I work from home, so when my husband told me we had to move, the first thing I did was check out Internet availability in the area where he was being transferred to. He does the majority of his work at the office, so it would not matter to him what kind of Internet connection we had. I don't have that luxury though, but it turned out to not be a problem. When I saw that I would be able to get FiOS, all of my worries disappeared. I have had FiOS for the last few years before we had to move, so I was happy that I would be able to carry on with it in our new home.
I would have been okay if we had to downgrade to cable or DSL, but I did not want to do dial up at all. Since all four of these were available as well as satellite, it was a no brainer on which one we would choose for our new home. I like everything about FiOS, from their connection speeds to the fact that I do not have to have a contract with them.
Even though they are my top choice, I like having the freedom to not be tied down to any specific company. If they maintain their level of service, they don't have to worry about losing me as a customer. Frontier FiOS gets this, which is why I did not even look at any other Internet provider. It was very easy to get signed up with them too, and I did not even miss a day of work during this transition. My husband is happy that I was able to keep the same level of Internet that we had before, so it has worked out for all of us.