Comcast Business Offers Two New Telecommunications Services

Comcast Business Offers Two New Telecommunications Services

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Comcast Business is an subsidiary of Comcast, that, through many iterations, has managed the sales, delivery, and support of cable, phone, and internet services to companies. In early 2021, Comcast Business reached new milestones in growth, growing by 34% to reach nearly $2 billion in revenue. Today, Comcast offers more than two hundred and twenty different cable and phone services, including high speed Internet, video, voice, home, business, VoIP, cable TV, digital phone service, high-speed Internet, cable TV, home phone service, and cable broadband. Comcast Business also provides original video programming services, including Platinum Game Channel, Comcast Blast, and Comcast FanFinder. Comcast Business offers interactive website experiences for customers, with customized navigation options, such as Go strolls, Find an event, or Jump right in! Comcast Business also offers pay per view and special on demand movie rentals and on-demand access to live events and sports telecasts.

As part of a comprehensive plan to expand its services to include more areas of the country, Comcast has entered into agreements with the city of Boston and the state of Maryland to develop a municipal cable network. The agreement was signed in January, according to a news release from the Comcast Business newsroom. The cities are the latest in a series of cities that have sought to attract more business and consumers via the medium of cable Internet. Comcast has also said that it is working on deals in California and New York to expand its service into key areas of those states. The company has also indicated that it will expand into the Chicago market, though details have yet to be announced.

According to a press release, Comcast Business will launch a nationwide 5G network by the end of the year. The company did not specify a timeline but said that the new system would include all of its existing cable TV services, including the popular NBC television network, local sports channels, a pay per view movie service and additional on demand video programming. While no exact number of how many small businesses could potentially take advantage of the new system has been stated, some speculate that it could hit 100.

The biggest benefit to Comcast Business customers will come from the addition of mobile wireless broadband Internet service. The inclusion of WAP – which stands for “wireless application protocol” – in its existing cable broadband service has made the connection much easier to use, particularly for travelers who want to stay connected while on the go. It is unclear if the WAP technology will be available for cellular phones, though it is expected to do so at some point. The customer support for Comcast Business wireless Internet service has always been above average, however, the lack of data options could turn off some potential customers. Many small businesses are choosing to stick with traditional data plans, despite the availability of WAP-based wireless broadband.

Comcast’s national 4G network is also being expanded upon with the addition of Verizon’s FiOS service. This service is targeted primarily at residential customers and comes with a monthly bill as low as $50. FiOS provides customers with nationwide, high-speed Internet access with digital telephone capabilities. It is not clear if the company plans to offer this same service outside of the United States, or if it intends to charge a similar price for customers outside of the United States.

There is no definite timeline as to when Comcast Business customers will be able to reap the benefits of this announcement, but it appears that this is only the tip of the iceberg. In order to take full advantage of digital cable and other interactive features offered by Comcast Business, it is important to have a properly functioning router, modem and wires throughout your business. These pieces of equipment can be purchased online and can be shipped directly to you, although there is usually an installation fee. Having a properly installed router and modem will also allow you to connect to Comcast Business with any wireless device, such as your laptop. For those users who use broadband outside of the home, the availability of free Wi-Fi in select public areas may be just the thing to push you over to the faster internet era.

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