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Verizon CEO confirms Internet TV service arriving in early 2015

Verizon in discussions with content provider for online TV service

Verizon will be introducing an Internet TV service sometime in early 2015, CEO Lowell McAdam has revealed. The service, which will provide a pay-TV service over the Internet, could potentially be more flexible to its subscribers than existing cable offerings, with the CEO hinting that customers may be...


Verizon rolling out VoLTE service nationally in coming weeks

Verizon VoLTE service includes switching between HD Voice, video calling

Verizon Wireless is gearing up to roll out its Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service over its cellular network. Its planned service will be going live over the next few weeks, with the higher-quality HD Voice calling accompanied by a simplified video calling service built directly into the phone dialer, allowing...


RootMetrics: Verizon top carrier in performance, speed, reliability

Independent tester finds that Verizon beats out all other carriers for first half of 2014

A new study of wireless carriers for the first half emerged today, putting Verizon at the top of the pile in five categories, marking it as the best overall carrier in the United States. Market research firm RootMetrics announced its findings, showing that Verizon was the best carrier in reliability,...


FCC 'deeply troubled' over Verizon's decision to slow down customers

Letter from Chairman Wheeler asks Verizon to justify its network management

Last week, one of the largest mobile carriers in the United States announced it would begin throttling some unlimited accounts that access 4G LTE. Verizon stated that it would begin the effort in October, but it would be limited to only the top five percent of data users on unlimited plans. While the...


FISA Court judges ruling on surveillance reportedly own Verizon stock

Report claims three judges in FISA Court bought Verizon stock in the last year

Judges sitting on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA Court) may not be entirely impartial, according to a report. A number of judges on FISA Court allegedly own stock in Verizon, one of the companies subject to NSA bulk surveillance orders issued by the court, with the report suggesting...


Advocates challenge Verizon's claims that 'fast lanes' help disabled

Groups unified, refute Verizon's net neutrality stance allegedly helping them

Verizon's claims that the US Federal Communications Commission's new net neutrality rules would hurt the disabled and blind have come under fire by those Verizon claims to be looking out for. In a filing with the FCC, several disability advocacy organizations clearly disagree that Verizon is looking...


Verizon FiOS receives upstream bandwidth boost matching download speed

Free upload speed upgrades on Verizon FiOS over next few months

Verizon is updating its bandwidth tiers for FiOS, by giving customers higher uploading speeds. Starting from today onward for new and existing Verizon FiOS residential customers, the Internet provider will be upgrading lines at no extra charge, with subscribers being able to upload data at approximately...


Level 3 blames Verizon for Netflix stream congestion, offers to help

Verizon congestion fix claimed to be cheap, simple, completed in five minutes

The ongoing feud between Netflix and Verizon has stepped up, with a transit provider weighing in over Verizon's connection congestion claims. Level 3 claims the high utilization of the connection between Verizon and itself is Verizon's fault, as the Internet service provider is actively refusing to upgrade...


Verizon claims Netflix connections cause stream bottlenecks

Claims majority of Verizon network is stable, Netflix connections as weak point

The battle between Verizon and Netflix over connectivity continues, with Verizon completely refusing to accept any of the blame for slow streams. The latest feud installment involves a Verizon blog post claiming its network operations team found no congestion on the Verizon network in a recent review,...


Verizon Wireless account system failure affects majority of customers

Online account payments, activation, upgrades failing on Verizon

Verizon Wireless is currently undergoing a serious outage affecting its payment systems, according to customer reports on Twitter. The widespread issues, affecting customers of the carrier over the last 24 hours, is leaving subscribers unable to make online bill payments and is preventing some from being...


Verizon will reconnect Chromebook Pixel owners to LTE network

Early termination of free 100MB LTE allocation will be rectified by Verizon

Verizon is going to reconnect owners of the Chromebook Pixel who were disconnected from their accounts. The carrier will be working with affected users, who found their free 100MB of Verizon LTE wireless data per month for two years cut off after just one year, to reestablish accounts and provide them...


Netflix attacks Verizon shifting blame over ISP congestion warnings

General counsel for Netflix sets congestion blame squarely with Verizon

The war of words between Netflix and Verizon over Internet service provider (ISP) performance issues is continuing, a new leaked letter reveals. A response from Netflix General Counsel David Hyman to his counterpart at Verizon firmly pins the connection blame on the ISP, after receiving a cease and...


Verizon calls Netflix ISP congestion message 'deliberately misleading'

Claims warning is attempt to shift connectivity blame from Netflix to Verizon

Verizon has fought back against reports of a Netflix error message informing users "The Verizon network is crowded right now." The error message, which directly blames the Internet service provider (ISP) for the slow connection has been described by Verizon as a PR stunt and an attempt to shift blame...


