The Jerusalem POST — An article by The Jerusalem Times on Thursday that claims Verizon Cable has become the “network” of choice for those who want to watch the Israeli TV channel without having to pay for an Internet connection.
The Jerusalem Post is reporting that the cable has become a “network for people who don’t have Internet access.”
According to The Jerusalem newspaper, Verizon has become so ubiquitous in the last few years that its cable customers have become an essential part of its business.
For those who don�t have Internet, Verizon now offers Internet access at no cost to subscribers and is the first company in the US to offer the service for free, along with cable, telephone and landline services.
While the newspaper did not identify the service, the cable is referred to as a Verizon TV service.
Verizon says that the service is intended for its cable TV customers who have to pay Verizon a monthly fee to access it.
But in the Jerusalem Post article, a Verizon spokesperson denied the existence of such a service and insisted that Verizon offers a wide range of services, including the internet service and the cable TV service, all of which are free of charge.
According to the Jerusalem Times, the number of Verizon TV subscribers in Israel is estimated to be about 1.2 million.
The newspaper also claimed that the number who have purchased cable TV subscriptions in Israel over the past three years has nearly doubled.
According To the Jerusalem newspaper:The Jerusalem Times said that Verizon has not yet released a number of the cable channels it offers.
Verizon, which is based in California, has the most subscribers in the United States.
In a statement to the newspaper, a representative of Verizon told The Jerusalem Sun that it is in negotiations with Tel Aviv TV over the pricing of its cable services and that the company will be releasing an announcement soon on this topic.
The New York Times has reported that the United Nations has raised concerns over Verizon’s decision to offer Internet access to its cable subscribers, as it is a step too far for the US cable company.
Tel Aviv TV has claimed that Verizon Cable, which was established in 2006, is not a cable TV company, but a “multichannel video company.”
It added that it had invested in technology that is designed to offer users the highest quality service, and that it would be a violation of international rules if it continued to provide such services.
Verizon declined to comment to The New York Post on the article, and the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs referred all questions to the company.