O2 urges small businesses to make use of 4G

Wednesday, August 14th 2013
Small businesses can really capitalise on the opportunities offered to them by 4G technology, O2 has said.
O2 urges small businesses to make use of 4G
Small businesses have been encouraged by O2 to make the most of the professional opportunities made available as a result of new 4G technology.
 
The mobile operator said the service opens up a whole world of possibilities for company owners because it offers higher speeds, the potential to allow flexible working and facilitates collaboration and sharing.
 
For example, O2 pointed out that pop-up offices can be run using 4G so that sales can be made anywhere, while employees going out into the field can stay connected to the workplace and update paperwork without having to rely on Wi-Fi.
 
"Whether it's working more flexibly and effectively or increasing customer engagement, you can use 4G to stay ahead of the competition or improve the delivery of your services," O2 commented.
 
O2's own 4G network will be launched on 29 August 2013 in London, Leeds and Bradford. By the end of this year, 13 cities will be connected, including Newcastle, Liverpool and Coventry.

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