Each business needs to keep their employees connected and communicating. May the cell phone be a BlackBerry, iPhone, or Android. Yet, everyone will agree that a cell phone is important and crucial to any business. 'I'd say a cell phone is one of the main five elements of a business,' says Vernard Martin, senior system manager for the Center for Comprehensive Informatics at Emory University in Atlanta. A missed text message, a dropped call, or the failure to access to a site can possibly cost an organization millions. Cell phone suppliers will attempt to reel you in with clever, eye-catching pl. . .
You might have noticed that everyone seems to have a cell phones these days. In fact, 67 percent of those with cell phones have a smartphone. While many people love their smartphones, especially the conveniences they provide, there is one problem with them – the ever growing monthly bill. 1. Consider a Family Plan With most providers, adding an additional line will only run you around 25% of the cost of your original line. If you have a chance to split a plan with a family member or even a friend or roommate, take it. Everyone wins. My wife and I split our plan with her parents. A family plan split four ways costs far less than maintaining accounts in each of our names individually or as . . .
In today's economy, having credit extended is more difficult than ever. When a company extends credit to its customers, it is crucial to the business to know how this customer handles their bills historically and to determine if this customer is low or high risk to their business. Carriers want to prevent you from racking up a huge bill and not paying it off. To this end, many major cell phone companies will check your credit before selling you a plan to evaluate your financial responsibility and ability to pay each month. If you have bad or no credit history, you may have to jump through some extra hoops, but there are still ways to get a cell phone plan. Understand wh. . .
Every business needs to keep their people connected and communicating. Here is how to select a cell phone plan to meet the needs of your staff while keeping costs low. A missed text, a dropped call, or the inability to access a website can potentially cost a company millions. Cellular service providers will try to reel you in with funny, eye-catching commercials and a seemingly endless parade of new handsets sporting new features they just can't live without. Your decision of how to equip your workforce and which of the countless providers to partner with can make a big difference to your bottom line in a number of ways, but with a little research, the choice can be much easier than you anti. . .
As carriers scramble to attract customers, it's a good time to change plans The average American spends about $1,000 a year on their cell phone bill, but some industry insiders estimate about $50 billion is wasted annually on parts of the plan they don't even need or use. So how do you know if you are getting the most bang for your buck? Somehow, in the past 20 years, cell phones have evolved from a convenience to a necessity. An expensive one. As the devices have become more integrated into our lives, monthly mobile bills have swelled. According to a recent survey by Cowen and Company, a financial services firm, the average customer of one of the Big Four cellular providers (AT&T, Sprin. . .
Cell phone plans are almost as easy to understand as particle physics. There are so many plans, each with their own freedoms and restrictions, that it can be quite confusing to determine which is the best one for a particular person. Prepaid cell phones, however, take away some of the confusion by avoiding contracts and offering greater flexibility. A no contract cell phone plan allows a user to pay only for what they actually use. If a given month sees a lot of phone usage, the user can pay more. If there is little usage, less is paid. While only paying for what is needed may seem like common sense This could be the reason behind their current spike in popularity. Freedom from Contracts In . . .
Getting hit with data overage charges? Is your family's cellphone bill busting your budget? Now you can land a better, cheaper smartphone plan. Intense competition has wrought a much wider selection of no-contract options with lower-price service plans. T-Mobile led the charge in spring 2013 by discontinuing two-year contracts on all of its plans. After studying more than 70 plans from 10 different wireless carriers, Here are the best plans for every kind of user. Families Best plan: Verizon Wireless More Everything When several people share a wireless plan, strong overall coverage is crucial specially if family members are scattered across the country or travel frequently. The plan pro. . .
Thinking of buying a new cellphone? Well, you also have to think about the cellphone plan you have to choose and there you go, find yourself stuck between the two options of choosing the cellphone by signing a contract with the cellphone providers to get your phone at a cheaper rate or simply buy an unlocked phone and choose monthly phone plans. Don't worry! You'll find a way out. When you buy a new bike from a dealer, you get to decide which roads you can drive. You have the freedom . This is the case of unlocked phones. Buying a cellphone by signing a contract is like you buy a new bike from a dealer and you are restricted down to certain roads. In many other countries you simply buy a pho. . .