Why are SIM only monthly rolling contracts good for business?

May 10, 2022
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With a SIM Only Monthly Rolling Contract you’re not tied in to lengthy contracts.

There are multiple use cases for having SIM only rolling monthly contracts, in this introductory piece we’ll run through some of the more obvious ones, but if you’ve got any questions, then drop us a line.

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What you’ll get?

We’ll send you a SIM card, simple as that – you can then put it in a device of your choice, using it on a rolling monthly contract – it couldn’t be more simple.

You get to use it for whatever you need it for, whenever you need it, not tied in to lengthy contracts.

How can they be used?

Sub-Contractors

If you’re a business that uses sub-contractors, then SIM Only Monthly Contracts gives you the flexibility you need. A dedicated telephone line to the person you need to talk to, for the amount of time you need it.

Got someone coming in to perform an audit, or a project manager overseeing something? This is what you need.

Maternity / Paternity leave

Or if someone on your staff is taking a sabbatical and you’ve got cover coming in, they’ll need to be available to the business. By offering short-term (monthly rolling) contracts you can be flexible but not out of pocket.

IoT / M2M devices

Particular projects may require monitoring or using technology that isn’t an everyday requirement for your business, if that’s the case, using monthly rolling contracts can save you money but give you the connectivity you need.

Staff from Overseas

If your business has offices across the globe, then travellers will probably be frequent. Rather than paying expensive roaming fees, visitors from other countries can be synchronised into your business simply and without expense.

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These are just a few of the reasons we can think of that would make flexible monthly rolling contracts worthwhile.

If you’d like to talk to our team, then contact us to see how we can help.

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