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Verizon's FiOS TV comes to 3500 homes in Chesapeake, Virginia

Darren Murph

Just as soon as AT&T announces that it's bringing U-verse to yet another region, Verizon fires back by trumpeting expansions of its own. The latest on the list is Chesapeake, Virginia, which becomes the newest locale to gain access to Verizon's fiber-based TV service. Apparently, installations are slated to begin anytime, and while we do know that some 3,500 households in a myriad communities will soon be eligible to receive FiOS TV, the actual list is far too long for this space. 'Course, that's why you'll be heading past the break hoping and praying to see your area listed.

Verizon FiOS TV is available now to more than 3,500 households in parts of the following Chesapeake neighborhoods:

  • Emerald Greens
  • Emerald Forest
  • English Oaks
  • Estates of Greenbrier
  • Greenwood
  • The Hampshire at Greenbrier Wood
  • Hunningdon Lakes
  • Hunningdon Woods
  • Kemp Bridge
  • Kemp Woods
  • Kemp Woods South
  • Kemps Crossing
  • Lakewood
  • Norcova Estates
  • Oak Brooke
  • Oak Grove Meadows
  • Oakbrook
  • Orchard Grove Condos
  • Stillwater Farms
  • Stony Run Manor
  • Towns at Hunningdon Lakes
  • Vance Level
  • Warrington Hall
  • Wedgewood Estates
  • Welspring
  • Willow Oaks
  • Whitehurst
  • Wynngate Place

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