Verizon has created new options for customers to personalize their FiOS service bundles to best meet their individual voice, broadband and TV needs. Previously, consumers were limited to the Internet speeds and number of TV channels assigned to specific FiOS bundles and price points. With this change, consumers will be able to choose and mix services to customize their bundles – at a cost of $5 to $10 a month in additional incremental charges.

"For some customers, broadband Internet speed is more important than a lot of TV options; for others, robust TV rules the household; and some customers want it all," said Mike Ritter, Verizon chief marketing officer for consumer and business services, in a statement.

All the new FiOS-only choices include Verizon’s Worry-Free Guarantee of no term contract requirement, a premium installation and in-home demonstration, plus a follow-up satisfaction call. Customers can build and order their bundles online. Two-year term contracts are required when Verizon Wireless service is added to any bundle.

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CommScope chief legal officer and secretary Burk Wyatt is retiring on June 1 after more than 25 years at the company. Justin Choi will succeed him as chief legal officer

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