Ideal Hardware resellers are to distribute a 'mobile data system in a box', jointly offered by Motorola and Cellnet for small businesses, and targeted via IT rather than phone channels.
Called Mobile Freedom, the package includes a Motorola cellular phone, PC communications software, free email address, and software to help get the system started. Motorola will provide airtime and technical support.
Mobile Freedom also provides a six-months subscription to the Cellnet network with up to #20 of calls a month included. ?The box enables executives to save more than #100 when compared to the cost of buying the contents separately at current retail prices,? said Paul Baird, sales manager for Motorola Communicate.
The price of the package ranges from #450 to #600.
?Mobile Freedom is aimed at businesses with five or six field salespeople who are not supported by an IT infrastructure or IT manager. They can buy the box and it will work from day one,? explains Baird.
For resellers, the package enables traditional IT resellers to offer mobile datacomms solutions to their customers without the headache of arranging complex airtime contracts, continued Baird.
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