Verizon FiOS speeds are now at “super-fast” speeds
Verizon has released its latest wireless speeds data for the month of February.
The new figures show Verizon Fios speeds are at “Super-fast.”
In addition, Verizon Fiios wireless speeds have jumped from a peak of 4G data of 100Mbps to “Super” (the highest speed).
Verizon Fioses wireless speeds also have increased from 10Mbps down to 6Mbps down.
The carrier released its data for January and February, but the month is still only a few weeks old.
While we have reached our “final” February FiOS speed for the country, Verizon is already ramping up its FiOS deployment and plans to build more FiOS hotspots.
Verizon FiOs new speeds have also brought about the end of the “Honey Badger” campaign, which began in December when customers began reporting their speeds dropping to less than 50Mbps.
Verizon has been pushing back against complaints and is now making a more concerted effort to improve the quality of its FiOs speeds.
“Today, we launched our new broadband speeds,” Verizon said in a blog post.
“We’re proud to see the speed of our FiOS network continue to improve as we continue to deploy more of our high-speed, 4G LTE network to customers.
Today, we’ve added more than 2.5 million Wi-Fi hotspots, added more 4G hotspots to our network, and upgraded more than 700,000 FiOS Internet access points.
We’re working hard to increase speeds, with new speeds to come.”
Verizon’s new FiOS Speed Comparison For February, Verizon says that its Fios wireless speeds will average around 20Mbps down and up.
Verizon FiOS will be available in more than 200 markets across the country.