10-01-2015 02:54 PM
10-01-2015 05:33 PM
Verizon has announced they don't have plans to expand their footprint.
In fact, they have sold their Texas subscribers to Frontier.
That deal is to complete early next year.
Maybe try them.
10-01-2015 06:36 PM - last edited on 10-01-2015 09:00 PM by ElizabethS
Hi, it sucks when a customer is more than willing to make business with a sweet service and the company doesn’t seem to care, good luck and I hope this information works for something:
Short answer: Please call and request the service, a rep will ask for your full address (including interior number if any) and will let you know the availability, if none you can request for them to take note of this.
FACTORS THAT WILL INFLUENCE FIOS IN YOUR AREA
-Amount of people requesting it (i.e you call and provide a list of all the addresses of people wanting FiOS in your area) simply because of the cost vs profit of the infrastructure.
-Greenfield/Overlay: If there is a Verizon infrastructure already in the area such as plain old telephone service, DSL, or other is more likely for FiOS to take over this is called an “Overlay”. If there is none its called a "green field" and it makes it unlikely but not impossible to provide FiOS since it involves permits from various parties, more cost etc.
So if you wish to make FiOS happen and you are in an Overlay zone ideally you can get in contact with your HOA or get a list of addresses of people interested on the service the more the bigger the chances of a future install.