Verizon Online Introduces High-Speed Internet Access In Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia
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MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Verizon Online is raising the speed limit in several Eastern Panhandle communities as the company rolls out its super-fast digital subscriber line (DSL) Internet access service for consumers and businesses.
Verizon Online DSL service now is available to qualified customers in Berkeley Springs, Falling Waters, Hedgesville, Inwood, Keyser and Martinsburg.
"Verizon Online offers an unbeatable combination of affordable high-speed Internet access, and compelling content, services and packaging," said H. Stan Cavendish, president of Verizon West Virginia. "DSL enables subscribers to take full advantage of the Internet for banking, telecommuting, shopping, online games and countless other uses. Now our customers in the Eastern Panhandle can enjoy the benefits of turbo-charged Internet access and all the other great features of Verizon Online DSL."
Verizon accelerated its DSL rollout schedule to extend the service to 10 million new households and businesses nationwide last year. The company's supercharged service now includes MSN 8 software for consumers and a higher connection speed on qualified telephone lines.
Verizon also plans to announce an aggressive DSL deployment in western Maryland in coming weeks.
New Verizon Online Consumer DSL Plans
Verizon Online offers DSL connection speeds of up to 1.5Mbps (megabits per second) downstream and 128Kbps (kilobits per second) upstream and a choice of payment plans:
- $34.95 a month for stand-alone DSL service
- $29.95 a month as part of a qualifying local and long-distance Verizon package
All Verizon Online DSL consumer packages include:
- A free do-it-yourself installation kit with a DSL modem
- 10 MB (megabytes) of Web storage
- 30 MB of e-mail storage in the primary account and eight additional e-mail boxes, each with 10 MB of storage
Customers can be billed on their monthly Verizon telephone bill or a credit card. All packages come with a 30-day, money-back guarantee.
Local Verizon telephone customers who want to order DSL service or get more information can go online at www.verizon.net or call Verizon at 1-800-567-6789.
Share the Connection
Verizon Online DSL customers can share their high-speed connection with other computers with a Linksys wired ($79.95) or wireless router ($99.95). Both products allow customers to link multiple home or business desktop and laptop computers from one DSL connection. Also, printers, scanners and files can be shared by creating a local area network (LAN). Setting up a network helps to provide a built-in firewall. There's no additional monthly charge for networking.
Verizon Online Business DSL Service
Verizon Online offers five DSL packages to meet the broadband needs of businesses. These packages range from maximum connection speeds of 1.5Mbps downstream and 128Kbps upstream to lightning-fast 7.1Mbps downstream and 768Kbps upstream. Prices range from $59.95 to $234.95 a month, with an annual contract.
Additional DSL discounts are available to businesses that subscribe to a bundle of Verizon business-level services.
All DSL business packages include the high-speed connection, six domain name e-mail boxes (email@example.com), 20 hours of free remote dial-up access and a 30-day money-back guarantee.
DSL service generally is available to homes and offices located within approximately three miles of Verizon's local switching center or "central office." Some technical limitations may interfere with the ability of individual telephone lines to get DSL, even when the lines are within three miles of a DSL-equipped central office.
Downstream and upstream speeds describing Verizon Online's DSL services are maximum connection speeds between the customer's computer and Verizon's DSL equipment. Actual connection speeds may vary from the maximum speeds and may be lower than the advertised line rate. Throughput (download and upload) speeds will be lower than connection speeds and vary based on the telephone line's condition and distance from Verizon's central office, home or office wiring and the server or router speed of sites visited on the Internet, among other factors.
Verizon Online is a full-service Internet service provider, offering a complete selection of dial-up, DSL and dedicated Internet access services for residential consumers and businesses. Other business-grade services include business e-mail, Web-site services and Internet security services. Verizon Online DSL service is available in 23 states and the District of Columbia.
A Fortune 10 company, Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) is one of the world's leading providers of communications services, with approximately $67 billion in revenues. Verizon companies are the largest providers of wireline and wireless communications in the United States, with more than 139 million access line equivalents and 36 million Verizon Wireless customers. Verizon is the third largest long-distance carrier for U.S. consumers, with nearly 16 million long-distance lines. The company is also the largest directory publisher in the world, as measured by directory titles and circulation. Verizon's international presence includes wireline and wireless communications operations and investments, primarily in the Americas and Europe. For more information, visit www.verizon.com.