With a record number of start-ups registered in 2014 Luke Johnson, Chairman of the Centre for Entrepreneurs, recently pointed out that, “Starting a business is easier, quicker and cheaper than ever thanks to new technology.”
Technology moves fast and updating handsets is an important part of enabling employees to do more and more of what makes your business tick without the need for them to be at a desk.
When the first mobile phone call was made on New Year’s day 1985 the ‘mobile’ required its own battery pack and corded handset that weighed 5kg and cost the equivalent of £5,000, which was enough to start up a new business at the time! Now however, flexible working means many people are able to run their businesses from smartphones thinner than a pen and costing a fraction of the former price.
The way that customers call non geographic numbers is changing due to new Ofcom regulations. The services that consumers receive when calling non geographic numbers beginning 050,08,09,116 and 118 has been reviewed by Ofcom and they have implemented a number of significant changes to take effect from the 26th June 2015.
From all of us at Cellular Solutions we hope you have a joyous holiday season and success throughout the new year.
To create a truly mobile healthcare team, 245 nursing staff have been equipped with mobile devices that will enable greater care for people in the community. Accessing information using Vodafone’s data network, the new system ensures that the most up-to-date patient information is displayed and provides a greater standard of care.
Vodafone has successfully implemented its first Rural Open Sure Signal programme in the idyllic Cotswold town of Minchinhampton in Gloucestershire.
NOW TV Entertainment is joining in with Sky Sports Mobile TV and Spotify Premium in Vodafone’s entertainment options attached to their Red 4G tarriffs, giving anyone who signs up to Vodafone Red 4G access to 13 of the UK’s best paid TV channels as well as a huge catalogue of TV box sets.
O2 partnered with Zayo Group to roll out nationwide fibre to support increasing demand for 4G services.
As part of their continued investment in their network services O2 have signed a 15 year deal with the Zayo Group to build and manage a fully resistant core fibre network throughout the UK.
In the first of a series of developments around its 4G services, Vodafone has announced that their customers can now take advantage of the largest ultrafast 4G roaming network. Customers that are on 4G tariffs with compatible devices will be able to experience faster connectivity in 23 countries worldwide, as listed below.