Integra Telecom extends enterprise-grade data service to SMBs

SMBs in Colorado that want enterprise-grade services at small business prices have a new ally in Integra Telecom. The CLEC has launched an enterprise-level Internet offering it says will fit the budgets of small- and medium-sized businesses. Integra will offer the new SMB broadband service with 5, 15 and 25 Mbps download speeds and upload speeds of up to 2 Mbps ranging in price from $79.95 to $99.95. Integra currently offers its copper-based broadband services in its Arizona, California, Idaho, Minnesota, Oregon, Utah, Colorado and Washington markets.

"Integra's Broadband Internet is custom designed for small-to-midsized businesses, offering unprecedented speeds that were previously reserved for larger, enterprise level businesses," Ken Worcester, senior vice president of Integra Telecom of Colorado in a press release. "We're utilizing the same copper wire technology that businesses have relied on for more than a century to offer Broadband Internet solutions at an affordable price point for Colorado businesses."

For more:
- see the press release here

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