Intouch Advance is now offering shared mobile broadband data and other services across multiple mobile devices.  This will allow its business customers to use their monthly data allowance across dongles, tablets and smartphones.

The new 4G plans mean that there is no need for separate bills for each device or to pay for mobile broadband on both a dongle and tablet.  Users can connect up to five separate devices on a single plan.

This is a step further in the company striving to continually improve their customer’s experience.  Simon Pollard, Chief Executive, said:

“4G is going to change the face of the market.  We want to be up there, ahead of the rest, in order to provide the best services for our customers at the right price.

“It is becoming commonplace for people to carry smartphones, tablets, e-readers and laptops, whilst travelling to meetings or commuting.   Our shared 4G mobile broadband offering will provide our clients with the convenience of being able to access one 4G broadband plan via their various WiFi enabled devices.

“Our accredited partner status with EE has allowed us to provide this superior service.  It will result in us being able to provide better value for our customers, through the ability to provide one plan, rather than multiple for each device.”

This is a welcomed option considering the turbulent UK economy, which can make a real impact on business expenditure and budgets.  The shared 4G plans are said to save a family of four almost £500 a year on their mobile service bills, so imagine what it can do for your business.