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Apple released an i OS update today to address the complaints of thousands of Verizon customers who were experiencing signal drops and unexplainable issues with GPS when using the i Phone 7 and i Phone 7 Plus.The update is numbered 10.0.3, and it’s solely focused on fixing the cellular connectivity issues for those two phones.Verizon NY (VNY) is supposed to have 100% of New York City upgraded, replacing the aging copper-based networks with a fiber optic infrastructure for the delivery of a service called Fi OS that offers cable TV, High-speed Internet and Digital Phone services.Being done as part of a cable franchise that was signed in 2008, the construction was to be completed by June 30th, 2014.Let's Walk through the Numbers (The bulk of this information was originally presented in the Public Utility Law Project, (PULP) report , published May, 2014 and written by New Networks Institute, with David Bergmann, Esq.of Telecom Policy for Consumers.) Updating the New York City Advocate's 2013 data (for the year ending December 2012), we find a problem.And yet, according to , quoting Verizon, Verizon's claimed that their fiber optic service in June 2014 passed buildings in "90 percent of the Bronx, 89 percent of Brooklyn, 94 percent of Manhattan, 90 percent of Queens and virtually the entirety of Staten Island".However, in conversations with people who contacted us because they couldn't get Fi OS in areas that have been marked 'completed', we now believe that the contradictory data reveals massive holes in deployment and holes in Verizon's story.
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Verizon's press releases detailing the Fi OS deployment in New York State showed that by the end of 2012, Verizon only had 3.45 million 'homes and businesses' that were capable of getting Fi OS and by the end of 2014, Verizon had added about 550,000 additional "passed" locations that were capable of getting the service, for the years 2012-2014.
If we do the basic math for just 'housing units', Verizon only had 59% covered by the end of 2014, but the rest of New York State, then, only had 51% covered.
Unfortunately, in April 2013, then NYC Public Advocate, now-Mayor Bill de Blasio presented facts that Verizon's buildout was way behind schedule.
Using data from July-through-December 2012, (and published in April 2013), Verizon only had 51% of NYC residential 'housing units' capable of ordering Fi OS service.