Category: Business Wireless Savings
To save money on your cell phone bills today, you just need to be a little creative. Sure you could go with more conventional methods like, the now infamous, “Can you call me back?” to take advantage of FREE Unlimited Incoming (assuming you have that feature of course), but we have “smart phones” now and we ought to be smarter – right?
For the last few years, Apple has done an amazing job at creating buzz behind its product launches while keeping details and specs behind its product releases as secret as possible. The Apple iPhone 5 is no exception. But what do we know so far? Is the new Apple iPhone 5 business friendly? Let’s take a look at 5 things that businesses will like about the NEW iPhone 5. Read the rest of this entry »
“Which carrier should I select?Rogers?BELL? TELUS? Many businesses ask this same question. Many of you will refuse to go with one carrier over another for any number of reasons such as poor customer service, overcharging, poor network or previous experience. Many of you refuse to leave your current carrier because you’ve been with them for a number of years (you wear that number with pride), haven’t looked at your bill for years, your local dealer setup you up many years ago and you have great relationship. All honest reasons but are they the right reasons to not shop around? Read the rest of this entry »
The vast majority of Canadian households have Cable TV, Internet, Home phone and Cell phones. Carriers like Rogers, BELL and TELUS offer discounts if you bundle some or all of these services. But is it really worth it? How many of us had said, “I won’t switch cellphone providers because I have my cell phone plan bundled with my other services and I get a discount?” But does the discount really make that much of a difference or is it the perception of the discount?
FACT: Every year, more and more Canadians are moving from cellphones to smartphones.
FACT: Smartphones continue to play a more vital role in our daily personal and professional lives.
FACT: Smartphones are for more than just makings calls. We email, store detailed contact information, use applications that connect us to communities, organize our lives and soon to be, our money.
That being said, we have to ask “How safe are we from malicious software or malware attacks on our devices?” One thing is for certain, hackers are working tirelessly to come up with new ways to hack into your smartphone.
Many of us have been there. We hear the great sales pitch or online offering and we get excited about a plan that comes with tons of features. There are so many to choose when customizing our cellphone plans but which ones can we add that will ensure our bills remain as low as possible? How do we know the features we are adding actually make a difference? Each feature we add, increases our monthly plan price. Read the rest of this entry »
Whether we travel to the US or our employees do, we need to be connected. However, our wireless bills can get overwhelming, frustrating and downright nasty. The cell phone bill is a matrix of line items and charges that require a scientific calculator to figure out. But which carriers offer the best Travel roaming packages for business that covers Voice, Text and Data? Read the rest of this entry »
Many of us have experienced. We’ve either lost our smartphone or had it stolen. When that happens, it feels like our world has just stopped. Thieves are drawn to smartphones. They are easy to steal and worth a lot of money. As business owners, the real issue is sensitive company information. Confidential emails, personal and business contact information, text messages, pictures, BBM chats and contacts. What do we do? Who do we call? Read the rest of this entry »
As business owners, we are well aware of how much money we spend on most aspects of our business. How about our business cell phone plans? The cell phone is the lifeline of communication for you and you staff. But what can we do to decrease our business monthly bill without sacrificing productivity?
Many of us have experienced it first hand. We travel away on business or someone within our organization does, only to hammered with an enormous wireless bill at the end of the month. It is no secret that Canadians pay ridiculously high roaming rates when travelling within the US, but what can we do? How can we reduce what we pay?