Verizon are rolling out a "fiber to the home" to provide both TV and Internet across certain parts of the USA and have been offering 5Mb and even 10MB services for the last year however this week they have thrown down the gauntlet against the cable and dsl providers.
Fios 20/20 is now available in select trial areas for $64.99 a month.
So for about $10 more than I'm paying now with Time Warner cable (8Mb down / 768kbs up - eg the fastest I can get) I can get 20Mb down and even better 20Mbs up.......where do I sign?
As long as this isn't a bundled service requirement as soon as the truck roll heads past 120th st I'm in.
All we need now are applications apart from browsing and voip to utilise these speeds but I'm sure I can think of something.