Sprint, Cingular Launch New Enterprise Features
Feb 23, 2006, 1:27 PM by (staff)
Sprint Nextel today announced a new pricing plan called Business Essentials. The plan allows companies to buy large buckets of minutes and distribute them to employees using whatever calling plan suits each particular person. It also provides free mobile to mobile calls for employees on Sprint or nationwide walkie talkie to those on Nextel. Sprint users can add Ready Link PTT and Nextel subscribers can add mobile to mobile for an additional $5 per month. Cingular yesterday launched OfficeReach, an application that allows businesses to assign each employee a single phone number and internal phone extension which will contact that employee at up to three separate telephones. The system will attempt to reach the employee at each number in a pre-defined order when the unified OfficeReach number is called. Similar services have been available in corporate PBX systems before, however OfficeReach does not require PBX equipment.
Apple Watch Series 3 Supports Carriers' One Number Calling and Messaging
Apple this week announced the Apple Watch Series 3 with an optional cellular radio. The LTE radio makes it possible for the smartwatch to connect to cellular networks on its own, without a nearby iPhone.
Sprint Adds Free Hulu to Unlimited Plan
Sprint and Hulu today said they've partnered together so Sprint customers can enjoy access to Hulu's content for free. New and existing Sprint Unlimited Freedom subscribers can add Hulu at no extra charge.
Sprint Debuts Best Buy One Family Plan for $100
Sprint today unwrapped a new option for customers looking to save money on family plans. The Best Buy One Family plan costs $100 per month and includes unlimited data, voice minutes, and messaging for two smartphones.
Sprint Offers Cuba Calling Plan of Its Own
Sprint today announced the availability of Sprint Cuba 20 Plus, a calling plan add-on that provides access to friends and family in Cuba. The Sprint Cuba 20 plan costs $10 per month and includes 20 voice minutes to any line in Cuba.
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.
Mobile to Office is $6.95
I'm surprised it took this long to come out.