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Time Warner Cable preps FiOS attack even as it allies with Verizon on contract negotiation rules

The Godfather would be proud: Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ) are proving that their ugly spats are "only business." TWC plans a series of attacks on Verizon's FiOS service even

Frontier/Verizon cutover sees few glitches in Oregon

Frontier Communications (NYSE: FTR) may have run into some wholesale customer problems in West Va. when it transitioned the lines it acquired from Verizon (NYSE: VZ) to its own systems--issues that

Frontier Communications charts a new course

Yesterday, Frontier (NYSE: FTR) began new chapter of their life in the telecom history books with the completion of its acquisition of Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) rural lines in 14 states. When

Frontier wraps up acquisition of Verizon's rural lines

Fourteen mostly rural states will soon be heading down a new communications path as Frontier (NYSE: FTR) squares away its acquisition of Verizon's (NYSE: VZ) local phone lines. With the completion of

Frontier strikes a chord in the commercial sector

Frontier (NYSE: FTR) believes that its acquisition of Verizon's rural lines in 14 states set to be completed this Thursday will not only enhance its residential service capabilities, but also

Verizon takes another next-gen PON test drive

Verizon is pulling out all the stops lately to prove the viability of FiOS. Following its recent move to end long-term service contracts, Verizon has completed its second trial of XG-PON where it

Liberty's Malone trash talks Verizon's FiOS business as 'atrociously bad'

As part owner of satellite provider DirecTV, and chairman of Liberty Global, which owns cable operations in 14 countries outside the U.S., John Malone carries a ponderous weight among the pay-TV

Verizon offers month-to-month FiOS deal

Looking to counter negative ads that have focused on its doubling of early termination fees and stringent contract terms, Verizon is offering consumers the option of hooking up month-to-month FiOS

Verizon shifts FiOS plan to encourage more subscribers

Verizon, which is throttling back plans to expand FiOS while putting more emphasis on building a subscriber base throughout areas where the service has been started, is adding a couple more

Verizon lets customers try FiOS on for size

Verizon's (NYSE:VZ) move to allow its customers to try FiOS for a month and not penalizing them if they switch is a realization that consumers want the freedom see what actually fits their own needs.