SolveForce Continues Pro-Business City Focus Immediately Expanding their Internet & Phone Bundling services to Chicago IL & Washington DC

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SolveForce moves into Chicago IL & Washington DC offering Internet & Phone Bundling services to all commercial locations

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SolveForce Takes Internet & Phone Bundling services into Chicago IL & Washington DC

SolveForce has been choosing the best Pro-Business cities to introduce Internet & Phone Bundling ( services. Their most recent advancement is to immediately enter Chicago IL & Washington DC.

If anyone plans on shopping for broadband, there’s a good chance they’ve heard about bundles or Triple Play deals. Consumers probably know the basics: 2 or more services combined on a single bill at a discount to what they would cost separately.

But what they might not know is how to decide which plan is right for them. Bundles can save consumers a bundle if they know what to look for. Here are some quick and easy service bundle shopping rules that can maximize discounts and minimize the hassle.

Bundle Basics
The most common bundles are Triple Play bundles that combine phone, Internet and TV service ( (3 services, hence Triple Play). Providers may offer multiple bundles at different price points, but they generally have 1 bundle that they advertise more heavily than any others and it’s usually in the $85-$120 range. This generally means a savings of $15-$30 a month off of the regular price of the services.

Expect that most bundles in this price range will include the following:

  • Unlimited telephone service with all of the major options (voicemail, caller ID, call waiting, etc.)
  • TV service with all basic cable, some HD channels and possibly a few premium movie channels
  • Internet service with download speeds from 3mb/s – 20mb/s and upload speeds from 512 kb/s to 5mb/s.

Telephone service offerings are generally the same for most bundles, but TV and Internet offerings can be very different depending on the provider.

For TV service, some providers include many more HD channels than others and there also can be major differences in the number of Movies On-Demand titles that are available. Consumers should make sure to read the fine print if HD offerings are important or if they're a big watcher of On-Demand movies and shows.

Internet service speeds can also differ greatly (just look at the ranges above), so everyone should also make sure they read the fine print and this article on Internet connection speeds.

Comcast is also offering faster speeds than other cable providers with their Powerboost technology, so look for a Comcast bundle if Fios isn’t available in the area but speed is still a top priority. If they are both unavailable, then it may take a little digging to figure out the fastest available connection that is part of a bundle (see below for bundle deal websites).

Bundling services usually ends up being the lowest cost route to go. To learn more about SolveForce Internet & Phone Bundle ( services, visit

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