T-Mobile brings support to business communications with their new program, T-Mobile Business Connect. Their mobile support grants business features to smartphones, transforming them into fully-functional mobile enterprise centers. Desktop features are tied together with mobile convenience when mobile calls are routed through a company’s PBX phone system.
T-Mobile Business Connect works across multiple devices, and T-Mobile will also provide the phones that a company needs to take advantage of their services. All four operating systems are supported (Android, iOS, BlackBerry, and Windows), and users can choose from 6 different phones, including the Galaxy S4 and the iPhone 5. All of these devices take advantage of the T-Mobile 4G/LTE nationwide Internet network.
Small business, large business, and even Government organizations enjoy access to T-mobile’s advanced telephony systems. Coverage exists throughout the nation, but international business needs a global carrier. That’s why T-Mobile Business Connect offers service to over 200 countries around the globe. Theirs is the world’s largest and most reliable global WiFi network, without making customers pay roaming charges.
In addition, T-Mobile provides access to their enterprise services to customers as long as they have access to any WiFi connection, again without roaming charges. No matter where the phone is, it is still considered part of the business calling network, meaning unlimited calling between phones on the network. Global Corporate Access gives remote access to corporate networks, too.
More than 150 million people can’t be wrong for trusting T-Mobile, and their business services with T-Mobile Business Connect promise to extend great service anywhere and everywhere.