Telkom Business has released a range of mobile plans for businesses. Included in these plans is on-net calls, allowing customers to talk for extended time periods at no additional costs.
This week Telkom Business launches the latest in a range of new mobile plans that aim to help businesses of all sizes improve productivity and reduce communication costs.
A unique feature of these plans is unlimited on-net calling, meaning colleagues can talk to each other as much as they want without incurring additional cost. These plans also include unlimited calls to one landline, unlimited access to a nationwide network of wifi hotspots and unlimited SMS on selected contracts.
The new plans follow the recent launch of the unlimited all-net tariff by Telkom, another South African first, offering unlimited calls to any network, any time for only R1.199 per month.
Acting Managing Executive for Mobile Solutions at Telkom Business, Ms Megan Nicholas, says, ‚”Telkom Business understands the need to be connected with colleagues and customers at all times whilst managing communication costs. The new plans have been designed with this in mind – businesses can now talk and message as much as they want without fear of additional cost.‚”
‚”The new plans are in line with Telkom Business’ strategy to disrupt the mobile voice market and bring high quality, unique and affordable communications solutions to businesses,‚” Nicholas continued.
Telkom has successfully increased its mobile customer base by over 200% in the past year, thanks to disruptive voice and data offerings.
‚”Telkom Business plans to launch several more disruptive mobile products over the coming months, including converged services that will add even more value to South African businesses,‚” Nicholas concluded.
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