E. By transferring, downloading, downloading, publishing or transmitting information or material using the website`s service or tools, you declare (i) that this information is not confidential, secret or protected belonging to another person; (ii) ensure that no other party has rights to the information, and ensure that by sending, downloading or downloading, mailing or transmitting content, images or data is not contrary to copyright laws or trademarks or other third-party rights; and (iii) You understand and consent that any use of the service is subject to the terms of the Verizon Copyright Alert Program, the description of which is under verizon.com/about/terms-conditions/verizon-copyright-alert-program. My advice is to stay so far away from Verizon Fios. We have them for several years and about 15 months ago, shortly after the upgrade to 50/50, we started experimenting with service delays in some areas of the house. Their solution was to install a WiFi extender that solved the problem one way or another. Now the delay has started again, and Verizon wants us to buy a new extender for $100, because technology thinks that`s the problem. Why, if I take 5 steps in any direction away from the router, the 50/50 suddenly falls in half? That`s the router`s problem, it seems. Needless to say, we are looking at other suppliers. (Page note for anyone who wonders why it says that my current 100Mbps plan has been “improved by 50/50 Mbps”: I signed up for the 50Mbps package in early 2015, probably about a year before Verizon increased entry speeds and stopped marketing this step in my area. Over the course of a few years, Verizon has repeatedly refused to equip me with new entry speeds, so I paid more than new customers, while I had slower speeds. Finally, in early 2019, Verizon made me look like a 100Mb/s plan, but the amount I paid should have relied on those speeds years ago, if Verizon`s price system made sense, that is. Verizon, which is now calculating an additional $50 to go from 100 Mbps to 75 Mbps, is obviously due to the fact that they call my plan “updated 50 Mbps.” But it`s still strange because I`m already paying 100 Mbps prices – and it`s doubly strange, because Verizon charged only $10 a month years ago to go from 50 Mbps to 75 Mbps.) a. Your responsibilities.
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