I have the digital voice phone service in my bundle, which includes voicemail for my home phone. If I miss a call, a light on my phone handset blinks, and a message is displayed telling me "New Voice Mail" so I'm alerted to call and retrieve the message(s).
The vast majority of the "messages" waiting for me are silences because no message has actually been left. It's probably a robocaller that has dialled me (even though my number is on the Do Not Call list) and stayed on the line just long enough to trigger the voicemail recording function at Verizon.
Why can't Verizon's system recognize these false messages and not record them, and not set the "messages waiting" flag on my phone? It is a big time waster. Looking at the caller IDs before calling voicemail isn't a workaround, since most of the callers' IDs say simply "Out of Area" or "Unavailable" or some similar unhelpful information. And this is even though I've blocked anonymous calls (the definition of which is obviously too narrow if all someone has to do is list himself as "Unavailable" to skirt Verizon's technology). Moreover, my caller ID lists "Verizon VM" for half the incoming calls, and that's a time-waster, too.
IF YOU DROP AMC FROM THE CHANNEL LINE UP YOU WILL LOSE MANY LOYAL CUSTOMERS, SO WORK OUT WHATEVER PROBLEMS YOU HAVE WITH THE AMC NETWORK, WITHOUT ANY PRICE INCREASES, DON,T MAKE THE CUSTOMERS LOSE OUT ON GREAT TV.
You have thousands (millions?) of customers in the tri-state area, and we've been hit pretty hard by the hurricane. Many local and national companies have been outstanding citizens by providing relief services and donations to afflicted residents (Time Warner Cable has donated $1M; there are dozens of Duracell charging stations roaming around the city providing free electronic charging for people). I'm curious if you've joined them in providing relief, and if not, I urge you to do so - you have countless loyal customers in this area, and it would be great for you to show your appreciation in a time of need.
Is Fios TV considering adding TWC SN to their local channel lineup. They will be the sole station for all Laker Basketball Home Games. Please consider adding TWC SN. I would be willing to pay a little extra for this service.
Fox Soccer Channel has lost the rights to broadcast football (soccer) games from top European leagues La Liga (Spain) and Serie A (Italy). Al Jazeera Sports Network has won the rights to broadcast those games for the 2012-2013 seasons onward. They will broadcast the games on their sports channels beIN Sports 1 and beIN Sports 2 which are currently not part of your FiOS channel lineup.
Unless Verizon adds these channels to their FiOS lineup, Verizon customers in North America will be unable to see any games from La Liga and Serie A. The games won't be available online through legal channels either. This means that Verizon customers will have no access to games from such high profile teams such as Real Madrid, Barcelona, AC Milan, etc.
Please add beIN Sports 1 and beIN Sports 2 to the FiOS channel lineup.
Fox News came out with a new app that allows you to stram fox News Channel and Fox Business Network, similar to ESPN's Watch ESPN app. Currently Verizon is not one of the TV service providers on this app. Could you add this service so that FiOS subscribers who also happen to have an iPhone (on the VZW network) could stream these two Fox networks whe way we can stream the ESPN networks?