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ISP bandwidth issues continue to affect Netflix streaming service

Netflix revealed that while subscribers that use Verizon FiOS and other broadband services will see sluggish service, they can still access content, albeit at a lower quality or with some "startup delays" during peak hours, reports  FierceOnlineVideo  citing a  Wall Street Journa l story. According to the report, some FiOS subscribers reported that Netflix streams have become "unwatchable."  Read more

Cox hikes fees on programming and equipment in Hampton Roads, Va.

Cox Communications hasn't raised subscription fees on its Hampton Roads, Va., system, where it competes with Verizon's FiOS TV, in two years. But following rate hikes last year on FiOS programming packages and equipment, Cox said it'll hit subscribers in Hampton Roads with several price increases on March 1.

Verizon shutters its home monitoring, control service

Verizon is no longer going to let customers sign up for its much talked about Home Monitoring and Control product, reports  FierceCable. John Columbus, a Verizon spokesman, said it stopped accepting new orders in October. 

Verizon drops Home Monitoring and Control service

Verizon has stopped accepting orders for its Home Monitoring and Control product, and will only allow FiOS customers who already subscribe to the $9.99 monthly service to continue using it, a spokesman said Monday.

ADTRAN's Kevin Morgan becomes vice chair of FTTH Council Americas board

The Fiber to the Home Council Americas has named Kevin Morgan, ADTRAN's director of marketing communications, as the new vice chairman for its board of directors.

Verizon One Bill discount no longer offered to FiOS and wireless customers

Verizon is no longer offering customers who subscribe to both its FiOS and Verizon Wireless services $10 monthly discounts for agreeing to have charges for both services placed on one monthly bill, spokesman Bob Elek said Monday.

Verizon gives new FiOS triple-play customers two-year price lock

Verizon is looking to entice more FiOS Fiber to the Home (FTTH) subscribers by offering new triple-play customers the chance to lock their monthly rate for two years if they sign up for service before April 19.

Verizon touts OTT vision with OnCue deal, but will it become reality?

Verizon's move to purchase Intel's OTT service OnCue is promising in that it could give the incumbent telco another tool to deliver services over both its existing FiOS network and over the top to any device. However, there are questions about just how serious it is about the OTT TV opportunity. Josh Wein, editor of  FierceOnlineVideo, examines the possibilities in his latest Editor's Corner. 

Frontier launches TV Everywhere portal for FiOS subs

Frontier Communications said Wednesday that its FiOS TV subscribers in Oregon, Washington and Indiana can now access TV Everywhere content from Turner Broadcasting's cable networks, along with Fox News Channel, Fox Business Channel and NBCUniversal's coverage of the Winter Olympics.

FiOS TV growth slows to 92K net subscriber additions

Verizon said Tuesday that it gained 92,000 FiOS TV customers in the fourth quarter, with subscriber growth slowing compared to the 134,000 net FiOS TV additions that it reported in Q4 2012 and the 194,000 that it picked up during the same period in 2011.