Corporate clients are not eligible for most carriers’ financing plans, which means a new contract begins with each upgrade or new purchase. That means 24 months of continued revenue, and, per recent quarterly reports, the average revenue per user is still increasing for the major carriers. With inflated revenues, comes stiff competition, and businesses may have more negotiating room than they think.
“The new iOS is a game changer and many of our clients are moving into the new iPhone 5S, but this is also the perfect time for negotiation. The iPhone is available across carriers now, and these wireless companies need to fight for your business,” says
Device buyback is big business, with many carriers offering gift cards and credits towards a new device. But,
Reducing expenses is synonymous with running a good business. Business owners and CFOs need to ensure their wireless bill is tight, and this is the perfect time to do so. Wireless Intervention is offering a free analysis for corporate clients, and, with an average savings of 20-30% per client, this just might be your golden ticket for reducing your 2013 business expenses. www.wirelessintervention.com
Source: Wireless Intervention
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