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Orange launches Business Everywhere

8th April 2011 Print

Orange has announced the launch of Business Everywhere, a new range of mobile broadband plans, which makes connecting to the internet even easier for business customers.

Business Everywhere’s simple pricing structure is unique to Orange business customers and offers them freedom to choose the data allowance, device and connection method which suits them best:

Step 1. Choose how much data you need – 1GB, 3GB or 10GB per month
Step 2. Choose your length of contract – from 30 days to 24 months
Step 3. Choose your favourite device –  dongle, tablet, smart phone or laptop

For the first time, Business Everywhere will also include “tethering”, a way of connecting to the internet by using your mobile as a dongle. This handy way of connecting is now available on even more business devices, making it even easier for budding entrepreneurs to stay connected while on the move.

With the Business Everywhere plans customers can pick whichever device suits their business needs best, helping them to say one step ahead of the competition. This includes Orange’s range of tablet devices; the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Apple iPad 1 and 2, and now the new Samsung N150 Netbook. The Samsung N150 Netbook offers 250BG hard drive, up to 11 hours battery life and weighs just 1.2kg. 

Available as a standalone plan, or as a simple add-on to a new or existing voice tariff, Business Everywhere is available from a 30 day plan up to a 24 month contract, making it the ideal solution for businesses with flexible broadband needs.

Martin Lyne, SME Marketing Director, Everything Everywhere, the company that runs Orange said: “We know that our business customers simply don’t have time for complicated pricing systems and need a service they can trust. So, whether they’re heavy downloaders or just occasional users, Business Everywhere allows customers to easily choose how they connect using the device which works best for them. It is now even easier for businesses to stay connected when they need it most.”