Text messaging – Are you covered?

Rogers is Increasing the Price to TEXT in March 2011!!

Rogers has begun to notify their customers of their latest price increase, and many are speculating that the other carriers are likely to follow suit in the very near future.  Just a nickle some say… but we all know how fast those nickles can add up… 

 

Effective March 16, 2011 the cost of sending a pay-per-use text message on Rogers will increase from $0.15 to $0.20  for each sent and received message.

 

The new rate will not affect you if you have a text plan and do not send more text’s than are allotted in your plan, however, [Read more…]

Tele-Watch Year to Date

Understanding your Calendar Year to Date Report From Tele-Watch.

A quick glance at the Calendar Year to Date Report and you may feel like you are seeing hieroglyphics.

Relax!!!  Knowing a few key things to look at can provide significant insight, and make you all-knowing about  your wireless expense management.

An easy check to determine if your mobile management strategy is working is to consider two key calculations: [Read more…]

ALERTS, ALERTS, ALERTS!

Do you Review your Tele-Watch Alerts?

 

GILL Technologies is here to help with your wireless expense management service, but YOU can take action to save even more.

Tele-Watch (Telecom Expense Management Software) displays ALERTS to help monitor and reduce costs; providing information you can review for tips on how to save money, implement or enforce company policies and prevent abuse, while optimizing your business communications. 

 

Some types of usage may require your intervention in order to control and reduce cost. [Read more…]

Mobile Plan Changes For Seasonal Travel

Data Plans, Travel Packs and Roaming To Save Big Time!

 

With the holidays coming, I think now is a great time to address roaming, and why companies and their employees should share personal travel plans, not just business arrangements.  Typically, personal travel at this time of year increases, and without proper planning, bills increase exponentially.

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