Verizon's FiOS broadband service has announced a new top speed of 500 Mbps for file downloads, which comes with 100 Mbps for uploads speeds. Pricing will be $299 a month.
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Comcast is reportedly planning to launch a new high speed of 305 Mbps for downloads on its Internet service. The report claims that the faster service could launch by the end of 2012.
Today Verizon announced its latest high-speed Internet service, FiOS Quantum. The new service will provide subscribers with download speeds of up to 300Mbs and upload speeds of up to 65Mbs.
An article claims to have the information on the pricing for the upcoming 300 Mbps speed tier for Verizon FiOS Internet access, along with word that it will launch June 17th.
Verizon has announced that its FiOS Internet broadband service will have a number of new speed options beginning in June, including a new upper level speed of 300 Mbps.
Verizon claims that it has had to deal with over 70 acts of sabotage since over 45,000 of its landline and FiOS workers went on strike on Sunday.
Over 45,000 Verizon Communications workers are now on strike which could affect the landline and FiOS high speed Internet business.
The Federal Communications Commission has filed a report on how the advertised speeds of Internet ISPs compared to real world results.
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