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FiOS TV expansions: August 2, 2009


This week's FiOS TV roundup is all about milestones, first up is FiOS TV itself, which Verizon reported in its 2Q 2009 highlights has added 300,000 subscribers to a total of 2.5 million. Also notable is that it's been a year since FiOS was first operating in New York City, and, for those apartment dwellers still missing out, there's new technology on the way that might bring it to your residence even faster. Still, if FiOSTV isn't ready where you live but DirecTV is, there's a new bundle that could help you same some dough, while Hull, Massachusetts nabs the lone shoutout, as it granted Verizon a cable franchise last week.

Read - TV Choice and Competition Near for Residents of Hull, Mass.
Read - Verizon and DIRECTV Team Up to Offer Money-Saving Bundles
Read - Verizon FiOS TV Celebrates First Year of Operation in New York City
Read - Verizon Begins Deploying Breakthrough Optical Technology That Saves Space and Makes It Easier to Install FiOS Services in Apartment Buildings
Read - Verizon Reports Revenue Growth and Continued Improvement in Cash Flow in 2Q

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