It’s no shock to you that enterprise mobility costs keep growing.
There’s a lot of talk about BYOD in the world of enterprise mobility: will Bring Your Own Device initiatives cut costs; does BYOD expose the enterprise to undue risk; how can the enterprise make BYOD work. There’s not necessarily a right or wrong answer, because BYOD can mean different things to different enterprises.
If your business isn’t taking advantage of carriers’ new pooled data plans, you’re missing out on substantial savings.
The plans, launched by AT&T and Verizon earlier this year, and Sprint more recently, function similarly to pooled voice plans.
Each line on an account is given an allowance of data, and any portion of the allowance that remains unused at the end of the bill cycle is redistributed among the “pool” of lines. The total data usage for the account tends to average out, and as a result, overage charges for data are reduced, or totally eliminated.
Though it might seem that only enterprises with heavy data users and regular data overages stand to benefit from pooled data plans, there are additional hidden savings built into these pooled plans.
Here’s how to tell if your enterprise can unlock these savings:
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