Vodafone has stepped up its 4G enterprise proposition by revealing its new business sharer tariffs.
The Vodafone Red Sharer is tailored to accommodate small and large organisations by sharing data between several employees from one source. Like the operator’s Red Business 4G plan, the tariff offers unlimited calls and texts. Employees can connect to either the 3G or 4G networks with a variety of devices including smartphones and tablets.
The UK’s third largest operator launched its 4G proposition last month in London, with further roll outs planned on 29 September in Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham and Sheffield.
Head of enterprise commercial marking at Vodafone UK, Jonathan Kini, said: ‘We are constantly looking at ways of working with businesses to help them get the most out of their connected world, and empower them to do more. We know, from speaking to our customers, that the ability to share data each month is a great worry-free and cost-effective way of doing that and controlling their total spend. And what’s key for us, is providing our customers access to this pool regardless of whether they’re on 3G and 4G as we continue to roll-out our best ever UK network.
‘No two employees are ever the same - there will always be some employees who use significant amounts of data, particularly when on the move, to collaborate with their teams and meet with customers; while others will simple need to access email. And it’s the right time as data consumption is exploding through the easier use of enterprise applications and video conferencing on the move. Vodafone Red Sharer allows business customers to address these needs easily by taking all employees’ plans and pooling them together for all to use, as and when needed.
‘Particularly for larger, national organisations, with a range of business functions and multiple devices, this plan gives business customers more data so they can get more done. The ability to share data across devices allows businesses to increase productivity as employees can work from wherever they need to be on the devices best suited for the job.’
Author: Matthew Campelli