Following the recent success of its series of BlackBerry training sessions, Mainline Digital Communications has launched a new incentive programme designed to help dealers to motivate their staff and to boost sales.
The promotion, in conjunction with Everything Everywhere and BlackBerry, is running until 30th September and is open to all members of staff from each active Mainline dealer.
Have you considered who is listening to your business conversations? With more companies adopting Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies, there is an urgent requirement for a flexible, cross-platform that ensures the contents of voice communications remain confidential.
Comms solutions providers can look forward to offering customers quality mobile data on 4G networks by the end of 2013. It is hoped that at least 2Mbps mobile broadband will be available to virtually all of the UK population by the end of 2017.
Claranet has launched a new 3G service integrating mobile working and back-up connectivity, which links directly to its private network. The new service avoids the need for its customers and their end-users in turn, to use the public internet for any flow of data.
Vodafone's just-launched Smart II is touted as a step-change in delivering the mobile Internet to value-focused non-smartphone consumers. Launching first in the UK priced at £70 Vodafone reckons its mass market smartphone offers the kind of high performance normally associated with high end devices.