3 introduces mix and match plans for SMEs

3 introduces mix and match plans for SMEs



June 9, 2016

Mobile operator, 3’s small business division has introduced mix and match plans which provide flexible communications services for small businesses, including free mobile Skype.

3 Business’s new packages start at £12.77 per month for a choice of voice minutes, texts, mobile broadband data and handsets.

All customers on the Business Mix and Match plans receive 300 free 3-to-3 minutes, free Skype-to-Skype calls, free voicemail and free Instant Messenger.

On the £12.77 monthly tariff customers receive 300 minutes or texts, and a range of options are available up to £22.98 a month for 1100 minutes or texts.

Tim Yeo

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