Sunday, April 6, 2008

Verizon to Phase out Local Analog Simulcasts on FiOS

Verizon announced that it is phasing out a small number of duplicate analog channels on the FiOS TV service so all customers will enjoy better-quality, all-digital viewing experiences on every set in their homes. Until now, Verizon has provided these duplicate channels to allow digital subscribers to view some limited programming in an analog format without using a set-top box.


The company also has a small number of customers who subscribe to a service that solely offers these duplicate analog channels. For these customers, Verizon will provide a free digital adapter.


"As we phase out our local analog simulcasts this year, we want to make sure that our small number of affected customers can continue receiving this programming on sets they are using without a set-top box," said Michelle Minus Swittenberg, Verizon vice president of sales and marketing for the New York region. http://www.verizon.com

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