Choosing the right mobile phone provider is a difficult decision for any business. Not only can you utilise the networks direct, but you can also use independent providers such as Positive Business Communications. With so much choice out there, it can be more than a little overwhelming.

What do you need from your business mobile?

The main question you need to answer before deciding on your provider is what will you need your business mobiles for? If they are used as a replacement for your landline then you’ll need to consider usage and your package. If you are going to utilise them as a form collector or for employees on the road then you need to consider data usage.Knowing the purpose of your mobile phones will help you choose the right plan for your requirements, from the best deals on data to a package that offers lots of free minutes. We understand that you may need some guidance on what is best for you and so at Positive we will work with you to understand your needs and put in place a solution that fits.

Can I rely on the provider’s service?

There’s no point in signing up to a network if you simply don’t get the coverage when and where you need it. That’s why one of the most important things to check before committing to a mobile business plan is to check the reliability of the signal of the provider. We can offer a loan SIM card to test out the signal in some of the key areas of your business, to ensure that your solution will work for you.

What about the cost?

Obviously, as a business, when choosing your business mobile phone solution then cost is a big factor. You need to offset the cost versus the usability and reliability of your chosen network and the out-of-bundle costs need to be factored in.  You also need a provider who will regularly review your contract, like Positive Business Communications, so that you are never spending more than you need to and changes can be made to your account to reduce unnecessary spend.

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