Daisy Release ‘Freedom’ Tariff

Daisy Group has developed a unique mobile business tariff for its customers, called Daisy Freedom.

This exclusive tariff, available on Vodafone, has been created to offer customers increased flexibility through their mobile devices as smartphone and tablet sales continue to rise. Freedom has been developed in alignment with the choose-your-own-device (CYOD) trend that is set to dominate the UK business landscape in 2014, replacing the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement.

The tariff has been designed to give the mobile user more freedom when using their device outside of the office – offering a ‘pick and mix’ style approach to building a package that suits their requirements. It also ensures that customers no longer have to feel any restriction when using their mobile, or when working remotely.

Unlike other network tariffs, Freedom includes all calls to Freephone and non-geographic numbers, voicemail call return and MMS as part of its monthly package.

Bolt-ons can also be added that suit the customer’s requirements, enabling them to make significant savings should their needs cover international usage, roaming and high data requirements.

Ricky Shock, Daisy Mobile Product Manager, said: “Freedom is precisely what it says it is. Customers no longer have to feel restricted about what calls they can make as all the costs are included in the standard monthly payment. This helps ensure fleet costs can be managed more efficiently, saving valuable time that can be re-invested into other areas of a business.

“It also helps reduce the likelihood of bill shock as a business knows the precise payment amount that will come through every month, with no extra charges associated – including the visibility of all bolt-ons. This is just another step in our bid to make Daisy a leading mobile provider for businesses, following on from our recent launch of 4G.”

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David Dungay

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