More carriers target SMBs

Verizon Business is making a new push into the small and medium-sized business (SMB) market, which is annually viewed as one of the most under-served telecom service markets. Though, it's hard to believe SMBs are still feeling neglected. So many carriers have created strategies or specific services with SMBs in mind over the last year that they might be suffering under the weight of all the new attention.

Telcos, cable TV companies, CLECs and other service providers are all looking to make things easier on the people who own and operate these businesses, but I'm betting all the offers, advertising and options are paralyzing some of the decision makers.

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