Verizon Starts Bundling Broadband Services With Google Apps To Small Business Customers
This is interesting. Verizon has just announced that it is bundling broadband with Google Apps for its small business customers.
Called Google Apps for Verizon, the package combines Google’s-cloud-based productivity suite with broadband internet access. The new offering includes 25 GB (gigabytes) of domain name e-mail storage per user; access to Gmail, Google Calendar, Sites, Docs, and Video.
Google Apps for Verizon is available to businesses that subscribe to a bundle consisting of Verizon Internet service and either Verizon voice or TV service, or both. Unfortunately, the package is available in 13 states, including Washington D.C. Verizon is actually offering 3 free users accounts and a free domain name if users bundle Apps with internet access.
Considering Verizon’s widespread popularity, this could be a big win for Google Apps.
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