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Watch FIOS TV on laptop

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Contributor SailerJohn
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Can I watch FIOS TV on my laptop while at home?  Via WiFi when on the road?  How?

 

Thank you.

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Yes you can watch some FIOS TV content on your laptop at home or abroad. You can access this content using our FIOS TV ONLINE or Flex View features. To access FIOS TV ONLINE you can go to the following link

 

https://www36.verizon.com/fiostv/web/members/FTVOnline.aspx (You must log in with your account username and password)

 

For info on using Flex View please take a look at the following link.

 

https://www36.verizon.com/fiostv/web/members/AboutFlexView.aspx

 

ShawnG

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Contributor majonesz
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happy holidays,

 

i'm logged into my account and i'm trying to watch tv online (computer) but page keeps asking for log in after numerous times trying to view.  please advise.

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Which ID did you log in with.  It has to be the ID you set up when you set up your FiOS.  If you're using the ID From before your FiOS - then it might not be properly linked up.   You might need to call Verizon for that. 

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Contributor Erbal
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Yeah, not the same thing.  Other cable providers offer true wireless viewing of live TV or DVR recordings.

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Contributor scoticus_rex
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When I attempt to go to the above link, I end up here after I log in:

 

https://www.verizon.com/fiostv/myservices/members/fiostv.aspx

 

No options there for watching TV on my laptop.

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Contributor Jim7
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I appreciate the effort but this post isn't a solution and shouldn't be marked as such. FIOS doesn't support watching live TV from a laptop. If I am wrong then please correct me.

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Silver Contributor II
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"I appreciate the effort but this post isn't a solution and shouldn't be marked as such. FIOS doesn't support watching live TV from a laptop. If I am wrong then please correct me."

 

All channels no...some channels yes.  See my list below and please comment if you know more channels

 

See http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r28789561-Channels-List-of-Live-on-line-TV-channels-and-links

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Contributor Fatboy2004
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A very limited list of channels can be viewed from your PC, Mac, iPad or Android.

I like the concept, but due to the limited avalability of channel choice, I seldom use.

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Contributor cma1000
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Will we going to get to see a FIOS TV app to run with in Windows?  I came from Time Warner Cables and already missing that feature on watching TV on the laptop or PC instead on a small mobile screen.

 

Also, what about MSG,YES, SNY and ESPN on the Mobile App or PC instead of launching ESPN via another app to watch sports.  In additional, any chance to enabled CW/PIX Channel 11 in the New York area?

 

The PC FIOS website needs a huge "WATCH TV ONLINE" or "LIVE TV" button so it could be directly launching instead of seeing banner after banner before I could watch TV.   I wasted 30 mins trying to figure out how to view TV in the Windows Browser.  

 

Thanks.

 

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