Orange has updated its portfolio of business tariffs for BlackBerry users which it claims will benefit organisations of all sizes, although some prices have gone up.
The operator said that the move was designed to offer greater choice from a range of BlackBerry services that allow mobile workers to access email, calendars and other applications while on the move.
The Orange portfolio now includes access to BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) Express for the first time, from £15 per month. However, use of the BlackBerry Internet Service has risen from £4.25 to £6.38 per month.
V3.co.uk asked Orange to explain this price rise but the firm was unable to provide any clarification at the time of publication.
"Businesses of all sizes need to be flexible and cannot afford for staff to lose time through travel or a weak connection. These new plans are the ideal solution for all types of business," said Anthony Keyworth, director of business products at Orange.
"Smaller customers can now have an affordable solution to help them enable mobile working, while larger businesses can offer field or flexible workers secure access to applications with full technical support from Orange."
The company added that the BES and BES Express products will allow firms of different sizes to enjoy an advanced range of security benefits and a full suite of BlackBerry monitoring services, security and technical support.
Orange will also handle all IT administrator and help desk training, and provide managed operation support and the latest BlackBerry network updates. Over-the-air email activation is also available.
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