In order for a service to be defined as “broadband” it must be “always on” as opposed to the traditional dial-up connection which required users to log-on via a phone modem in order to establish online access. Depending on your location you may have multiple broadband services in your area. Some of the different types of broadband include DSL (Digital Subscriber Lines), Cable, Satellite, Fiber, Wifi (Wireless) and even BPL (Broadband Over Powerlines). Visit here to learn more about the various broadband technologies and internet availability.
Only Fios gives you the fastest and most reliable fiber-optic internet and Wi-Fi available 1. And unlike cable, Fios customers get upload speeds as fast as their download speeds–with upload speeds up to 8x faster 2.
Even if Fios isn't available in your area, don't worry! Verizon High Speed Internet service (DSL) gives you the consistently fast speeds, proven performance and 99.9% network reliability you need.
Verizon received the highest numerical score in the East region of the J.D. Power 2013-2017 U.S. Residential Internet Service Provider Satisfaction Studies. 2017 study based on 21,701 total responses, from 6 companies measuring the opinions of customers with their internet service provider, surveyed November 2016-July 2017. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com