Some businesses rely heavily on data packages, while others rely solely on phone calls and messaging, while some rarely relying on their phones at all.
As a result, it’s always recommended that you do your own research into what’s on offer and to think ahead about how you’ll be using your business phone in the future.
Regardless of the business, communication is the area that can make or break you.
Communicating with clients, suppliers, customers and even your own staff allows the business to be productive, efficient and most importantly, stay in business.
Telstra will also launch a new national IT channel for small business customers who have "more complex technology needs", called Telstra Business Technology Centres, in early 2019. will operate across a national footprint of 28 regions and be run by expert teams from Telstra's existing group of channel partners," Telstra said.
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"The teams in each centre will provide personal and virtual account management to local business customers, helping them make the most of technology to do things such as be found and sell online, operate virtual teams across geographies, and keep their operations and their customers' data safe and secure." Lastly, Telstra's new "concierge" tech support service will help small business customers with National Broadband Network (NBN) or fixed-line service faults, which will be included in all of its broadband bundles.
With the way technology has evolved and integrated itself within both our personal and working lives, communicating has also become easier to do, with the majority of the population having access to a phone.
As a result, having a suitable phone and phone plan has become an essential for a successful business.
For those who also like a bit of play with their work, all Telstra small business plans include data-free music streaming, as well as data-free live sport.
Starting from per month, Telstra offers a SIM Only Plan, ideal for those who already have a mobile.