Here's why Verizon should restart its FiOS rollout

Samantha Bookman, FierceTelecomIt's frustrating for millions of Americans to see Verizon FiOS (NYSE: VZ) commercials that whet the appetite for fiber-to-the-home services only to find out the provider has decided not to continue its rollout into their neighborhoods. It's equally frustrating for consumer advocates who see FiOS as a way to provide competition and, probably, cause better service from incumbent cable operators. Now, FierceTelecom's Samantha Bookman makes a case--actually, five cases--why that rollout should restart in earnest. Read her reasoning here.

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