3 Business, Package Deals

3 Business, Package Deals

June 12, 2016

3 Business, is a new sector of the mobile operator, 3, and has launched a range of new deals for businesses.

Plans will start from £12.77 per month using a mix and match scheme to create your perfect plan with your desired voice minutes, texts, mobile broadband data and handsets.

Another feature the plan will include will be the use of the free skype service, direct from a mobile.

Packages are flexible and will start with a choice of handsets such as Nokia’s N95, HTC TyTN II, Nokia’s E61 and 6500 slider.

The packages will all be inclusive of 300 free 3-to-3 minutes, as well as free Skype-to-Skype calls, free voicemail and free Instant Messenger, with 300 minutes or texts from £12.77 up to £22.98 for 1,100 minutes or texts.

Dependant on the package chosen, businesses will also be subject to bonuses which could be 2000 3-to-3 minutes, 1000 UK texts or 2000 UK landline minutes.

Businesses already using business tariffs with 3 will also benefit with the Business 600, Business 900 and Flat Rate tariffs, including 2000 free 3-to-3 minutes, although new customers get the better deal with 10% off for a 18 month contract, or a massive 25% for a 24 month contract.

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