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Vodafone Broadens Small Business Offerings With New Apps And Plans

Vodafone Broadens Small Business Offerings With New Apps And Plans

Vodafone has today unveiled an expanded portfolio of Ready Business Apps along with a new range of plans, seeking to strengthen its suite of plans and third party apps for small businesses.

Vodafone states the new apps “have been hand-picked to help businesses save time, engage better with their employees and customers, and deliver better operational agility”.

Dropbox Business, Xero, MozyPro, Norton Small Business and Office 365 now feature on Vodafone’s Ready Business Apps platform, with Google Apps for Work and GoDaddy to launch in mid-June.

Vodafone executive general manager for enterprise business Stuart Kelly stated that Vodafone recognises “that businesses need a simple way to capitalise on mobile technology and manage these solutions securely and quickly”.

“We found through our research that mobility and office enablement were common needs across numerous industries and business sizes, so we have designed our Ready Business Apps range to ensure that whether you’re a graphic designer, a plumber, a retailer or real estate agency, your business has the tools it needs to help grow and run more smoothly, all at the touch of a button,” Kelly commented.

Vodafone states its new range of Business Flex plans “offer small and medium businesses the capability to build their own suite of plans according to the needs of their businesses”.

The plans, which come with infinite standard national calls and text, with data allowances of up to 20 GB for use in Australia, are available at a variety of price points, ranging from $30 to $150.

“We recognise that many Australian businesses are paying for inclusions they neither want nor need,” Kelly commented. “Business Flex offers an alternative which means businesses only pay for the essentials and can purchase add-ons as they see fit.”

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