You might think that in the process of adapting its recently-launched Friends & Family package to a business audience, Verizon would've changed the name to something more... you know, business-oriented, but nope -- Friends & Family for Business launches on March 15. On plans starting at $59.99 for a single line with 900 minutes, Big Red will be offering ten numbers employees call most -- which should significantly reduce the need for those minutes, we figure. Anything that eliminates a great excuse for calling the boss is a downgrade as far as we're concerned, but we're sure businesses on Verizon are going to be pretty stoked about this.

[Via Phone Scoop]

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