Vodafone has revealed a new suite of flexible plans and expanded its Ready Business Apps portfolio aimed at small businesses.
The new Business Flex plans provide SMBs with the capability to build their own suite of plans according to their requirements.
“We recognise that many Australian businesses are paying for inclusions they neither want or need, Business Flex offers an alternative which means businesses are only paying for the essentials and can purchase add-ons as they see fit,” Vodafone executive general manager, enterprise business, Stuart Kelly, said.
The offer includes infinite standard national calls and text with data allowances of up to 20GB; a variety of plans and price points ranging from $30 to $150; the ability to add standard international calls or data add-ons to use in Australia; share all inclusions among employees; a personal account manager for businesses with more than 10 employees; and an optional technology fund to help purchase the latest devices.
The telco has also added apps such as Dropbox Business, Xero, MozyPro, Norton Small Business and Office 365, to its Ready Business platform, and Google Apps for Work and GoDaddy will be made available on the platform in mid-June.
The portal provides a single point of access for business users and has a free two-month subscription on offer.
Kelly said it selected the range of Ready Business Apps following a comprehensive review of the core communication requirements and needs of Australian small businesses.“We found through our research that mobility and office enablement were common needs across numerous industries and business sizes, so we have designed our Ready Business Apps range to ensure that whether you’re a graphic designer, a plumber, a retailer or real estate agency, your business has the tools it needs to help grow,” Kelly said.