Business Class Voice is designed and priced for small businesses.
Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) has introduced its new Business Class Voice service, designed and priced for small and midsize businesses across New England. The company has also announced that its Triple Play package, including cable television, high-speed Internet and voice services, will now be available to this market sector for as low as $99 per month.
The new service features flat-rate unlimited local and long-distance calling, auto attendant, call forwarding options, caller ID, three-way calling and voicemail. The Internet service boasts speeds of up to 12 megabytes per second, and the Business Class TV service offers programming relevant to workplace needs.
"We are excited about helping local companies increase productivity, find new efficiencies and take their businesses to the next level with our reliable, efficient and innovative voice service and the rest of the Business Class bundle," Ed Gallagher, vice president and general manager of business services for Comcast's North-Central division, said in a statement.