It’s rare that business happens in one location anymore. The global reach of the internet plus advancements in mobile technology have made it so that you can operate where you want, how you want—without limitations.
To accommodate this new way of doing business, you need a network that lets you connect wherever business takes place—at trade shows across the country, in coffee houses down the street and even while you’re in the air or traveling around the world.
As long as your network and data plan have you covered, the possibilities for working from virtually anywhere are endless.
An extended network means a virtual office
From smartphones and tablets to hotspots and apps, today’s technology is capable of meeting even the most hectic demands of the modern business owner. This technology can help you build a virtual office that allows you to video conference, invoice customers, upload and edit documents or negotiate with your suppliers—whatever your business needs.
But even with all of the latest mobile solutions, devices and gear, the success of your virtual office relies on one critical element: your ability to connect. Apps, hotspots and mobile devices won’t run on business ideas alone—you need the power of a reliable network. T-Mobile has doubled its coverage since 2015 and continues to improve its network.
As major carriers move toward 5G wireless, T-Mobile is at the forefront of its development. Each improvement to the T-Mobile network builds toward the future of mobile technology.
To accommodate this new way of doing business, you need a network that lets you connect wherever business takes place…
Advantages of a mobile office
With the right network behind you, a mobile office can save your business time, money and a whole lot of headache. For example, you might:
- Save on storefront rent by operating your business on the go.
- Attract top talent by offering them the ability to work from anywhere.
- Enjoy the freedom of working from home, the job site or the local coffee shop.
- Get more competitive by being more mobile and responsive.
- Improve employee productivity by making the work environment more flexible or accommodating.
- Remain reachable while you’re on the road or even in the air (for work or pleasure!).
- Lower overhead by reducing costly office equipment. For instance, one tablet can replace your desktop, landline phone, filing cabinet, POS system and scanner—even an entire physical storefront.
The new T-Mobile ONETM plan is tailored for this exact type of business, giving your team unlimited everything including talk, text, 4G LTE data, streaming and the flexibility to take it all with you wherever you do business. To learn more about what a reliable network can do for your business, visit T-Mobile @Work or call 855-846-4600 and speak with an Expert.
Video typically streams on smartphone/tablet at DVD quality (480p) with T-Mobile ONE unless you add HD Day Pass or Plus. Tethering at max 4G speeds.
T-Mobile ONE General Terms: Credit approval, deposit and $20 SIM starter kit or, in stores & on customer service calls, upgrade support charge may be required. Charges apply for calls to other countries. Call forwarding only to U.S. numbers. U.S. roaming and on-network data allotments differ: includes 200 MB roaming. Partial megabytes rounded up. Not for extended international use; you must reside in the U.S. and primary usage must occur on our U.S. network. Service may be terminated or restricted for excessive roaming. Communications with premium-rate numbers not included. Video streaming at up to 1.5Mbps; may affect speed of video downloads. For best performance, leave video streaming applications at default automatic resolution setting. Tethering: For customers who use more data than 97% of our customers (currently over 28 GB per month), majority of data usage must be on smartphone. Smartphone usage is prioritized over tethering usage, which may result in higher speeds for data used on smartphone. See T-Mobile.com/OpenInternet for data management details. Plan not available for hotspots and some other data-first devices.