Also included is a feature called Stream Saver, which optimizes video to 480p, while AT&T’s Business Unlimited Plus, at $80 a month per line, throws in 15GB of mobile hotspot data.
Top-tier plan Business Unlimited Enhanced, at $90 a month per line, earns its price tag with AT&T Collaborate, which mobilizes advanced features usually restricted to a desktop office system and includes a full-blown management portal for administration.
Both of T-Mobile’s business cell phone plans offer the same basic features (visual voicemail, Wi-Fi calling, call forwarding, caller ID, call waiting, and conference calling), plus unlimited calls within the US, Canada, and Mexico; unlimited texting and data internationally; and unlimited mobile hotspot service (at 3G speeds).
A particularly useful business T-Mobile feature is DIGITS, which allows multiple phone numbers to work with a single phone, meaning you could have your work phone number and your personal phone number directed to one device, as well as three more numbers—if you really want to keep track of all that.
Either way, that’s the past: cell phones are now everyday business tools, regardless of yacht access.
After you determine whether your small business needs a mobile phone plan—if you have more than a couple of employees working outside of the office on a regular basis, among other factors, you probably do—the next step is choosing a provider.
Each plan includes a decent array of i OS and Android smartphone options and even a few good ol’ flip phones.
A 15% military veteran discount can be applied to the Business Unlimited plans, as well as AT&T-owned DIRECTV services (because, again, telecom behemoth).
A true business cell phone plan offers the same options as an office desk phone, as well as unique mobile features—yes, including the connectivity to close a deal on a yacht.
reviewed and compared several business cell phone plans—plus a few other options not necessarily designed for business—and narrowed the field to five viable carriers. As a telecom behemoth, AT&T has plenty of cell phone features and packages to offer a business—around 20 plan variations, small to large.