Rogers launches mobile solution for small biz owners

By Staff | July 19, 2016 | Last updated on July 19, 2016
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Rogers Communications has launched a new mobile solution for small businesses that eliminates the need for traditional desk phones.

The service, called Rogers Unison, brings the features of a traditional landline phone to mobile phones. Rogers aims to eliminate the need for small businesses to use desk phones. The service allows businesses to connect with customers and employees regardless of location.

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Customers can keep their landline numbers, Rogers says, while ditching their actual landlines. The company claims that will let business owners save at least 40% of their landline phone costs. Small businesses today spend an average of $25 to $50 a month for each landline, Rogers says.

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“We’re bringing a North American first to Canadian small businesses by making it possible for them to use their mobile phone to connect their entire business and team, eliminating the need for dated desk phones,” says Nitin Kawale, president of the Enterprise Business Unit at Rogers. “We think it’s about time Canadian businesses have access to a mobile solution that not only lets them improve productivity and truly operate business on the go, but also realize significant cost savings.”

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