Monthly Archives: June 2015

Why you can’t get Verizon FiOS in New York City

  You can’t get Verizon FiOS in much of New York City because Verizon has broken its agreement to build out its network, the city says. Mayor Bill de Blasio ripped Verizon’s failed promises in an audit released June 18┬áthat … Continue reading

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Con Edison electricity rates frozen for another year

  Consumers scored a partial win when the Public Service Commission voted June 17 to extend its freeze on Con Edison electricity rates for another year.┬áThat means whatever you pay now is what you’ll be paying through the end of … Continue reading

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No savings for you! New York consumer advocate plan faces uphill fight

  A lot is changing in how New Yorkers buy electricity, gas and communications service. About the only thing staying the same is that consumers have little say in decisions by the state Public Service Commission. Plans for a New … Continue reading

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