New plan allows customers to pay once for Internet access on
smartphone and at home
CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 31, 2009--
Leveraging its ability to deliver high-speed Internet service on
smartphones and at home, Cincinnati
Bell Inc. (NYSE: CBB) today announced a revolutionary program
designed around one simple question: “Why Pay For Two?”
Cincinnati Bell’s WhyPayForTwo
plan delivers unlimited Internet access and text messaging on a
smartphone and ZoomTown high-speed Internet access at home for $39.99 a
month – a price the competition charges for just one service.
According to Cincinnati Bell President and CEO Jack Cassidy, the appeal
of WhyPayForTwo is simplicity. “Today’s consumer uses the Internet at
home and on the go to check e-mail, post updates on social media sites
and browse the Web. We believe there’s only one Internet and consumers
shouldn’t pay twice to connect to it. With WhyPayForTwo, Cincinnati Bell
delivers Internet access on a smartphone and at home at half the price.
It’s as simple as that.”
Unlike other companies, Cincinnati Bell is the only carrier in Greater
Cincinnati that offers high-speed Internet access via a smartphone and
For complete details and information on WhyPayForTwo, visit a
participating Cincinnati Bell retail store, call 513-566-9742 or click
About Cincinnati Bell Inc.
With headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Bell (NYSE: CBB)
provides integrated communications solutions—including local, long
distance, data, Internet, wireless, and entertainment services—that help
keep residential and business customers in Greater Cincinnati and Dayton
connected with each other and with the world.
In addition, businesses ranging in size from start-up companies to large
enterprises turn to Cincinnati Bell for efficient, scalable office
communications systems as well as complex information technology
solutions including data center and managed services.
Cincinnati Bell conducts its operations through three business segments:
Wireline, Wireless, and Technology Solutions. For more information,
Source: Cincinnati Bell Inc.
Lisa McLaughlin, 513-368-1860