Verizon has been caught distributing memos threatening to fire its workers if they repair copper infrastructure, while the company continues to insist it is investing in maintaining its existing service.
Techs must try to replace broken copper lines with wireless, Verizon memo says.
Verizon is once again in the dog house for threatening to yank a customer's service unless he converted to fiber -- even though there was nothing wrong with his existing copper lines.
If Verizon has to visit a DSL or copper-voice line customer more than twice to repair the line, the communications company plans to just switch the customer over to fiber, said an executive on the company's annual financial results ...
Leaked documents point to Verizon's deliberate campaign to shove home customers off copper networks and into fiber deployments, whether they're interested in using those services or not.