Verizon FiOS TV User Review Update

Posted: Oct 15 2005, 10:36am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:38pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
Verizon FiOS TV User Review Update
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The FiOS TV User review we published the other day was very popular and I received also couple more questions about the Verizon FiOS TV service. I found a 2nd FiOS user in Keller who gave me some additional details. Thanks Jason S. for the answers.

Q: What Motorola HD Setop Box is Verizon FiOS using?
A: Motorola DCT6414 HD DVR. Here is pdf document about this setop box. Jason S. also has 3 non-HD receivers (Motorola DCT2500) connected to the service.

Q: How much does Verizon FiOS TV cost. Jason S. has the expanded package, movie package (Starz, Encore, Showtime, Movie Channel) and HBO including the HD channels and HD receiver and pays $85 per month. Included is VOD of the subscribed channels in the package.

One I4U reader asked which company provides the EPG. The EPG is actually from Microsoft. See also the main Verizon FiOS Users Review/Interview for photos and more details about Verizon's TV programming delivered via fiber optics.

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