Verizon is widening the scope of its Share Everything plans to accommodate small businesses from January 24th. Companies can purchase a single plan with up to 25 lines with unlimited minutes, texts, picture and video messages -- with the tiered pricing dependent on if you want data limits of 30GB ($225), 40GB ($300) or 50GB ($375), plus line rental. Enterprise customers can also plump for plans with tailored minutes to Canada or Mexico if they do the bulk of their business with our neighbors. Use of mobile hotspots is built into the pricing, and will let subscribers know when they're close to hitting their cap. Interested in learning more? Head down to the source links for detailed information on pricing.
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