T-Mobile has updated its Business Unlimited tariff in a move which it claims could help very small businesses to better compete internationally.
Companies with up to 10 users can now host free conference calls for up to 20 people as part of the £35 a month plan that already offers unlimited calls, texts and emails, along with internet access and a smartphone.
T-Mobile has also made the plan compatible with its range of global 'Booster' services, including Euro Talk and Text, USA and Canada Talk and Europe and Australasia Talk.
The services are available as a 30-day add-on for £4.26 (excluding VAT) per user per month.
Max Taylor, head of business marketing at T-Mobile, said that the company had tried to make the pricing as predictable and transparent as possible to help small businesses manage cash flow more easily.
"By adding more to Business Unlimited at the same price we are giving businesses greater control and peace of mind over their mobile costs," he said.
Customers will still receive the T-Mobile Business Extras package that offers free business voicemail, next-day phone replacement, 24/7 online account management and dedicated UK-based business support, the firm said.
The offer can be taken on a SIM-only option with a 30-day rolling or 24-month contract, and includes a range of smartphones.
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