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+ - Verizon FiOS Network Upgrade Brings Symmetrical Upload/Download Speeds->

Submitted by mpicpp
mpicpp (3454017) writes "500 Mbps uploads, 500 Mbps downloads are now a reality on FiOS

For existing Verizon FiOS customers (or those that are looking to adopt the service), there’s some good news to report this morning. Verizon has made significant upgrades to its network infrastructure and as a result, data upload speeds will now match existing download speeds. This means that customers on the “lowly” 15 Mbps service will seen a 3x performance in upload speeds (up from 5 Mbps) while those on the range-topping 500 Mbps service will see their speeds boost by 5x (up from 100 Mbps)"

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