T-Mobile has announced its new Business SIM-Plan that has been built specifically for UK small businesses, offering a flexible mobile solution for companies wanting up to 30 users.
Each user receives 2,000 minutes of inclusive calls to UK landlines and mobile phones, unlimited UK texts as standard, as well as the option of unlimited mobile email and internet access for just £5 extra per month. The new SIM-plan for business offers competitive value and flexibility for users that do not want to be tied to lengthy contracts.
Using existing phones and numbers, businesses can simply decide whether they want a 30 day rolling, six month or 12 month plan, insert the SIM(s), and then getting on with what they do best.
Oliver Chivers, head of business marketing at T-Mobile UK, commented: “In today’s tough market conditions small businesses need all the features that come with long term mobile plans, but often don’t need to upgrade their phones or want to lock themselves into lengthy contracts as they’re unsure of what their exact future needs will be. The T-Mobile Business SIM-Plan has been built with small businesses in mind, offering value for money, with short term plans and a plug and play SIM card that meets their real needs. We know our business customers have other priorities, which is why we continue to launch business products that keep it simple and help them control costs without compromising on service and reliability.”
With free voicemail, itemised billing and account health checks coming as standard, Business SIM-Plan customers can also expect the same dedicated support of T-Mobile’s business customer service team as its Business 1-Plan contract customers. In addition, all Business SIM-Plan connections can opt to take its Mobile Office add-on, giving unlimited mobile email and internet for just £5 per month. This is compatible with Windows Mobile Email and BlackBerry Instant Email, offering constant email and internet access for business users away from the office.
Business SIM-Plan has been created to compliment T-Mobile’s existing business tariff, Business 1-Plan. The successful refresh of Business 1-Plan in January 2009, which culminated in a T-Mobile Business advertising campaign in March and April, has lead to record sales of BlackBerry devices this year.