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Verizon's Eric Bruno: The Borderless Lifestyle

10/26/2011
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12/5/2012 | 4:49:43 PM
re: Verizon's Eric Bruno: The Borderless Lifestyle


Hi i think verizon should look at the data side of there service and not the tv side. Most of the product that people use are in the part of data and we do have the fastest in the world with fiber.The video part is old and we should let the cable company deal with it and we work on the use of the streaming to customer. If we use the netfliex and fliex view service and try to ask the moive maker to be part of our data high speed network we win.And if we do the video part we have to make it better for our people to provide the service better like power the hub's and chg the way the router are used as a all in one.

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