Businesses in the UK may like to trade-in their mobile phones and upgrade to devices they feel will be ideal for a new service being offered by Orange.
The network has launched Pocket Landline, a scheme that allows small and medium-sized firms to redirect their landline number through to their mobiles.
Perhaps the major benefit of such technology is it means companies will never have to miss a call, including those from customers.
Richard Marsh, founder of Mast High and an Orange customer, explains the tool should be perfect for people like him who spend much of their working day travelling from place to place.
"In the current economic climate I can't tell you how invaluable such a service will be in helping me develop my business by maintaining a personal and prompt customer service," he states.
Last week, Orange teamed up with Motorola to announce the launch of a new mobile phone, which will be known as the ATRIX.
Posted by Simon Thomas