Verizon's new plan for Small Business

Verizon's new plan for Small Business
Yesterday, Verizon Wireless announced a new service plan for its business customers. The starting package of the Nationwide Small Business SharePlan allows small business subscribers to use shared Anytime Minutes, plus unlimited calls to every customer on the Verizon’s network and consolidated billing.

Starting at a monthly rate of $69.99, customers will get two lines and 700 shared minutes. In addition, they will be able to add more lines at a fixed price of $9.99 per month per one. The Nationwide Small Business SharePlan will be available from May 17; for extra details on the new service, please, check our source link.

source: Verizon



1. stuntz

Posts: 178; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

so its a family plan labled as small buissness plan?

2. The Godfather unregistered

lmao family plan with a mandatory 8% off due to it being classified as a SMB deal, thats the change. Unfortunately phone arena didnt see apple or i phone in this so they didnt really care to report it correctly. Before , you needed to have a share plan to get that 8% off.

3. brikz4real

Posts: 173; Member since: Dec 24, 2008

The only thing about this Godfather is that the 8% discount will only apply to the "primary" line on the account. I know, it's still a discount, and 8% is better than nothing, but I wonder if the employees of that company will receive a discount on their "personal" plans ( if they choose to get one ) because the small business they work for has VZW service. I know this applies to the current Business Share plans.

4. T-Money3000 unregistered

if each person got their own plan they WOULD get a discount but only at the 8%. Therefore, by sharing the minutes, they can save money on the bill.... just like how a family......shares........minutes.......crazy concept.... i know.... Family Share Plans....

5. WKlingbeil

Posts: 215; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

Haha, yeah, this is VZW thinking people are going to buy into a new service that is no different than the previous, it simply has a new name... Just like "Mobile Broadband," and other silly nomenclatures. But Brikz, that's how all discounts work at VZW, only on plans with monthly access of $34.99 or higher. And no, personal lines wouldn't constitute an additional discount, that would be a separate discount agreement for Employee Liable accounts, as opposed to Corporate Liable accounts.

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