Orange business broadband 'meets flexible working needs'

Friday, April 9th 2010
Orange has unveiled its new range of business broadband packages designed to appeal to the flexible needs of modern organisations.
Orange business broadband 'meets flexible working needs'
Leading broadband provider Orange has stated that its business broadband products meet the flexible working needs of modern companies.

Working patterns are changing and many employees require greater flexibility in terms of where and when they work, according to the telecoms firm.

Orange has therefore launched a new range of business mobile broadband plans with the benefits of unlimited data usage and a clear pricing structure.

"We know that traditional working hours are changing and we want our mobile broadband offering to reflect the working lives of our customers," explained Martin Lyne, Orange UK's director for small and medium business.

As a result, businesses are able to choose the Orange mobile broadband package that suits them best, he added.

Orange recently urged workers in the UK to "reclaim the summer" by making best use of mobile broadband technology as opposed to making long journeys into the office.

The company pointed out that 90 per cent of employees spend on average up to an hour on their daily commute.

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