Verizon FiOS has arrived, and so has the rain!

Posted on 2008.02.01 (Friday). Filed under: Entertainment, Internet, Optimum Online, Service Providers, Speed Tests, Technology, Television, Verizon FiOS | Tags: , , , , , , |

Well, I am very satisfied with my Verizon FiOS installation, which occurred on the 29th of January, 2008. The tech was supposed to arrive between 8 and 12, and he did get here at about 10 o’clock. A nice guy, open to all my suggestions (as mentioned in the previous post here) about where I thought I’d like everything installed. (And that is where it was installed)

They spend about 6-8 hours on a Triple Play service establishment. (Phone, Television, and Internet). Much more than I would like, more than the technicians would like. Anyway, I wanted to put some pics up here showing the install, but it has either been night time, or raining when I’ve wanted to get pictures of the ONT and the wire drop that he hung.

With that, there isn’t supposed to be rain tomorrow, and I will try to get to those pictures. If you have any questions about Verizon vs. Optonline, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below, and ask.

I do, however, have some speed test results, for now, below:

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Mind to share the services or applications running with FiOS too? Thanks.

The only services/applications I run are those that come with Windows and Linux.
They offer e-mail and newsgroup, etc.. but those are not of my concern.

As for services and applications that come with tv, and phone? I don’t really use either. That’s the “rest-of-the-family” stuff.
I guess the On Demand is good, though, I could make some kinda post about it and the widgets on the TV service as well…

Heya how is the fios going? I am thinking of switching now that my cablevision triple play is over. BTW how much extra was the 20/20?

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