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Comcast Business Hospitality introduces new speeds, reduced pricing in Utah

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Comcast Business Hospitality is celebrating the launch of new Internet speeds with lower prices and promotions for new customers.

To better meet the needs of the hotel management industry, including the growing demand of guest data, Comcast Business Hospitality added two new speed and pricing options and also increased the speeds of two of its existing Internet plans.

The new Starter plan includes 16 Mbps download speeds and 3 Mbps upload speeds plus one modem. The added Deluxe plan offers 75 Mbps download and 15 Mbps upload speeds. Both of these Internet tiers include Comcast’s dual internet connection offering.

Still included among Hospitality’s options are the two original Deluxe plans. The most economical Deluxe plan received increased speeds from 27 Mbps download and 7 Mbps upload to 50 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload speeds, with rates lowered by $300. And now, new customers can enjoy the fastest Deluxe 100+ plan with an increased upload speed of 10 Mbps to 20 Mbps and prices lowered by $400.

Comcast Business Hospitality provides specialized services for the hotel industry, including secure Ethernet, Internet, Internet, Free to Guest and Restaurant TV and phone services.

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