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Time To Assess Your Communications Services

Time To Assess Your Communications Services

Time To Assess Your Communications Services

Employee Emeritus Employee Emeritus ‎10-20-2014 01:29 PM
Happy Monday! 

The start of a new work week is the best time to tackle some items that are usually put on the backburner. Specifically, I mean reviewing your communications services.

At least once a year, it’s good to assess if you have enough phone lines to handle all the incoming calls or a fast enough Internet connection that you don’t have to wait a long time to download or upload files. Additionally, it’s a good time to determine if any new tools or services, such as smartphones or security/backup applications, can help you run your business even more efficiently.

10-20 for Last Chance post.jpgNow through Nov. 1, Verizon has a great offer for small businesses in markets where FiOS services are available: A two-year bundled package of Verizon FiOS Internet at 25 megabits per second upload/download and two phone lines for $94.99 per month plus taxes, fees and equipment charges. The activation fee is waived under this offer. Sign up by Nov. 1 to get a free LG G Pad 8.3 LTE tablet and a $300 Visa debit card.

This and other FiOS plans come with Verizon’s Worry-Free Guarantee which includes price guarantee, flexible scheduling, professional on-site installation, 24/7 tech support and more.

In addition, only Verizon offers its small business customers a generous rewards program that includes sweepstakes for trips to fun destinations and other prizes. 

For more information, visit or call 877.854.5791.



** WARNING ** - Any small business owner who would like the ability to travel OUTSIDE THE US and access their Verizon email services through their devices will be GREATLY DISSAPPOINTED to learn that recent changes at Verizon HAVE ELIMINATED THE ABILITY TO ACCESS EMAIL OVERSEAS via your mobile device and eMail applications, such as MS Outlook.


Verizon tech support states that Verizon is 'aware of the issue and working in it.'  I find it amazing that a company such as Verizon cannot figure out to fix a service that worked just fine only a month ago!!!!

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