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Vodafone Romania offers companies access to business applications without consuming data from the allowance

Vodafone Romania launches new options dedicated to companies which allow new customers and the existing ones that renew their subscription to use business applications without consuming the traffic allowance included in the subscription.

2018-04-16 11:37:25

The new offer includes three categories of business applications which can be activated together or individually, covering the most popular email apps, online storage solutions and navigation apps. The offer is available for all types of current mobile voice and data subscriptions and to all companies in Romania, regardless of size and industry.

"The new solutions respond to businesses' need to stay permanently connected while, at the same time, being cost effective. Companies have the liberty of choosing the apps that help their business be ready for the digital era and enjoy connectivity in the best network, as recognized by P3 communications and Ookla, with zero consumption from the allowance", stated Valeriu Nistor, Enterprise Business Unit Director, Vodafone Romania.

All three applications categories are included free of charge in subscriptions starting at 46 euro/month and with 0.8 euro/month and three months of free trial in subscriptions starting at 12 euro/month.



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