Verizon FiOS once again was the star in the carrier's Q3 wireline portfolio, driving up revenues 13.4 percent to $2.8 billion, but it sees potential in extending the service to more small to medium businesses. Just how big is the SMB opportunity for wireline operators offering high speed services? What obstacles stand in their way?
Verizon's Q3 2013 FiOS broadband revenues rose 13.4 percent to $2.8 billion during a quarter that's normally known for seasonal broadband net subscriber losses.
Verizon may have grand plans for its six-tuner DVR that it announced in late 2011, but today it's unclear when that device will be deployed in customers' homes.
By Jim Barthold Counting 132,000 subscribers at the end of the second quarter, CenturyLink's (NYSE: CTL) Prism TV isn't as big a threat to cable operators as AT&T's (NYSE: T) U-verse...
Verizon wants Massachusetts lawmakers to see it as a tech company with a phone service, but it might have a hard time proving its case thanks to a commercial that touts its biggest technology play, FiOS, in a city where it's unavailable, Boston.
Verizon officials defended the company's decision to halt new construction for its FiOS network this week at public hearing in New Jersey Thursday, where its statewide franchise is up for renewal.
The suggestion that a more powerful Verizon Wireless could lead to the demise of FiOS--as first suggested in a FierceIPTV commentary--gained some market cred this week with members of the financial community.
There's increased speculation that Verizon could sell its wireline business, following its recent deal to buy Vodafone's 45 percent stake in Verizon Wireless.
Verizon Communications' recent decision to purchase the 45 percent of Verizon Wireless that Vodafone owned for $130 billion is going to make the company more unified and allow it to become more agile and innovative, said the telco's chairman and CEO.
Verizon may be able to boost sales of video-on-demand movies by offering group discounts to FiOS TV subscribers who would receive offers based on their viewing habits, according to a U.S. patent application published Thursday.