phone service is included as well. The Verizon FiOS quad-play bundles provide flexibility and savings. Customers will save between $59 and $179 per year with this new service.

Verizon FiOS will be introducing the quartet of bundled services in its eastern region, including New York, Virginia and Delaware and probably rolling out and expanding this service shortly thereafter...

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Verizon FiOS is Primed for Fiber Optic Technology

Some of the latest advances in TV entertainment, like the constant improvement of HD TV, can make a big difference in the quality of the content that consumers see. And this is revolutionizing the way people watch TV and receive data.

Verizon FiOS is the only TV, Internet and phone service that is ready to handle advancements in fiber optic technology. They have spent the past few years developing a state of the art fiber optic network that promotes speed and reliability - and America is better off for this.

Cable companies use a network of copper cables to deliver TV programming and Internet service into people's homes. Those networks of cables have been used for the past few decades and are antiquated. And so this is good news for FiOS.

Verizon FiOS built a brand new network of optic fiber cables from the ground up so that they would be ready to handle huge amounts of data now, and in the future. Fiber optic cables are an innovative alternative to traditional coaxial cable networks and satellite technology because the thick optic fibers that makeup the network process data differently than traditional cables. Verizon FiOS is preparing for a fiber optic future.

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