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I am looking into this problem as well will keep you posted.
As part of your looking will you be contacting content providers to ask why they charge extra for on demand content? Verizon is not the only provider to do so.
I switched recently from Comcast Xfinity to Verizon Fios and I'm extremely disappointed by the lack of FREE On Demand content. I could watch whole seasons of shows On Demand, and as soon as an episode was aired, it showed up in On Demand. Is it my plan? Do I have to switch to another plan somewhere to get free On Demand shows? Or do I need to switch BACK to Xfinity?
I have the same issue with Thomas and Friends which shows for free on PBS, but you have to pay for old episodes on On Demand. Irritating when I see my cable bill (Verizon).
It depends on the show/network.
I have seen some shows/networks that you can get only 3-4 recent episodes.
Some you can get more.
I know when I have checked at my in-laws, COX had similar number of episodes available.
It might be that Comcast has a deal with their NBC/Universal networks or have a different contractual agreement (they are 5 times the size of FiOS) with content providers.
Not always a help, but I have found that if you have a streaming device, you can watch a lot of content on the apps for the content providers.
But that may be changing as so many content providers are either starting their own or joing the streaming service of someone else.
CBS is a big one that limits what you can see unless you subscribe to their streaming service.
I used to get all CBS programs on demand with no charge on Verizon. Now Verizon is asking for $1.99 to view one program (Blue Bloods, Madame Secretary) and CBS is not even in the on Demand channel lineup. Are any other providers NOT charging for CBS - who can I switch to?
I'll bet you find this is a growing trend.
CBS has their own streaming service (NBC and ABC/Disney to follow).
Why let a cable provider have free on demand when you can charge make money (shared with provider) or get people to subscribe to your streaming service and keep it all.
Wait what? I just join FiOS Fox is not available what do you mean? It's a regular cable network what the hell is going on these days? Comcast unlimited cinemax as well because of some fight between companies there needs to be some kind of legal moderation about this crap.