Verizon has introduced a 10-15 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream service initially available to more than 4 million households and small businesses.

The new speed tier is the latest addition to Verizon’s existing suite of High Speed Internet speeds: 4-7 Mbps, 1.5-3 Mbps and 768 kilobits per second-1 Mbps downstream for consumers, as well as similar business packages. All HSI services include a dedicated connection to the home or business over the company’s copper network, so service won’t slow down when neighbors are online at the same time.

Pricing for the 10 to 15 Mbps/1 Mbps service is $49.99 per month for residential customers with voice service from Verizon, and $59.99 per month for those without voice service.

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