The last couple of months - I have received emails from you on the channels that are being removed. What are you adding? Keeping ESPN classic is the difference between me finding another carrier and you. I have received offers from several carriers that I have ignored but I am now reconsidering. I am paying a good deal for this service and once I start to believe that I am not getting my money's worth (removing stations like espn classic), I am starting to consider those other offers
THIS IS A MUST ADD..... THIS SHOULD BE STANDARD. ITS 2013. Digital Life is In Vogue. Possibly a touchscreen. on it. if you guys dont have contacts solid enough on buying several cheap but seriously reliable remotes. make me an email and ill do the homework. just cut me in on this. like maybe free fios full pack for 10 years/ or lifetime. and a kickback on say .01-.02 cents on a dollar .RT-MWK06 Rii Mini Wireless Keyboard Universal Remote Control [Bluetooth] ( but buy them @100k units or more i canfns several more or have one made for verizon... but i want in!
I spent the day unable to log in to Verizon's incoming or outgoing email servers.
Some time ago, I received an email from Verizon instructing me to change server names and port numbers.
Originally I had used incoming.verizon.net and outgoing.verizon.net.
The email instruction was to change the incoming server to pop3.verizon.net and the outgoing server to smtp.verizon.net which I did. Things have worked swimmingly for many months.
I checked email client setup instructions on Verizon's site which also used the "new" server names I just described. All other settings (SSL authentication and port numbers) were also correct per the web site instructions.
This evening I reluctantly downloaded Verizon's "agent" (software which has usually crashed or locked up my system in the past). This time the agent software ran OK and succeeded in changing the client settings and logging onto Verizon's email server.
The only change that the software made to the client settings were: the incoming server name is incoming.verizon.net and the outgoing server name is outgoing.verizon.net.
Here's an idea: Keep setup information posted on Verizon's web site up to date so that those of us reluctant to use buggy Verizon software can manage account setup manually.
This idea is to improve the functionality of the DVR.
My issue is that when I am watching a program that is currently recording, and two other shows are scheduled to begin recording when the show I am watching ends, the DVR will display a pop-up window at the transition point asking whether I want to record both new shows or cancel one. When I choose to record both, the DVR kicks me out of the show I am watching and switches me over to one of the two new shows. To return to the program that I was viewing, I must go to the View Recordings list, find the program, start playing it from the beginning, and then search for where I left off.
The problem is that this should not happen. Since the show I am watching finishes recording before the other two begin, the two tuners are free to begin recording both new shows. The DVR should be prepared for this event and allow me to continue watching my program without interruption. If there is a technical reason that this cannot be done, then it should at least allow me to resume play from where I left off and not force me to restart.
Could someone in Verizon please look into fixing this issue?
More and more reports are continuing to come in regarding programs that have been deleted from the DVR and are no longer playable, but continue to be listed in the View Recordings list. This issue appears to be related to eSATA expansion drive users. Please either fix the problem or provide a solution.
Why can't the iOS apps let you manage DVR recording series, its just silly that I can create or cancel a series from my iOS devices but I can't manage the features of the series recording like retention, HD or SD, only new episodes, etc. And please, please please, integrate the various iOS apps, I don't think it makes one ounce of sense to make a user switch between 2 or 3 or even 4 different apps just to use/manage FiOS TV service....
first add HD spanish channel Azteca America. univision deportes.
need to add pac 12 network it being to long for verizon to think it over need to get the pac 12 on verizon before 13 college football season kick off. and other channels in HD to. hope to see improvement if you guys raise price u better add more hd channels and channels.
Why is my DVR menu re-arranged in a seemingly nonsensical and random manner? Please tell me that this is just a temporary mistake. I can understand wanting to place the Series Manager closer to the Recordings. But what is the point of putting the Scheduled Recordings so far away? And the Settings almost never need to be changed. Yet they are right next to Recordings now. Who thought this was a good idea?
I use the menu items in the following order (frequency):
Manage Series Recordings
Create New Recording
I rarely if ever use these options:
Auto-fix MRDVR Issues
The previous order wasn’t perfect, but it made far more sense than this one.
When your clients who are enrolled in online billing have to discontinue their service they no longer have access to their bill online nor do they receive a bill through the mail without being charged a fee to print it. They should have access to their information and be able to make a payment online until they pay the bill in full. It's a joke, and needs fixed.