O2 Business has launched the ultimate flexible package for SMBs, with brand-new tariffs that gives customers the control and choice that the options they sign up for will continue to suit their business as they evolve.
From today, SMB customers can benefit from a suite of flexible solutions designed to fit their ever changing company needs, all whilst having the added peace of mind that they’re connected to the UK’s No. 1 Network.
The new flexible solutions include:
Automatic data rollover
No business can afford to waste data it doesn’t use, so now O2’s SMB customers can benefit from any unused data automatically rolled over to the following month.
Every business has its peaks and troughs, so O2 lets their SMB customers flex their data allowance up and down each billing cycle to ensure they’re equipped with all the data they need, whether that be for those quieter periods or set for those more data-draining moments.
Flexible add-on business apps
O2 Business can help employees to stay productive no matter where they need to work, with the option to add apps to help you work smarter and more effectively. Whether you’re concerned about productivity, collaboration or security, O2 has you covered with add-ons such as Microsoft Office 365, McAfee and Sophos.
Range of business contract lengths
No business is the same, so SMBs can choose a wide range of contract lengths, from a rolling 30-day plan, through to three years.
Maria Fernandez, Trading Director, SMB at O2 said, “It’s important to us that our business customers have plans that can suit their specific needs, which is why we’ve introduced these market-leading range of solutions that can flex as their business does.”
“We understand that each business is one of a kind and we all know businesses need flexibility, more so than ever in the current climate. With each tailored package, small and medium-sized businesses will be able to have full control over their usage, complete with our new automatic data rollover, ensuring that customers don’t miss out by losing data they’ve already paid for.”