Verizon pushing FiOS internet to 50Mbps throughout US.

Okay okay. How is that possible, when FiOS coverage is limited to a small part of Long Island and Manhattan. Well with DOCSIS 3.0 (and the corresponding 50Mbps download speeds) being deploying in varying parts of America, Verizon understands what it’s up against. Reportedly, the carrier is gearing up to push its 50Mbps FiOS internet to its entire US footprint! Best of all, all 16 FiOS-enabled states could have access to the service as early as next week, and if you’re anxious to sign up, just know that it’ll run you $139.95 per month with an annual contract. Thankfully, Verizon is also planning to boost speeds in the basic and middle tiers as well, with the former going from 5Mbps to 10Mbps and the latter going from 15Mbps to 20Mbps. 

Reuters: Verizon expects NY green light for FiOS next month.

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