Verizon plans VoLTE launch later this year, will include video calls

National launch of Verizon VoLTE planned for rollout

Days after announcing its rebranded XLTE service, Verizon has revealed it will be bringing Voice over LTE (VoLTE) to its network later this year. Unlike AT&T's announcement for HD Voice last week, Verizon will skip the regional launches of its competitor, instead opting to make it available nationwide...


Verizon to expand LTE spectrum offerings as rebranded XLTE service

XLTE service makes use of Verizon's expansion into advanced wireless services band 4

Plans from Verizon have leaked, indicating the provider will announce an expansion of their LTE service. The rebranding will be labeled as XLTE, but will only be available in select areas of the United States. The limited number of cities that will see improvements are tied to LTE bandwidth increases...


Verizon and Netflix sign peering deal 'similar to Comcast'

Deal mentioned by Verizon CEO, confirmed by Netflix

Following Netflix's controversial data peering deal with Comcast, the media streamer has apparently signed a similar deal with Verizon. Netflix comfirmed the rumored deal with a brief statement, saying that the company has "reached an interconnect arrangement with Verizon that we hope will improve performance...


Verizon reports revenues of $30.8B in first quarter financial results

First financial report after taking complete ownership of Verizon Wireless

Verizon is reporting revenues of $30.8 billion and an adjusted profit of $0.84 per-share in its first quarter financial results. While the quarter takes into account a full five weeks of ownership of Verizon Wireless, following the acquisition of Vodafone's holdings in the company, the results are slightly...


Verizon launches Samsung ATIV SE with Windows Phone 8

Verizon-exclusive Windows Phone pre-orders begin, ships April 12

Verizon has quietly launched the Samsung ATIV SE on its network, and has started to accept pre-orders of the device. Just as previously rumored, the Verizon-exclusive smartphone will be shipping with Windows Phone 8 onboard instead of Windows Phone 8.1, though it is likely that Samsung will be providing...


Verizon CFO advises against abandoning smartphone subsidies

Installment plans, recent price plan changes not worrying Verizon

Offering customers smartphone subsidies should not be abandoned by carriers, the Chief Financial Officer of Verizon has advised, with other aggressive promotional strategies apparently being viewed in a similar way. Speaking at a Deutsche Bank technology conference, Fran Shammo suggests carriers should...


Verizon launches Allset prepaid plans with rollover Bridge Data add-on

Bridge Data bundles added to Verizon Allset plans, carries over to following month

Verizon has updated its prepaid mobile phone offerings, by launching a set of new plans with upgradeable data options. The Allset plans provide basic set services depending on the device, with customers able to pay for an extra allocation of data called "Bridge Data" that adds to the existing amount...


Verizon launches More Everything plans with data increases, discounts

Extra pressure from competing carriers compels Verizon to offer more

Verizon has launched its More Everything plans today, providing customers with more data on a number of plans. Just as leaked yesterday, the data allowances for the 500MB and 1Gb Share Everything plans will be doubled at no extra cost, the 2GB plan will offer 3GB of data, as well as some pricing changes...


Verizon will allow Google Nexus 7 on LTE network from February 13

Slow Verizon certification process completes six months after launch

Verizon is finally preparing to offer the Google Nexus 7 on its LTE network, with the tablet going on sale through the carrier from February 13th. Taking place half a year after its launch, the tablet has received LTE certification on the carrier after a prolonged process, with both the Nexus 7 sold...


Verizon offers $100 smartphone trade-in credit, waives activation fees

Verizon promotions to compete with similar T-Mobile offer

Verizon has introduced a pair of promotions that it hopes will attract customers away from AT&T and T-Mobile, by offering a number of incentives that are relatively similar to those of its competitors. Line activation fees have been eliminated for a short period of time, while customers trading in devices...


Verizon confirms acquisition of Intel's Internet television business

OnCue Cloud TV platform could be rolled into Verizon FiOS

Verizon has agreed to buy Intel's Internet television business, the two companies have confirmed. Intel Media, which is working on Intel's OnCue Cloud TV platform, will remain in Santa Clara and continue to use its existing management team, with Verizon hoping to retain the 350 employees in the unit...


Verizon said close to closing Intel TV service buy

Verizon may announce Intel TV buy next week

Verizon Communications could announce a deal to buy Intel's unreleased Internet television startup as early as next week. This according to Bloomberg, which cites sources close to negotiations between the two tech giants as saying that Verizon is quite close to closing a deal for Intel's OnCue service....


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