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I wonder if you can consider fiber optic cabling to be "low voltage" being that it uses no voltage.
The FiOS box has copper in it from the curb. If you originally have a copper line going to your house from the CO, the fios technician will connect that wire along with your household phones so that they can monitor the health of your phone line should you call to report a problem.
Also, the fiber optic cable has a steel belted jacket under the rubber coating. If that jacket is exposed at the Fios splice point, lightning could hit it and blow the box off the wall.