T-Mobile Offering Unified Communications to Biz Customers
T-Mobile USA today announced two new programs it hopes will entice businesses to use its network. The first is a unified communications platform that allows companies to integrate their office and mobile phone systems. T-Mobile Office Connect provides a single phone number for both the desktop and mobile devices, as well as one voicemail inbox for both, and the ability to manage which device rings with incoming calls. Pricing starts at $9.95 per line per month. The second is called the Mobile Device Payment Solution (MDPS), an optional device financing service for companies that want or need to pay for equipment over time. Together, these initiatives provide T-Mobile's business customers with more flexibility when it comes to managing how they communicate and how they pay for those communications.
T-Mobile Rolls Out Buy-One, Get-One Galaxy S8 Deal
T-Mobile today introduced a buy-one, get-one promotion for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Customers who add a line and finance both phones on an equipment installment plan will receive a gift card for the value of the second phone.
T-Mobile Digits Lets You Call or Text from a Phone, Tablet, PC
T-Mobile said it Digits service, first announced last year, will go live May 31. Digits allows customers to use the same phone number across multiple devices, or multiple numbers on a single device.
T-Mobile Looks to Redefine the Phone Number with 'Digits'
T-Mobile today announced Digits, a new service that will let customers use the same phone number across multiple devices, or multiple numbers on a single device. The service makes use of T-Mobile's LTE network and works with virtually all connected devices, including phones, tablets, wearables, and computers.
AT&T's NumberSync Uses Same Number Across Devices
AT&T today announced NumberSync, a tool that will allow multiple devices (phone, tablet, smartwatch) to rely on a single phone number. The idea is to allow customers to make/receive phone calls and send/receive messages from the account holder's primary phone number, rather than several different numbers like those often assigned to SIM-enabled devices even if they aren't generally used for calls.
How does TMobile Office Connect work?
If current handsets, is calling intelligence built into an app?