Verizon sees business for business TV

The small business sector often has been an elusive market for telcos as they rolled out different services. So Verizon's decision to offer FiOS TV services to the small business market might have drawn a few snickers. But the telco now says business is picking up for its business TV service. Verizon did not offer actual adoption numbers, but, instead, rolled out a customer case study in a Telephony story. Telephony talked to the owner of a Dallas area oil and lube shop who offers the TV reception as something for his customers to watch while their cars are serviced. He replaced his old satellite service with FiOS because it offers more channels and doesn't go out of service during a storm.

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