Assuming that the agreement itself is clear and unequivocal, the owner should be assured, prior to the signing of the document, that the new ROE complies with all existing agreements as well as all applicable national and local laws. As part of the agreement, Verizon agreed to use Fios throughout New York City by handing over every residential building in the city. During the deployment of fiber optics, Verizon agreed to install fiberglass in different configurations: underground lines, electric pylons from the air or front (or behind) each dwelling house. Given the multiplicity of suppliers, which are increasingly seen as indispensable, it is all the more important that mDU owners structure their construction access agreements in a way that maximizes their long-term value, so that their buildings do not become monopolistic tenecks that benefit the established company and no one else. For technical reasons, we sometimes break down a block of NYC into sections, and each section is managed by a different set of devices. If we get all access to the building to a particular section of a block, we can only bring Fios to that section if we continue to try to access the remaining sections. Similarly, there may be an entire block that has Fios, while the block across the street does not. Many buildings are, for example, served by a cable operator and a telephone company, each of which offers wiring and voice telephony services. These companies often have exclusive service agreements with the owner. A contractor considering a FTTP facility should carefully review all existing cable and telephone agreements to ensure that the new agreement is not contrary to the terms of an existing agreement or to prevent the owner from hiring new suppliers in the future. Verizon stated that its argument was confirmed by the fact that the NYC/Verizon agreement had «deliberately omitted the language» that households would only be passed on if «installations were installed on the street in front of the building», although that language was used in the city`s agreements with other cable operators. On March 10, 2015, at midnight EDT, The Weather Channel and its sister network Weatherscan were removed from Verizon Fios after the two parties could not agree on a new promotional contract. Services have been replaced by the AccuWeather Network (launched On March 13) and a Fios widget with weatherBug predictive content.
It was not until more than 12 hours after the withdrawal of TWC and Weatherscan that the distance was made public.   The weather channel offered Verizon Fios, which declined the offer, a more favorable deal. Verizon`s reason for deleting TWC and its services is the extensive availability of internet and mobile apps for consumers, who can access weather content at any time of the day.   During our verification of what it will take to introduce Fios TV into your building, we have discovered a situation that will prevent us from providing Fio`s TV service at that time. After relatively poor financial results for the largest company in early 2010, Verizon announced in March 2010 that it was completing its Fios expansion and would focus on completing its network in areas already franchised by Fios, but which were not integrated into new territories, including the cities of Baltimore and Boston, which had not yet entered into municipal franchise agreements.  Doug Michelson, an analyst at Deutsche Bank, concluded that «Verizon spent too much to buy back Fios` customers.»  Some have viewed the halting deployment as a violation of Verizon`s agreements with some municipalities and states, given that Verizon has collected revenue to provide infrastructure upgrades that never occurred.  In New Jersey, Verizon collected an additional $15 billion from customers and tax subsidies in exchange for promising fiber-optic broadband connections for the entire state.  The New Jersey government amended the agreement in 2014 to allow Verizon to replace wireless internet access to deliver on its promise.