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Verizon field techs keep a social distance on Fios installs due to COVID-19

On Apr 24, 2020
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Verizon's field technicians are now keeping their distance in regards to new installations of the company's Fios service. In Verizon's Friday morning Q1 earnings call, Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg said his company started work two or three weeks to reduce contact between field technicians ...

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Verizon field techs keep a social distance on Fios installs due to COVID-19

Verizon's field technicians are now keeping their distance in regards to new installations of the company's Fios service. In Verizon's Friday morning Q1 earnings call, Verizon CEO Hans ...

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