Selling used mobile phones could give businesses more choice
18 May 2010 — 4:01 PM
Companies could sell mobile phones in order to take up a new offer from Vodafone, which allows businesses to easily manage their employees' handset costs.
The telecommunications company's Business Choice plan offers £5 off all email and mobile internet for every employee for the first 12 months, alongside consolidation into one bill per organisation.
Users can share available minutes, text messages, data and email allowances, which allows managers to organise plans around their business's needs.
Rob Shardlow, sales director for small and medium business (SMB) at Vodafone UK, said: "Together, with our recently launched BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express service and fantastic value from our £10 per month mobile broadband service, SMBs can choose what makes sense for them."
The BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express service offers companies the ability to synchronise their handsets with Microsoft Exchange and Windows Small Business Servers for £10 a month.
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