Free mobile broadband for verizon fios subscribers
email my dad forwarded to me:
To: All Telecom Employees
Subject: Verizon Offers FREE Wi-Fi for Broadband Customers
This morning, Verizon Telecom began providing FREE Wi-Fi access to new and existing broadband customers. The expansion of our broadband service gives customers the mobility and flexibility they want to stay connected wherever they go. It further demonstrates the power and quality of the best network available and another competitive advantage in the market.
Customers who have or order FiOS Internet speeds between 20M and 50M and High Speed Internet speeds of 3M or 7M will receive access to this free Wi-Fi service. There are thousands of Wi-Fi hotspots located across the nation, including hotels, airports, restaurants, coffee shops, and many other public locations. To learn more about Verizonís Wi-Fi access and to see a list of hotspots, go to: Verizon | WiFi
Itís very important that you know and understand our products and services, as it shows your commitment and confidence in our ability to succeed. As we continue to offer great bundles with Promo Zone 4 - The Broadband Blowout, I ask that you continue to do everything you can to make this the best promo zone yet.
Sounds like a great idea to me. I'd love to be able to dump Comcast. I've been waiting 5 months for them to come and bury the cable they laid.
I've been thinking about switching over.....thanks for post!
Thanks for the post and info B
Thanks for the information.
Computer technology is continually advancing and now mobile broadband is part of the picture. You no longer have to sit at a desk to sign onto the internet or have a laptop on your lap to do so. If you have mobile broadband, or a cell phone that can sign onto the internet, you have become more mobile, accessing the internet any time of the day or night.
that seems to happen a lot, there also would be no open source support.
Originally Posted by tavella81
Mac support usually comes within a few months of pc, since there is a good amount of customer demand.
I would call them up and ask about it, if they don't know, they can't fix it.
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