reply to lilpriz
Re: [Southwest] FiOS is not available to us, but it is for our n I have a similar issue here in NJ. A few months ago I moved into a business condo complex which was exclusively Verizon DSL until Comcast came in about 2 years ago (and practically no one has switched to Comcast either). I called and spoke to a Verizon CSR and was told that FiOS wasn't available and they would escalate to engineering, but I never got a response back after about 2-3 tries. FiOS is available in the home condos which back the business condos, so it would make sense to me that they would have continued the expansion if they could.
Is there any way that someone could look into the reasons for this abrupt stop? I'll provide my information in a PM if you ask. You'd think they would want to switch all their DSL customers to better service, both increasing the number of subscribers and making their customers happier.
I am so anxious to get out of my Comcast contract, since their service is 2x more expensive than FiOS for half the speed. Their recent increase in the mandatory modem rental fee is just the tipping point.
West Chester, PA
Before VZ can install FIOS in an apartment/condo building the landlord/HOA must sign two agreements with VZ. One giving permission to install run fiber in the building, the other is a marketing agreement.
Check with your condo owners association to see if they have signed those agreements with VZ.
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