Verizon Now Lets FiOS TV Customers Watch TV On Mobile Devices While Away From Home

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Verizon has released an enhanced version of the FiOS Mobile App, which allows Verizon FiOS TV customers to watch linear content and video on demand while away from home.  The FiOS Mobile App now offers access to popular TV shows and movies through select iOS and Android mobile devices and tablets along with the Kindle Fire.

“The FiOS Mobile App has a wide variety of content choice for all ages and interests, from the do-it-yourselfer to the moviegoer, and this is just the beginning,” stated FiOS TV’s director of consumer video services Maitreyi Krishnaswamy.  “Close collaboration with content and software partners, allows us to deliver a seamless customer experience, which will become even better as the content choices grow over time.”

Customers can watch up to 9 popular live TV channels depending on their TV package.  Channels that will be available in this rollout includes NFL Network (tablet only), BBC, the Tennis Channel, EPIX, and networks from Scripps Networks like Food Network and Travel Channel.

The FiOS Mobile App offers on-demand content, including over 45,000 Flex View titles.  Customers can access thousands of free and subscription-on-demand content from brands like Starz, Encore, HBO, HGTV, Food Network, and the Travel Channel.

Verizon Now Lets FiOS TV Customers Watch TV On Mobile Devices While Away From Home Comments

  1. Metz says:

    I am not new to watching TV using your mobile devices while away from home and I there are lots of applications in the market that you can make use.
    Well, in my opinion, having a mobile phone or iPad has an advantage. Just like this one “Verizon has released an enhanced version of the FiOS Mobile App, which allows Verizon FiOS TV customers to watch linear content and video on demand while away from home. ” What makes me feel glad here are the improvements. I love improvements because they are really concerned with their customers.
    Thanks for this!

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