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***Announcement: Welcome to the new Verizon Community! We have merged our Wireless and Fios Communities to bring you the best place to discuss any Verizon product or service, along with all things tech! We have many new features to discuss with you in the coming weeks, but first we want to make sure that all of you who have been active on either of our communities before are able to log in! For many of you, we have been able to merge your Wireless and Fios community accounts so all of your Community contributions are all in one place. If you were active in both communities and you previously used the same My Verizon account to log into both, you’re all set! You will be able to use those same credentials to access the new Community. If one of those accounts was with My Verizon and the other was a Community Member Only account, please use your My Verizon account to log in. Please note that we were only able to merge those accounts that were attributed to the same email address. If you only had one account on either Community, you can log into that account exactly as you have before. For some of our Fios Community members, you may have an issue logging in. If you had an account on the Fios Community and you’re having login issues, please use the Community Member Only login page and use the “Forgot my info” link to reset your password. Once you complete this, you should be able to log in normally. If you continue to have any further issues logging in, please email us at and we’ll assist you to get you back in the Community! Keep an eye on the Community announcements - we can’t wait to show you what’s in store. The Verizon Community Team
Verizon v. FCC?

How many of you Verizon customers are aware that the District Court has disallowed the much-heralded open web policies articulated by the FCC to the effect that higher speed and access cannot be charged differentially between groups of customers.  The court said that the FCC does not have the authority to so stipulate.  Verizon is the named plaintiff but no doubt represents a couple of the biggies including ATT etc.  Verizon brought this action in the interest of creating different strata of internet speed and access depending upon fees.  If Verizon succeeds, if the District court is sustained, the internet as we know it, as "free" information highway will disappear;  the internet will be privatized entirely and therefore many of you users will find yourself squeezed out of speedy access by wealthier consumers to whom higher fees are immaterial.

As of me, if Verizon does not back down from this approach, I will ditch Verizon and see to it that other Verizon users ditch as well.  It's your choice.

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