7 million new homes and businesses can get Verizon’s Fios starting January 14

On January 14th, the Internet as we know it changes in an instant. Verizon will roll out Fios Instant Internet, a new broadband service with equal upload and download speeds of 750 Mbps.

With symmetrical speeds like these, Fios Instant Internet has the bandwidth to handle whatever demands a home or business full of connected devices can throw at it without compromising the performance of any one of them.

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Other Internet service providers claim to have ultra-fast gigabit-like speeds, but they don’t offer uploads as fast as downloads and they’re often accessible to only a select few customers. But Fios Instant Internet’s 750/750 Mbps symmetrical speeds will be available  to nearly seven million homes and businesses in greater New York City/northern New Jersey, Philadelphia and Richmond, with more to follow in 2017.

The average American home had seven or eight connected devices in 2016– an increase of 64% over 2015.

 

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