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Netflix streaming has become unusable, is Verizon intentionally degrading it?

Netflix streaming has become unusable, is Verizon intentionally degrading it?

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Contributor Frankaziza1
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Registered: ‎08-08-2014
Get your local cable provider. Verizon sucks. I'm totally not happy with fios internet
Copper Contributor simplydimi
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Posts: 27
Registered: ‎08-08-2014

theyre throttling everything in general, my livestreams, gaming and downloads barely see 5mbps when i have 150/150 and im wired

Contributor Nine9fingers
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Registered: ‎05-25-2018

I just joined, have 23 months until I go back to Comcast. 

Verizon has stopped my Roku service, Roku teats OK but Amazon TV, Netflix and Acorn do not work and I cannot cannect the app's as tech service (not0NO-nothing-Verizon) want me to do, say check network.  Roku say it good and speed OK.

Now I losy my copper phone and now my remote phones speat to me when a cal is made and some 1-800 call get terminated when a connection is. made.

NFW would I waste time talked to a cookbook enable tech service agent for verizon.

Contributor Nine9fingers
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Same I I changed from Comcast to Verizon, my download speed dropped 50% and smothimes it cannot reach 30mbs.  Never had problem with Netflic on Roku on Comcast.

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