So I am confused. I have bonded fusion services now. Am I able to go with FTTN with x2? I am so far away in sunset, 9670 feet from CO and I don't think Uverse is available either. Does that mean I can only stuck with old copper wires?
We're all a bit confused. Sorry about that.
Fusion was a very simple product: unlimited phone plus Internet, for $40. It was delivered with ADSL2+, and POTS - "plain old telephone service".
From a pricing and product design perspective, it remains simple: it's still unlimited phone plus Internet, for $40. But now we've got some complexity behind the scenes:
For example, in some locations close to COs, Fusion is now delivered using Sonic VDSL2 equipment, which yields higher speeds. We call this "V2".
We've also launched "X2", which is a feature that bonds two lines, at an additional cost of $20 for the second line, roughly doubling speeds.
But in other locations, generally further from COs, Fusion will soon be delivered using AT&T Fiber-to-the-node (VRAD) cabinets, which can deliver higher speeds to locations where ADSL2+ is too slow. In these locations, telephone service is delivered over-the-top using VoIP. This service is "Fusion FTTN". And again, a faster "X2" variant is offered.
For all of these, existing members will be offered upgrade or migration opportunities where available. We're working now to get all of these things launched, and then we'll be working with Sonic members to make changes and upgrades where appropriate.