Barely three months after Verizon spread the FiOS TV love to more of the Garden State
, the carrier has just announced that even more folks in New Jersey can sign up and grab hold of its fiber-based TV service. The news comes hot on the heels of Comcast's recent HD onslaught
in both North
Jersey, and while a specific number of households isn't mentioned, we are told that parts of Mount Holly, Westampton, Helmetta, Jamesburg, Spotswood and Pallisades Park now have access. It's good to have choices, isn't it?
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