Verizon Tv packages are so weird to me If you order the premiere package from Direct TV then you will recieve all the major movie channels, so it surprised me when I switched over to Verizon that even though I had purchased their most expensive Tv package that it still did not include HBO and Encore. I noticed this about thier other packages as well how channels were weirdly grouped. So in the basic package you get the Biograpy channel but in some of the higher packages you dont. I had even onced moved up to the second highest package to realize that it did not include all the espn channels. I hope that Verizon takes another look at how they group their channels and put together packages that make more sense.
Works with many major streaming offerings except Verion Redbox Instant and Amazon Instant Video.
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Players exist for about any device: Windows PC, Macs, Roku, Apple TV, ipads, iPhones, Android, Windows phones, PS4, Xbox, various Blue Ray/ DVD players.. except of course Verion STBs.
I just bought a DVD/Blue ray DVD and it came with a UV code so now I can stream that movie on any platorm or service that supports UV. Why can't this customer friendly service be available from Verizon STBs?
FiOS, Please add more news channels like The Blaze, RT, Press TV and some other news channels. Fox News, CNN, and other channels are not always following our point of views. People have rights to watch these alternative media channels. If I had a satellite dish I would be getting these channels already. Also we need another Weather Channel added the Weather Channel is not covering local weather that much like they used to.
You should be able to search for movies with one click, instead of going into each channel and repeating the search over and over. Even better: search for movies on cable channels and premium channels all at the same search!
I have no idea why, despite subscribing to the FXX channel (I've checked, and yes I have it), there is no FXX folder in the On Demand menu. This is very frustrating because I can't stay up late enough to watch the shows on the channel I want to live. I'm paying for the channel, I should be able to watch it On Demand just like everything else I am paying for. If it makes any difference, my FiOS service is in Montgomery County, MD
When I had Direct TV, their "premier" package included all movie channels and all channels except for specialty channels, such as Spanish and 3D channels. So I find it weird that Verizon has chosen to omit channels from their high end packages (Extreme and Ultimate HD) that I would think would be included in their basic package. I initially purchased the Prime HD package, then I had to upgrade after realizing that it did not have some of the espn channels that I watch and for some reason it did not include Bio HD. So then I thought about moving to the Extreme package since it looked like it included most channels I wanted to see, then I realize that it did not include any movie channels. So that bought me to the Ultimate HD package, but once again I was disappointed that it did not include ALL movie stations. It seemed weird that I would have to still purchase HBO, Encore and Starz and purchasing your high end movie package.
I think you should add the HBO series true blood to on demand the final season is coming up in a few months and I missed the entire last season being away for 11 months I live in Maryland and it would greatly be appreciated by me and many others as well. Thank you very much
Right now Fox Sports 2 in the NJ region is channel 198 while FXX is next to Fox Sports 1 at channel 84. Please switch them so all of the sports channels can be next to each other. That would also give Fox Sports 2 the HD channel (584) that FXX currently occupies.
If it isn't too inconvenient or expensive, we would love to see the option to have a channel package or FiOS TV personalization option of Community Access TV from all 5 of New York City's boroughs. We happen to live in Brooklyn, but sometimes people have connections, be they personal or business, with other borroughs as well; so why should our community access TV be limited to just one borough? It would also be more representative of New York City as a whole. Channel offerings would be to include CUNY TV from all 5 boroughs as well as the local Community Access channels.