When Sourcing your Wireless Plans, you need to understand if they all the same?

March 3rd, 2015

When it comes to Wireless Rate Plans they are not necessarily all the same.


Today’s post is  from the Sourcing Strategy archives at SafeSourcing.

It’s always good to know what you are paying for and what you aren’t paying for. Do you know what you are paying for?

Although the amount of data we view today and amount of storage capabilities have grown substantially since this last posted, the principle behind its information is still rock solid.

For instance, Sprint is one of the only companies left that claims to have completely unlimited data. Many other companies, like AT&T and Verizon, have different tiers of data rate plans. The higher tier, the more you may have to pay a month for your mobile phone plan. When signing these contracts, you should ask yourself, really how much data is 2 GB and how much do you actually need? Most people probably don’t know. However, if you do a little research, you can find out.

According to phonearena.com, just a few deliverables that 2 GB will get you; 4,000 visits to a website, 500 photo uploads to social media sites, downloading 285 high quality MP3’s, streaming 4 hours of high quality music a month, etc. What does this mean to you?

This may seem like a lot to some and not so much to others, but understanding facts like these will save you money. Why pay for 4 GB of data when you are only using 1 GB of data. Or would you rather have a piece of mind of not having to keep track of your data and go to a company that offers unlimited data.

Long story short, it is good to know what you are paying for and what you are using of what you are paying for. A good way to understand this disparate data, so that you have your facts straight is to do your research. Please contact a SafeSourcing customer services Account Manager for help with all of your sourcing needs to make sure you are get the right product for you or your company’s needs.

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