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Keep your Mobile Network. Ditch the Service

Mobile services are one of the most challenging areas for IT teams in mid sized businesses to proactively manage. Daily challenges include managing out of control data usage and costs, ensuring devices are secure and reacting to business demands for new devices, often at very short notice. For many IT teams, mobile administration is actually…

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Which is the best UK Business Mobile Network?

At Utelize we meet a wide range of businesses and hear a lot about their mobile challenges and aspirations. We are regularly asked questions like “which is the best mobile network?”, “which tariff offers the best value for money?” or “who’s the best overall provider?”. The answer, in our experience, is that it is different…

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Thinking of changing to a shared mobile data plan? Beware of these pitfalls to avoid locking in future unplanned costs.

Most businesses are becoming familiar with the concept of shared mobile data plans. Shared data typically makes the management of mobile data much simpler than managing individual data bolt ons, especially for larger mobile estates. Typically, removing IT administration costs from tariff management and also removing excess data charges when users exceed their allowances. At…

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Unified Communications for Mobile is here – is your business ready?

The term Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) was first coined in the early-mid 2000’s, with the vision of making the mobile phone an extension of the office telephone system. One number, one voicemail, one service. That was of course before we envisaged that smartphones would take control our lives. The telecoms industry has always been great…

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