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Fox Soccer Channel HD Coming to Verizon FiOS in April

fsc hd fios Fox Soccer Channel HD Coming to Verizon FiOS in April

The long wait for Verizon FiOS customers to get Fox Soccer Channel HD appears to be almost finally over. “For all of the soccer fans out there, Fox Soccer Channel HD is coming in April,” said Heather Wilner, manager of media relations for Verizon FiOS, on its corporate blog.

Interestingly when Verizon FiOS’s director of product management was quizzed about the mention, he responded on Twitter by saying “You’ll have to ask @heatherwilner- those r her words – I’m not touching this topic w/ a 10 ft pole.” So much for everyone at the company being on the same page.

Nevertheless, Wilner confirmed the news on her Twitter account and said that she will keep everyone posted on official launch dates.

With the forthcoming availability of Fox Soccer Channel HD on Verizon FiOS, Comcast Cable remains one of the last nationwide TV providers who still does not offer Fox Soccer Channel HD to its customers nationwide. Read the following story to learn how you can help get FSCHD added: How to demand your TV provider Adds Fox Soccer Plus or FSCHD.

Thanks to EPL Talk reader Adeniyi Adebowale for the news tip.


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