Tag:

Verizon

Latest Headlines

Latest Headlines

Verizon introduces connected device tech support for FiOS, DSL subscribers

Verizon has launched a new customer care service for its FiOS and DSL customers called Tech Support Pro, signaling its desire to further its bond with broadband customers as it faces off with aggressive cable competition in its Northeast wireline market.

Verizon touts potential FiOS expansion, but is it real or a bluff?

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam told investors during the telco's second quarter earnings call earlier this week that it could replicate the same FiOS build it agreed to carry out in Boston in other cities. Does that mean the provider is serious about expanding its FTTH service, or is it just a ploy to fund its wireless ventures?

Verizon, T-Mo, Sprint still not jumping into Facebook's TIP

When it comes to Facebook's Telecom Infra Project (TIP) that the social networking giant launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, it appears that the biggest U.S. wireless carriers are just not that into it.

With Yahoo acquisition, Verizon faces huge challenges in putting the pieces together

Verizon bagged its latest digital media trophy this week, agreeing to pay $4.83 billion to add Yahoo's core online business to its growing digital media empire. The biggest mobile operator in the U.S. will integrate Yahoo with the AOL business it acquired last for $4.4 billion, and the unit will be led by Marni Walden, Verizon's EVP and president of the Product Innovation and New Businesses organization. But there's little evidence Verizon will be able to put all its media and advertising pieces together effectively.

Verizon's Shammo: We'll make a decision on our data center business in Q3

Verizon says it's closer to finalizing what it is going to do with its data center business, one that it has struggled to maintain in recent years as it faces greater competition from data center specialists like Equinix.

Juniper gets 'mixed message' from Tier 1 telcos on flat Q2 service provider revenue

Juniper Networks saw service provider sales uptick slightly quarter-over-quarter, but the overall market is in transition-- reflecting a trend the vendor is seeing with its Tier 1 customers.

Verizon CEO details 'wireless fiber' 5G deployment trials

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam offered up some details on his company's ongoing 5G trials and the cost savings they could present in limiting installation work in and around the home.

Verizon strike had significant impact on installations in Q2, cratering wireline business

The seven-week strike that ended in late May had a crippling impact on Verizon's wireline installation operation, resulting in the company losing 41,000 FiOS pay-TV customers and 13,000 FiOS high-speed internet users.

Verizon's McAdam: We are talking to other cities about FiOS deployments

Verizon changed its FiOS buildout tune in April when it announced it would bring FiOS to Boston via a $300 million, six-year investment plan. Now, the telco is indicating other cities could be in line for a similar build.

T-Mobile adds ABC, Disney and others to Binge On as Legere jabs Verizon's Go90

T-Mobile once again added a litany of new service providers to its Binge On offering. And once again, CEO John Legere took advantage of the news to take shots at Verizon's Go90 video offering.
'