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bhan261

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reply to CXM_Splicer

Re: Conspiracy?

Just curious...what if a building landlord refuses to allow Verizon to install FiOS in their building? Do the tenants have any recourse?


CXM_Splicer
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Not really, no. It is common for owners of large buildings to be approached by Time Warner who gets an exclusivity contract in exchange for $$$. Unfortunately, you are at the mercy of the building owner.



battleop

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No. Landlords can pretty much say who can and can't enter their buildings. I



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said by bhan261:

Just curious...what if a building landlord refuses to allow Verizon to install FiOS in their building? Do the tenants have any recourse?

What Verizon needs to do is what AT&T does in my area. AT&T runs fiber out of their switch to area "hubs/nodes" which then run POTS copper for the "last mile". They run POTS, ADSL, and VDSL on these.

This would save Verizon a lot of time as they would not have to replace all the good copper just before and inside buildings.
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