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Verizon says fewer customers are purchasing battery backup for fiber home voice services

Verizon is finding that as more of its customers migrate over to FiOS or it switches copper customers onto a fiber-based voice connection, more of its customers are increasingly using their cell phones as their voice connection during a power outage.

Verizon extends free FiOS speed upgrade to small businesses

Verizon is giving its small business customers that reside in its FiOS fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) markets a free Internet speed upgrade.

McCarthy: Frontier will expand FiOS in markets it purchased from Verizon

A top Frontier executive sees an opportunity to increase its fiber and copper-based broadband share when it completes its purchase of Verizon's wireline properties in three states later this year.

Verizon FiOS launches global triple-play bundle

Verizon has launched a new global FiOS triple-play bundle as a way to appeal to customers that want custom international programming.

Cablevision sues Verizon over FiOS ad

Cablevision is suing Verizon Communications in a Manhattan federal court claiming that its TV commercial that says Verizon's FiOS is not 100 percent fiber optic cable is truthful.

Verizon's skinny bundle porks up fast with add-ons, Consumer Reports finds

Count Consumer Reports as not impressed by Verizon's attempt to create smaller, more flexible pay-TV bundles for customers. In a post published Wednesday, columnist Eileen McCoy described a frustrating scenario in which she paid more than she expected while missing out on channels that she regularly watches.

Frontier gets FTC approval to proceed with Verizon asset deal

Frontier Communications has received Federal Trade Commission (FTC) approval for its pending acquisition of Verizon's wireline operations in California, Florida and Texas, clearing one of the...

Frontier's McCarthy: We'll migrate more broadband customers to speeds above 6 Mbps

Frontier Communications sees a large opportunity to drive more of its residential broadband users--the majority of which are still on a low-speed 6 Mbps connection--to the higher speeds that it's making available across its network footprint.

Cogent, Verizon sign long-term interconnection pact

Cogent and Verizon have signed an interconnection agreement that could potentially improve the way video content like Netflix gets delivered to end users over their FiOS and DSL network connections.

Despite Verizon's FiOS, wireline investments in Massachusetts, Boston still can't get FTTH

Verizon may have made continual progress in enhancing its wireline network in Massachusetts by investing more than $331 million in the state last year, but major cities like Boston still can't get its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) service.