Verizon announced the launch of symmetrical 15 Mbs and 20 Mbps broadband services, powered by their FiOS network, and targeting the SMB sector. It’s no coincidence that Verizon is flexing its FiOS muscle on the SMB market. The cable industry is aggressively pursuing this same lucrative market, which was once the exclusive domain of telecom carriers. Pricing and speed availability depends on location but looks something like $99.99/month ($139.99 with a static IP address) for either service. Verizon also upped some of its higher speed services, offering both a 50 Mbps and 35 Mbps tier, but with asymmetrical upload speeds.
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