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Fiber to the Home is Dead. The Plan: Shut Off the Wires and Replace it with Wireless Vaporware.

The Promise: The Boston Globe wrote in April, 2016 that Boston is supposed to have FiOS, a fiber to the home service, deployed to 100% of the city within six years. "FiOS rollout in Boston could take up to 6 years "Verizon is finally ready to offer its high-speed fiber optic service to Boston -- a victory for city officials who have long sought meaningful competition for high-speed Internet and TV service in a city dominated by Comcast Corp.
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