Monday, December 7, 2009

Watch What You Want When You Want with Verizon FiOS TV On Demand

Switch to Verizon FiOS TV service and never miss your favorite programs again, even if they are in HD. Sometimes it’s really tough to make it home in time to catch a special concert, sporting event, movie, or a TV show that you really like.

Between work, family obligations, commuting and other responsibilities people get so busy that they just can’t find the time to do everything they want to do, including watching a favorite program. But you don’t have to buy an expensive recording system or spend hours trying to figure out how to program your digital video recorder in order to catch your favorite shows and movies when it’s convenient for you.

When you have Verizon FiOS you have Verizon FiOS On Demand, and Verizon FiOS On Demand has thousands of popular TV shows, movies and events that you can watch when it’s the right time for you.

Verizon FiOS On Demand has more than 15,000 movies, TV shows and other events available 24 hours a day so that if you want to watch a newly released blockbuster at 2 AM you can. Or if you want to catch up on the latest episode of your favorite prime time drama the day after it airs you can. Many of the programs and movies offered through Verizon FiOS On Demand are free, and you can watch them for a full 24 hours so that if you get interrupted while you’re watching you can just pause the program and pick it up again later.

Best of all, On Demand had thousands of TV shows and movies that are offered in HD so you can still catch your favorite shows in HD even though you missed the original air date of the show. No other TV service gives you thousands of HD choices as well as more than 15,000 programs that you can watch whenever you want for either a very low cost or for free. That alone is a great reason to switch to the Verizon FiOS network.

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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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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Experts Say Verizon FiOS TV is the Future of TV Service

Verizon FiOS, the first fiber optic network used for TV and Internet service, is being hailed by experts as the future of telecommunications. The FiOS fiber optic network allows data and images to be sent over much greater distances than traditional coaxial cable and the image and data that travel along the optic fiber don’t degrade the way that they do when traveling along a copper wire or coaxial cable.

The images and data degrade because the coaxial cable isn’t large enough or powerful to hold all the data that is being sent. An optic fiber is much more powerful and can send extremely dense images and data files very quickly through the network.

Because the Verizon FiOS fiber optic network can deliver better quality images and larger amounts of data it will be the network of choice for consumers for years to come. Already consumers are spending thousands of dollars on high end HD TVs so that they can get a real high definition picture in their homes.

Those consumers know that in order to see TV images in true HD they need to use a network like FiOS that has the strength and speed to handle large amounts of data and high resolution images. The future of Verizon FiOS TV is promising...

Experts are predicting that the rapid developments in technology will make it a necessity for companies that provide TV and Internet services to switch to fiber optics in order to keep up with new formats, more data, and higher customer expectations. Traditional cable providers and satellite TV companies will need to start from scratch building new networks and investing in more advanced technology will mean a lot of hassle and expense for customers.

Verizon FiOS already has a solid fiber optic network in place so customers know that Verizon will be able to deliver the kind of quality and affordability they want for years to come...

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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Verizon FiOS is an Industry Leader in Quality

Verizon FiOS is an Industry Leader in Quality

People who want the highest quality TV and Internet service choose Verizon FiOS. Consumers these days demand high quality as well as an affordable price when it comes to services like TV, Internet and home phone service. Because so many people are cutting back on things like movies, concerts and other expensive outside entertainments and turning instead to home entertainment it’s important to them that they get high quality TV and great HD as well as fast Internet connections that will let them watch movies and TV online.

The cutting edge Verizon FiOS fiber optic network delivers the best quality TV picture available to home consumers, thanks to the innovative optic fibers that the network is built on. Using fiber optics instead of traditional coaxial cable means that the dense TV signal doesn’t break down or degrade as it travels to your TV, which results in a better picture on your TV and faster Internet speed for your computer.

HD fans all over the country agree that when it comes to getting the best HD picture available Verizon FiOS is the hands down winner. It’s not just other consumers that praise Verizon for the technologically advanced FiOS network. Critics, reviewers, and industry professionals that work in TV as well as in telecommunications and digital media all say that Verizon is setting a new standard for TV and Internet service with the FiOS network.

Cable and satellite companies are having a tough time beating the great financial incentives that Verizon gives to customers, like specially priced service bundles and enticements such as a free Net book for new customers. Cable and satellite companies also can’t come close to beating the quality of the Verizon FiOS network because the outdated coaxial and copper cables that their networks are built on are quickly becoming outdated. Verizon FiOS is ready for future technology advancements and will be able to meet the high standards of customers for years to come with their all fiber optic network.

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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Verizon FiOS is the First Fiber Optic Network

Verizon FiOS is the First Fiber Optic Network

Using fiber optics for residential services like TV and Internet is still very new, and Verizon FiOS is the first entirely fiber optic network to be used by any company to deliver digital TV, high speed Internet, and digital quality home phone service to consumers. Building the fiber optic network was a long and costly process, but Verizon realized that investing in building a strong fiber optic network from the ground up would put them on the cutting edge of TV and Internet service. Most cable companies are still using outdated networks made up of primarily copper cables. These cables aren’t built to handle the data load that makes up the signal of today’s high quality HD TV programming. They also struggle to handle large downloads and chunks of information from the Web, meaning that multi-media content online is often degraded and either streams slowly or doesn’t look and sound as good as it should.

Using fiber optics allows more data to be sent at faster speeds to your TV receiver and Internet modem. The more data that comes through, the better the quality of the picture on your TV will be because that extra data will help enhance the picture and sound quality. Fiber optic cables are like firehoses when it comes to delivering information and copper cables are like garden hoses. The first coaxial cable, the kind of cable that cable companies use, was introduced in 1940. Coaxial cable hasn’t really changed much in all those years, and experts predict that coaxial cables will soon be too outdated to handle most of today’s modern media. Many people would prefer to get their TV service and Internet through a modern, updated firehose instead of an outdated, antiquated garden hose. With Verizon FiOS you get the ultra high quality that only a fiber optic network can provide at around the same cost, or sometimes an even lower cost, than most cable or satellite companies.

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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Verizon FiOS1 Channels in New York and New Jersey

Verizon FiOS TV subscribers in Long Island in New York and in many counties in New Jersey have new exciting new choices for local information and entertainment on two new channels called FiOS1.

FiOS1 Long Island and FiOS1 New Jersey will bring many viewers new options including news, weather, sports and traffic. And the channels won't be found on cable TV.

FiOS1 Long Island and FiOS1 New Jersey are about the community support. These FiOS1 channels will help delivery of truly local information to the people. People are striving for relevance to their lifestyle choices.

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FiOS1 on Long Island, New York will offer a program about people sharing their experiences in everyday life on the island. In-depth stories about local activities, events and people will be the premise.

Sports will also be significant with FiOS1 New York and FiOS1 New Jersey. No doubt there are tons of sports fans in these areas and so this will go over big. High school football, basketball and lacrosse games in the region will be featured and that is just the beginning.

FiOS1 is shaping up to be a big hit no doubt.

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