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I'm in one of the areas Verizon sold off to Frontier (Oregon). I read that Verizon will be controlling the Fios service until mid 2010 when the is supposed to be finalized. My question is for a Verizon employee or I guess anyone better informed than me.
For those of us being sold off, will Verizon still be adding channels (including regional channels) to the line up until Frontier takes over?
I am not liking the fact that Verizon wil;l no longer be handling my Fios service and I am seriously considering going back to Comcast when my contract ends.
Thanks for any info you can provide.
The exchange of hands, if it happens, is 3/31/10. Already there was talk about those areas not getting the new IMG release 1.7, but I'm not sure if they changed their minds about that. I hope they did. Everyone should get the same treatment until it happens.
From what I understand from my friend at verizion, is that WA and OR will still get the updates to the IMG as many of them are fixes for the equipment. However, Verizon will not be investing any more money in those areas so they will not be adding any more "local" channels. However, if a "National" channel is added then WA and OR will get those. For example, there was a request for a NW sports channel on another thread, something that would normally be carried in the local market but would not go out nationally. These would not likely be added. However, if a channel like BBC America HD is added to the national lineup then WA and OR would get it just like everyone else. Local channels would not be added until Frontier takes over and then it would be up to them as to what would be added at that time. That is my understanding anyway.
Thanks for the info guys. That is pretty much what I was thinking would happen. I guess I will deal with the signal compression and switch back to Comcast.