29/10
2019
Avoid patchy coverage with multi-net mobiles
Posted by Thomas Holtom-Hattersley on 29/10 at 10:00 AM Mobiles,
Multi-net mobiles for not-spots

The UK’s four main mobile phone companies and the Government have unveiled a £1 billion plan to eliminate so-called mobile ‘not-spots’ in rural areas. Currently, one third of the UK has patchy or non-existent mobile phone coverage. The proposed Government deal with EE, O2,...

16/10
2018
Multi-net mobiles make sense when carriers experience issues
Posted by Charlotte Barlow on 16/10 at 10:00 AM Mobiles,
Woman annoyed at her mobile phone

Were you one of the O2 customers that struggled to make calls last week? Thousands of O2 customers have reported problems making and taking phone calls. O2 has said the initial problem has been fixed, but that customers may still have some "intermittent issues" when reconnecting...

11/08
2014
Don’t get caught by high data usage costs on your smartphone
Posted by Caroline Moore on 11/08 at 02:26 PM Large enterprises, SMEs, Mobiles, Mobiles,
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By the end of 2015, it is expected the number of worldwide smartphone users will increase by 175% to 2.5 billion. UK smartphone users typically use 600MB of data per month, which means a 1GB bolt-on should be more than suitable.But devices often consume data in the background, even...

08/08
2014
Add mobile devices without having to extend your contract
Posted by Caroline Moore on 08/08 at 07:50 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Mobiles, Mobiles,
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Ever heard of the word coterminous?It’s not an everyday word but it’s a useful one to bandy around when it comes to adding devices to a business mobile package.Many mobile phone providers insist on starting a new contract every time you add a new device to your mobile agreement....

07/08
2014
My business wants to invest in tablets - is this a good idea?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 07/08 at 09:22 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Mobiles, Unified communications, Mobiles, Unified communications,
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The ever-changing tides of the tech industry, including the evolution of smartphones and a growing emphasis on mobile working, have changed the way businesses interact. Users now demand more from their company devices as they are increasingly used for both personal and professional...

03/07
2014
Businesses should get in on the bundles action
Posted by Caroline Moore on 03/07 at 05:56 PM Large enterprises, SMEs, Mobiles, Mobiles,
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Domestic media bundles offering telephone lines, broadband, TV and mobiles from one supplier are everywhere right now. But what about business bundles?And just as consolidating telephone lines, broadband, TV and mobile costs seems attractive in the home, the same benefits can be...

03/12
2013
4G UK rural broadband plans: Can they be achieved?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 03/12 at 08:10 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Internet connectivity, Mobiles, Mobiles,
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If you have managed to keep up with the Government’s goalpost shifting in recent times, the latest news is that 98% of the UK will (apparently) have 4G coverage by 2018. Whilst that all sounds very well and good, I wouldn’t go planning on moving your business to the village where you...

27/09
2013
Maximise productivity using smartphones and tablets at work
Posted by Caroline Moore on 27/09 at 11:34 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Mobiles, Unified communications, Mobiles, Unified communications,
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Smartphones and tablets are becoming a more common feature of the workplace and it is a trend that is only set to grow as businesses embrace mobility solutions to boost productivity.Recent statistics from Canalys show that in 2012, 53 million people in the UK had a smartphone. Their...

25/09
2013
Are you ready for the Bring You Own Device (BYOD) revolution?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 25/09 at 01:13 PM Large enterprises, SMEs, Mobiles, Unified communications, Mobiles, Unified communications,
SWComms blog post image

For many people, “going to work” used to mean sitting behind a desk for the day, with a desktop computer and a telephone handset. However, businesses are changing and the workplace can now be anywhere; at the office, in the car, at home, at a customer site, in a hotel room or in...

17/09
2013
Transform your Apple iPad and iPhone into a desk phone
Posted by Caroline Moore on 17/09 at 08:03 AM Large enterprises, SMEs, Mobiles, Unified communications, Mobiles, Unified communications,
SWComms blog post image

South West Communications Group is proud to lead the way in offering the very latest in telecommunications technology and we are now able to offer you the new ShoreTel Dock - the first and only device for business use that transforms the Apple® iPad® and iPhone® into desk phones.The...

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