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US communications giant Verizon has launched a TV package in the US designed specifically for small and medium-sized businesses, such as health clinics, consulting firms, restaurants, health clubs, bars and cafés.

cnn 20 dec 2018The FiOS Current TV plan will offer a tailored suite of news programming to keep employees, customers and patrons up-to-date, with programming covering the latest local, national and international news; delivered through Verizon’s fibre-optic network.

The pay-TV provider  has priced the package at $40 per month without a contract or $30 per month with a two-year agreement.

“Businesses should be able to get and display the news programming that they and their customers want,” said Martin Burvill, president of Verizon Business Markets.. “We’ve tailored and priced this plan so that small and medium businesses can enjoy the channels they want the most.”

Current TV customers will have access to 45+ channels (20+ HD) including news programming from the top cable networks such as CNN, MSNBC and FOX News, as well as network affiliate news channels including CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX united states, north america, verizon, news programming, small businesses, current tv, fios, bars, health clinics, cafes

US communications giant Verizon has launched a TV package in the US designed specifically for small and medium-sized businesses, such as health clinics, consulting firms, restaurants, health clubs, bars and cafes.

The FiOS Current TV plan will offer a tailored suite of news programming to keep employees, customers and patrons up-to-date, with programming covering the latest local, national and international news; delivered through Verizon’s fibre-optic network.

The pay-TV provider has priced the package at $40 per month without a contract or $30 per month with a two-year agreement.

“Businesses should be able to get and display the news programming that they and their customers want,” said Martin Burvill, president of Verizon Business Markets. “We’ve tailored and priced this plan so that small and medium businesses can enjoy the channels they want the most.”

Current TV customers will have access to 45+ channels (20+ HD) including news programming from the top cable networks such as CNN, MSNBC and FOX News, as well as network affiliate news channels including CBS, NBC, ABC and FOX
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