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Consumer 980/880 Plan vs Business 980/880 Plan

Consumer 980/880 Plan vs Business 980/880 Plan

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terra3110
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Hi,


I noticed that the Consumer 980/880 FIOS Plan costs $80, the Business Version $235. Besides that, I can get a Static IP for the Business plan, what is the difference that justifies a price three times the price?

Frank

 
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Different support groups and usually, faster tech dispatch if there's a problem. You'll get priority over residential tickets if an outage occurs.

 

Beyond that, it's the same service... unless you want a Static IP. Business should be ordered if you're at a business, though. It's against the Terms of Service to use Residential for such use otherwise.

ambroselittle
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Verizon Business sales rep told me that business internet has routing prioritization. Anyone know if that is true or **bleep**?

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Probably true.

Business service gets priority (service, restoral, etc) over residential.


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