Time Warner Cable Business Class (TWCBC), a division of Time Warner Cable, recently launched a business-grade telephony service in North Texas that is tailored to small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
The service, called Business Class Phone, will be carried on TWCBC’s nationwide, private network throughout the company’s footprint. TWC entered North Texas last year, and since then, it has spent more than $100 million to improve the fiber optic and cable distribution networks.
“Business Class Phone is a great addition to our suite of enhanced services designed to meet the growing needs of SMBs in North Texas,” said Joe Morris, VP of Time Warner Cable Business Services, in a statement. “Our ability to seamlessly bundle Business Class Phone with other business communications services makes us a viable single-source option for all SMBs in the Dallas area.”
Customers in phone-ready areas can receive a range of scalable IT offerings, including data, video products and fiber-based services – such as Metro Ethernet products – dedicated Internet access, teleworker and branch office offerings, and managed security and storage.