Originally Posted by Rick Adams
Bottom line, has anyone else had their order mysteriously canceled or does anyone actually have the service in their home and running in Fairfax/Falls Church? Because if I was getting a legitimate explanation, all the recent NoVA posters in this thread have a rude awakening coming.
Here is a thread
from another website you might find informative. Three different people have had installs, two in Reston and one undisclosed location in the county.
My install is scheduled for Tuesday, January 24. When I type my number in the Can I Get FiOS TV?
link, the following message comes up:
You already have Verizon FiOS TV. Our records indicate that you already have ordered FiOS TV at this location. If you feel this is incorrect, please call 1-800-293-9139 (Mon - Fri, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.) to see if you can order FiOS TV.
I called this morning and spoke with a CSR who confirmed that I was indeed in the system. I had a question regarding the programming lineup. The channel lineup
as displayed is accurate across their entire footprint--Texas; Temple Terrace, FL; and Herndon/Fairfax County. The pdf link that is specific for us is not updated. I wanted to make sure I was getting HDNet after reading earlier in this very thread a post from a NauticaX who indicated a friend here who had the service was only getting HDNet Movies.
As for the question of CSN being available, the only thing I know is there is a deal between MASN and Verizon for the Nats games. I have seen that the local RSN is available in the Dallas suburbs where FiOS is deployed but I haven't heard anything about CSN availability for NoVA. That raises a side question: Since MASN produces the Orioles games, does CSN separately produce the HD games? I would be interested in watching the Os but only if they are in HD. Same with the Wizards.