Verizon’s top Massachusetts executive says the company will be curtailing the expansion of its FiOS TV service into new communities in the state in 2010 to focus on building out its network in the towns where it already has licensing agreements.
Verizon has just added another Massachusetts town to its FiOS roster as it has just lit up Westford, Mass. The town’s Board of Selectmen granted the ILEC a 15-year cable franchise. To date, Verizon now offers FiOS TV and Internet to 104 Massachusetts communities. Under a 15-year license agreement, Verizon has built in provisions to serve the town including: provisions for the network’s future …
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Verizon takes FiOS into Westford, Mass. (FierceTelecom)
TV widget allows FiOS TV users to check weather report without veering from morning TV show.
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WeatherBug headed to Verizon TV (Orange County Register)
A single stalled router is being blamed by Verizon officials for a service outage that impacted customers of its high-speed Internet service, including fiberoptic FiOS, in New York and Massachusetts.
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Single point of failure blamed for Verizon FiOS, DSL outage (BetaNews)
Verizon announced it will provide New England Patriots video-on-demand programming to FiOS TV subscribers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island for no extra charge.
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FiOS TV Scores With New England Patriots’ VOD (MultiChannel News)
BOSTON, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ — For avid New England Patriots fans who just can’t get enough of the Flying Elvises, Verizon has them well-covered. Verizon announced Thursday (Oct. 1) that a wide variety of cable-exclusive New England Patriots programming will now be available, free of charge, 24 hours a day to FiOS TV subscribers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Verizon’s on-demand service …