where can i go to find out if/when fios or dsl will be available to me?
i live in a very rural area with no cable. verizonz websire always says its not available we will email you when.
well 3 years later i still get the same thing
will they ever say when they are adding new area?
its not really that hard to put in a dsl repeater. and i see fios being installed by the electric coop for meter reading.
does verizon ever announce thier plans?
You might check under the Freqently Asked Questions at the top of the Residential Services Category.
If a forum member gives an answer you like, give them the Kudos they deserve. If a member gives you the answer to your question, mark the answer that solved your issue as the accepted solution.
i did that before i posted here
the link given is utterly worthless, as it just give this (the same thing id given for the dsl search
Verizon FiOS Internet Service is not currently available at your address. Our network is continually being expanded, and we don't want you to the miss the opportunity to get this state-of-the art Internet service.
With Verizon FiOS Internet Service you'll be able to take advantage of the most advanced applications on the Web today, and ensure you're ready for the next generation of Internet applications.
Please fill out the form below, and we will let you know when Verizon Online broadband service becomes available at your address.
i would like to see something about where/when they are planning upgrades.
If you are the original poster (OP) and your issue is solved, please remember to click the "Solution?" button so that others can more easily find it. If anyone has been helpful to you, please show your appreciation by clicking the "Kudos" button.
That tells you mostly all the construction sites for april in maryland. If your area is not on there, check back in a month and there will be a new list at www22.verizon.com/about/community/md website.
If you really live in a rural area, like no house for miles, then it will probably be a very long time before you see it, if ever. Think of the cost of running fiber to rural areas. They have only been doing this for a couple of years now and it has to be expensive. If I were them, I'd be running it first to densly populated areas to get some revenue going to pay for future fiber growth. Just my way of looking at things.
I feel your pain because I'm in a rural area as well. My cable company is my only choice...can't get over the air..too far from major city and satellite isn't an option unless I plow down some trees. Not likely.