What does it take to be a Fios tech in The Big Apple?

By: Verizon Up To Speed

Today on Up To Speed: Spend a day with Latanya and Jess getting the job done in NYC.

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Spend a day in the life of Fios Technician Latanya Walrond in NYC.

Producer’s Note:

I had the pleasure of cruising around The Big Apple with Brooklyn native Latanya Walrond to see what it’s really like to be a Fios tech in NYC. We drove around the city, running into roadblocks and traffic, but for Latanya, it’s par for the course in the city that never sleeps. 

The fast-paced vibe of these streets is what keeps her coming back and fuels her passion to help customers from all walks of life. To Latanya, the job is more than just providing internet, phone and TV service.. It’s knowing at the end of the day, she’s able to fix a  problem and leave our customers smiling.

- Jess Bonardi

 

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