Verizon Offers Fios in Boston Amid Citywide Fiber-Optic Rollout

Verizon announced the first availability of Fios Internet, TV and phone services in several Boston neighborhoods, which residents can order by visiting

Fios is debuting just eight months after the company outlined a $300 million investment to build a fiber-optic network platform across Boston over the next six years. Capable of powering wired broadband, advanced wireless services, smart community solutions and future innovation, Verizon’s new 100% fiber-optic network platform will transform Boston’s technology infrastructure and bring competition and new choices to residents and businesses.

Beginning today Fios Internet, TV and phone are available to order in parts of Dorchester, Roslindale and West Roxbury. Residents in these first neighborhoods can go online to check Fios availability at their specific address.

As previously announced, Verizon also plans to bring Fios Internet, TV and phone service to Roxbury’s Dudley Square Innovation District before year’s end. Expansion will continue street-by-street, week-by-week, in Dorchester, Roslindale, West Roxbury and parts of Roxbury in 2017.

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