Business customers may wish to move to Orange after selling mobiles
28 October 2010 — 4:00 PM
Companies that offer their staff use of a mobile may wish to sell their used phones and snap up a new set on a deal with Orange.
Such a move could be a shrewd one after the network announced it has enhanced the service it offers corporate customers.
Personal Line allows those firms with Orange to give staff devices that effectively have two different numbers - separate lines for personal and professional communications.
As well as this, the network is setting its tariffs for businesses at a rate that ensures they will enjoy reasonably-priced texts and minutes.
Mark Taylor, director of corporate marketing at Everything Everywhere, which is part-run by Orange, says: "Being able to use a work phone for personal calls while keeping the bills separate is really handy for businesses and their employees. We've made it even more convenient by adding on optional allowances."
Orange's recent merger with T-Mobile has benefited 1.35 million customers, who now enjoy access to both company's networks, it announced this week.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "Companies are increasingly giving their staff mobile phones. If you’d like to be part of a corporate plan like the one that Orange is offering, you could even trade-in your old handset for cash."
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