Friday, February 10, 2017

Verizon: We're here for you when the snow stops falling

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As the snow continues to fall, one of the most common storm-related issues is a power outage, which can affect your Fios®  services.  If that happens, here are some quick tips to get you back up and running.
  1. To fix most issues, unplug and plug back in your Verizon equipment.
  2. Didn't work?  You may have to reset your Optical Network Terminal (ONT) by following these instructions.
  3. Still no luck?  Visit or the My Fios app via a mobile device for answers to common questions or to submit a repair request. 

Don't have the My Fios app?  Download it now.

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We hope you stay warm and stay safe this winter.

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