Comcast’s business-class voice service dials up New England

Mon, 03/24/2008 - 8:55am
Mike Robuck

Comcast has announced that its business-class voice service is now available to small- and medium-size businesses in New England.

The addition of the voice offering completes Comcast’s business services triple-play offering in the New England region, which the company said is available for as low as $99 per month.

"Our business-class voice product gives small- and medium-size businesses the reliability that they need and features that have traditionally only been available to large companies,” said Ed Gallagher, VP and GM of business services for Comcast's North Central Division, which encompasses all of New England.

Comcast’s business-class voice service includes unlimited local and long-distance calling for one price.

Features include attendant, do not disturb, simultaneous ring, caller ID block, caller ID name and number, and caller ID on call waiting. Businesses are also able to keep their current phone numbers when they switch to the voice service.

Comcast’s business-class Internet service offers speeds of 12 Mbps to 16 Mbps when used with Comcast’s PowerBoost speed enhancer, while the business-class TV service offers video in conference rooms, waiting rooms and lobbies.

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