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For companies that needs to pay for employees' residential internet

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My company sends its employees out for short term business supports quite often, most of the time for 2-3 months at a time.   The company pays for a furnished apartment as well as all the costs associated with it, including internet. 

 

It's becoming increasingly inconvenient to setup internet service at these apartments due to being told it is impossible to setup residential internet under a business name.  For comparison, it is possible to do so under Spectrum. 

 

We want to be able to open a master account under our company's name and essentially add and remove internet as needed at different residential locations.  And no, we don't want the 1 or 2-year contract that's required for business class internet.  Like I said, it's for short-term rentals. 

 

Can this be done?  Thank you.

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This is something you would need to ask in the Business forums.

 

If you're a business class customer, you need to be posting in the business class forums. This is for residential services.




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