The curious characters in your company’s mobile bills  The complexity of mobile service pricing combined with the variability of individual employee and device usage patterns leads the typical enterprise to spend 30% more than necessary on their mobile services. It’s difficult for a company to find the many types of avoidable expense lurking within the hundreds…

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  In the days when mobile phone use was all about voice and text applying an acceptable use policy was relatively straightforward.  Most enterprise policies had evolved to a point where it was seen as acceptable for employees to use their phones for reasonable levels of personal activity.   While in theory people were expected to…

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End of roaming Today marks another significant step along the long journey towards the elimination of roaming charges within the EU:  from 30 April onwards mobile operators will only be able to charge a relatively small premium on domestic charges for calls made, text send and data used while travelling in the EU.  From today…

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The enterprise tariffing strategies of mobile carriers continue to evolve.  Today it is normal for most plans to include unlimited domestic voice and text.  The key driver of cost is now mobile data.  And around data there are many choices in terms of plan.  Historically the most common approach has been a data add-on of a particular…

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