FiOS TV moves into Ashland, MA

Verizon announced availability of FiOS TV in Ashland, MA, giving residents the option of HDTV via fiber-optics. Last week, Verizon added 75 more channels, 55 of them being high-definition (HD) channels, to their FiOS TV service in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

“FiOS TV gives consumers in Ashland an outstanding, superior alternative for their video entertainment,” said Donna Cupelo, Verizon region president Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  The Ashland area is part of 78 Massachusetts communities where Verizon FiOS is now available.

Verizon is still running a promotion for new customers. If you sign up by October 4 you will have a choice of a free year of use for either an HD digital video recorder (DVR) or an HD Home Media DVR. Also, new customers will get one free month of HBO and Cinemax.

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One Reply to “FiOS TV moves into Ashland, MA”

  1. Tom mcNulty says:

    Verizon will not tell when they will get to the underground cable houses. STONEWALL. Very typical of Verizon. Comcast is making a strong push for $90 per month for two years. Might be work dumping verizon until they put a shovel in the ground or I move.
    No matter who at VZN you ask, the answer is …….

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