On TV listings, there is a time marker line. When you load the page TV listings, you see the channels, and corresponding showes, and the time marker as well. The problem is that, this time marker, after like 15 minutes, or 30 minutes , still is in it's first position, wherease it should move forward as time passes. For example you load the TV listing page, and the time marker line shows for example 11:30 which is the actual time, then if you stay on the page for 45 minutes in order to be current with the listings, or you are browsing different listiings , the time marker, after 45 minutes , still showes it's postion at 11:30 not 12:15.
Right now the only way to have the time marker line current with the present time is to refresh the page, or to reload the page.
It was nice if verizon could fix this thing, meaning as the time passes, the time marker line moves accordingly , so you do not have to refrsh the page all the times.
If BBC America and BBC America HD are part of the Select HD, Extreme HD, and Ultimate HD plans why is it not part of the Preferred HD plan? Please add BBC America and BBC America HD to the Preferred HD plan.
I have 2 VMS 1100 HD DVR's. Just last week, both and one client were upgraded from Firmware Release 1.0 to Release 1.0b. I no longer can search on a show, then have the option to record the show or record the series from the search results. I was able to do this on Release 1.0 prior to the upgrade to Release 1.0b. Please restore this functionality.
I recently downloaded the fios mobile app and i wanted if you guys can add FOX SPORTS to fios mobile. I'm going to college so I want to see the games through my android since i won't be home to watch the game thorugh my TV. Thank You!!
These TV listing suck why do I have to go to each on demand channel and scan alphabetically to see what is playing. Why can't they provide one alphabetically listing for all free and premium channels. On the regular TV listing why can't I filter by more than one criteria, for example list all hd movies. Currently I have to select all HD channels or all movie channels. Why are the movies given a rating or some comment on likes or dislikes.
I have over 300 movies in my OnDemand library. Any idea if you guys will make it easier for customers to find what they want to watch in their library? You are allowed to do this via the My FiOS application, yet not through the cable boxes.
This would be a great addon feature to an already fantastic product.
Living in Ventura County is like living in an open sandwich with bread only on the bottom. All we get here is Los Angeles news and they rarely ever give our news stories or weather/traffic. They do 100% LA, Orange and Riverside info but not Ventura.
They assume everyone works in LA area and south and east of LA. Many of us travel to Santa Barbara frequently so having local SB traffic, weather and news would be great. Can u feed us CBS, ABC and NBC local news eminating from Santa Barbara in addition to the LA stations we already get?
I called to inquire about the benefits of upgrading my TV service to Quantum Enhanced. I was told about the benefits of being able to recored more shows at a time and being able to fast forward and rewind live TV. But I was not informed that I would be losing my Pandora Widget.
Sadly I only learned that after I had already upgraded. It would have been nice to know that I would lose Pandora when I was inquiring about the upgrade. Now I'm left wondering what else will I discover that I've lost.
I recently changed from DirecTV to Fios Quantum TV. There are definitely pros and cons to each mfr.'s DVR, but one thing I really miss is having the option to sort my recorded programs/List alphabetically. Please add the option to sort "View Recordings" recorded shows list alphabetically. Thanks!
I think that we should be warned when moving from Comcasrt to FIOS that you loose a lot. I use a Mac and an iPhone but there isn't caller ID for the Mac systems. Also there isn't one WiFi hot spot anywhere I have gone in New Jersey. Comon guys catch up to Comcast and show us that you can play in the big leagues and not just say you are better prove it!
Verizon has had some of the absolute best coverage and service I've ever had regarding internet, tv, and wireless. I have noticed, however, that the FIOS footprint is not currently expanded into the Peach State, Georgia. It is my understanding that the most widely used service, though not by choice, is windstream. This company from all accounts I've heard is the epitome of a failure in service and quality. I know that although many things go into expansion decisions, a large customer base must be one of them. I am most undoubtedly sure that should Verizon's residential capacity, in all it's forms, expand into the Peach State, then the customer base therin would expand and multiply exponentially. I currently live where the service is offered and am at loss knowing that when I return to Georgia in the coming months, I will have to give up such a fantastic and excellent -well worth every penny- service of both quality and professionalism. I will certainly miss the option of true 75/35 FIOS Quantum Internet and FIOS TV Prime HD.
Additional Ideas: Specific IP badwidth management and targeted wifi 'wormholes' to maintain a strong consistent signal to electronics opposed to a simple degrading radial degree.
I just submitted this to verizon who directed me here:
Verizon should make a page dedicated to where people can show off their Internet speed they are getting at their house with FIOS. Would help promote why to choose verizon over competitors..maybe.
I pay for 75mbps and I'm actually getting 75mbps now I used a new router and ran into my Verizon router. The Verizon issued router can only get as high as 50mbps download using a 2.4ghz wifi channel but consistently is around 35mbps download via wifi. According to Verizon Tech, the only way to get the full 75mbps that we pay for is to have a hardwire to the router. In attempts to regain the huge loss of mbps over wifi, I hooked up a Netgear N600 basic 2.4/5ghz router to my FiOS router and thereafter i did consistently get 50mbps on 2.4ghz via wifi...then when I switched it to the 5ghz channel my wifi speed skyrocketed to consist 75mbps download and 35mbps upload.
Verizon may want to give customers an upgrade router option so they can obtain the speed they are paying for. Pretty simple actually...Only a small production cost increase, which just like anything else these days, we are charged for the "upgraded option". resulting in nothing but increased customer satisfaction and increases profits.
For most non-tech customers, providing this will induce a perceived increased internet speed for same price increasing customer happiness and referrals. It's a win/win senario for everyone...you just have to give a little to gain a lot.
FORMULA :-) Happy Customers = Better Reviews = Increased Marketshare = More Money.