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sunnybruk
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I was so dissapointed in the lack of free movies available on FIOS On Demand when I made the switch from Comcast. Comcast offers an extensive library of free movies. The Verizon offerings such a Fearnet and Illusion are pitiful considering what they charge for service. I've never even heard of 90 percent of these "free" films. I can't wait until my contract commitment is up so that I can switch back to Comcast!

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I agree, my daughter has Comcast, and when I visit, I find myself watching them, or other shows that they have that Verizon doesn't. I like the free on demand and wish Verizon had more, When they said they had a lot of movies it was for the ones that cost, or subscriptions. Hopefully they will realize people who watch movies like on demand, and will give up the better picture to get that. Once gone, it'll be that much harder to get a customer back, since everybody wants contracts to get the discounts.
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No doubt.  The lack of free movies on Verizon, in comparison to services like Comcast is shocking.
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