Verizon Ethernet Readiness: Customer Premises Prep Services

Customer premises readiness for Verizon Ethernet Services can be painless. The key is understanding how to meet Verizon’s Ethernet Installation Premises Ready Considerations. Unfortunately, inexperience on the part of customers, building staff and site readiness personnel often leads many site visits, preparation misunderstandings and unexpected delays.

Concert Technologies can prevent those unseen problems and cost surprises. A Registered Telecommunications Project Manager (RTPM) manages each Verizon Ethernet customer premises readiness job and knows how to coordinate between customer and LEC. Daily experience rolling out information communications technology allows us to achieve Verizon Ethernet site readiness with a minimal number of site visits. After the initial survey, we will discuss the LEC engineer’s requirements and look for ways to reduce costs and accelerate the install.

We understand the issues listed in Verizon’s checklist: Ethernet Installation Premises Ready Considerations

Verizon Ethernet Site Readiness Resources

Verizon Ethernet Site Readiness One-Pager

Concert Technologies Verizon Ethernet Site Prep Benefits

  • Accelerated site preparation
  • Minimize site visits and costs
  • Meet all carriers’ readiness requirements
  • Local in all US states and 165 countries
  • 100% managed Metro Ethernet site prep

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Related Tags: Metro Ethernet Site Prep, Carrier Ethernet Readiness, Demarc, Ethernet over Fiber, Business Ethernet, Fiber Ethernet, Verizon E-Line, Verizon E-LAN, Ethernet Installation, Ethernet Make Ready

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