Orange deal may persuade firms to sell mobiles
Firms around the country may be more tempted than ever to sell their mobile phones and invest in new products on offer from Orange.
That is because the network has launched its new Business Everywhere service that makes it easier for workers to connect to the internet via their handset.
Companies simply select how much data allowance they require each month and are placed on a payment plan to match.
There is also a significant degree of flexibility involved, with contracts ranging from as little as 30 days to 24 months.
Martin Lyne, small and medium-sized enterprises marketing manager at Everything Everywhere, said reliability and affordable pricing are the priorities of many businesses.
He added: "Whether they're heavy downloaders or just occasional users, Business Everywhere allows customers to easily choose how they connect using the device."
Orange merged with T-Mobile last year to form the new super network, Everything Everywhere.
Posted by Samantha Green