|August 11, 2014|
|Verizon Announces Major Adjustments To Data Usage of Internet Customers|
|By Chris Crum|
This past week, Verizon announced that it will be making two major adjustments to the data usage of its customers—increasing upload speeds to match download speeds for nearly all of its FiOS service subscribers and limiting the data speeds for the top five percent of data users for its 4G network, according to the Los Angeles Times and Forbesrespectively.
The first change, announced in a news release this past Monday, comes with Verizon’s expectation that its users’ upload activity will double by the end of 2016. The increasing of upload speeds will allow users to upload videos to sites like YouTube nearly as quickly as downloading videos they want to watch.
Verizon has about 6 million subscribers and its FiOS service—which relies on fiber-optic cables that allow for both [...]
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