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Frontier plans to grow FiOS, business services in Verizon markets it is acquiring

Frontier Communications says it sees potential revenue opportunities to expand FiOS and business services in California, Florida, and Texas-- three markets where it will enter next year when it completes its acquisition of Verizon's assets in those states.

AT&T forecasts uptick in IP broadband net adds in Q3

AT&T said it expects to report positive IP broadband net additions in the third quarter, while U-verse TV customers will drop.

Former Juniper CEO, Verizon veteran Kheradpir takes reins at Coriant

Coriant has tapped former Juniper CEO and Verizon veteran Shaygan Kheradpir as its new CEO and board chairman, succeeding Pat DiPietro, who will become the company's  chairman.

Verizon serves up 100 Mbps symmetrical FiOS tier, cuts 150 Mbps pricing

Verizon may be in the process of selling off its wireline assets in Florida to Frontier, but its move to offer new and existing FiOS customers that reside in the Tampa Bay region a 100 Mbps symmetrical speed tier shows the telco still sees value in its FTTH product line.

Altice bites into the Big Apple: If it can make it there, it — and the cable biz — can make it anywhere

Altice is promising to take an operator notoriously locked in an intense battle with a telco service, Verizon FiOS, in the majority of its footprint, and make it more profitable than cable companies with gobs more scale. For a U.S. cable industry trying to prove to investors it has a future, that strategy could change everything if it is successful.

Verizon's McAdam: We have no near-term plans to sell the wireline business

Verizon's chief says that despite emerging rumors about the company's future, the telco has no intention of divesting any more of its wireline assets.

Verizon's McAdam: We will support linear TV but the market is moving to OTT

Verizon will continue to sell its FiOS linear video product to consumers but the company is also ramping up its Go90 mobile video service and its skinny bundle packages to accommodate the rapid growth in consumers looking to ditch their linear service in favor of over-the-top services.

Frontier's Jureller: We can improve Verizon's broadband service without large investments

Frontier Communications says that as it moves to complete the integration of the Verizon assets it is buying in California, Florida and Texas, the service provider won't need to make a large capital investment in the networks to deliver higher DSL-based speeds.

Mass. mayors plead with Verizon to bring FiOS to their towns

Verizon may be sticking to its guns that it won't build out FiOS to any new markets, but that has not stopped the mayors from Peabody and Salem, Mass., from pleading with the telco to build out its FTTH service in their towns.

Verizon's Stratton: We don't see quad-play as essential

Verizon may have a strong set of wireline and wireless assets, but the telco does not see itself following its European service provider counterparts in offering a quad-play service bundle for its consumers.