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Verizon FiOS to offer month-to-month contracts, no ETF

June 21st, 2010

Verizon has announced a new month-to-month, contract-less option for its popular FiOS cable, internet, and phone service they are calling their “Worry-Free Guarantee.” The contractless option will allow customers in “California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia and the District of Columbia markets […] plus the FiOS markets …

Verizon Android devices get FiOS Mobile

January 19th, 2010

Verizon couch potatoes throw your hands up! If you have a DROID or Eris on Verizon, and you’re a FiOS customer, you can get FiOS Mobile on your phone now. You can check TV listings, adjust parental controls, set your DVR and even check out Videos On Demand with the new mobile application. Verizon also …

Verizon responds to Cablevision's Optimum Ultra service

April 30th, 2009

Honestly, we absolutely love it when a company ignores its instincts along with the onslaught of advice from its PR firm and talks, err, smack. Despite what some flacks may tell you, people want to hear it like it is and sometimes PR-ified nonsense does more harm than good. Then again, sometimes the opposite is …

Optimum Online announces Ultra service, 101Mbps/15Mbps for $99

April 28th, 2009

If you’re a Cablevision subscriber with a need for more bandwidth, you’re in for a real treat. Like, you might need to change your pants. Just announced a few seconds ago is Optimum Online’s new Ultra service. This takes their existing Boost service to a whole new level. Want to know how fast? How about …

Verizon to roll out 100Mbps FIOS in 2009

December 6th, 2008

According to Vincent O’Byrne, Verizon’s technology director, Verizon is planning to roll out 100Mbps FIOS in 2009. This move will expand the ultra high speed network beyond its limited test market which has been enjoying 100Mbps for at least a year now. With Comcast deploying DOCSIS 3.0 and upping the speeds it offers to 50Mbps …