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Mobiles Phones And How They Affect Businesses
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Mobiles Phones And How They Affect Businesses

The mobile phone has become part and parcel of the everyday life of people that even when it comes to businesses you can’t run a company without embracing it. Phones are a regular tool use by businessmen. There are so many advantages it has brought to the businessman but there is a good share of disadvantages as well. Let us compare and take a look the advantages and disadvantages.

This is going to be between using mobile phones and land line phones. Mobile phones can be carried everywhere and you can do more just take calls. It can be taken everywhere around the country if you wanted and still you can make calls. The land line phone draws power and network through wires and is always connected. You won’t have any worries about battery being low or bad signal. Most telephone yellow pages require you to get a landline to get your name on the book but people rarely check yellow pages nowadays thanks to Google.

Cellphones are call mobile phones because of its mobility. It doesn’t matter what mobile network you are using what sim card you are using, postpaid or buy sim card Hong Kong you still have the ability to use it anywhere in the field or in the office. This is way you will rarely miss business calls unless of course when you are at a meeting. Even, if you are at meeting you can send text saying you are at a meeting and put of the call to the next hour.

Mobile phones allow considerable amount of saving when it comes costs. Especially for a small business it is easier cheaper to give limited number of employees a mobile phone than bring in a landline system. However, for a large organization, giving out mobiles for everyone and paying monthly can be really costly than installing a landline system.

There are limitations when it comes to mobile phones such as loss of signal. Landlines rarely lose signal and you fix by calling the network provider. Businesses in rural areas may have bad signal and that will be cause of a problem. Some mobile network has different price ranges for business which may leave you to lose your cost advantages. These limitations can be a limit of the amount of talk time allowed or data transfer limits, etc. Contracts might have to be signed for a period of time and even before the contract is over you might have sights on a better plan but will have to wait till the contract expires. These are a few limitations but I believe in my opinion that advantages outweigh the disadvantageous.