No matter the size of the business, mobile expenses are a crucial and necessary item to budget for. Many business owners will go for the
ICASA’s 2020 State of the ICT Sector report, released in June last year, revealed that South Africa’s smartphone penetration had reached 91.2% in 2019 –
According to the latest figures from Statista, there are approximately 3.8 billion smartphone users in the world today. Considering the global population currently stands at
When it comes to business, there is always a bottom line, and that bottom line is always balancing the books and hopefully also making some
Cellphone contracts have made us accustomed to replacing our mobile devices every two years, following the length of the average mobile contract – 24 months.
Hardly anyone would debate the importance of keeping every employee in a company connected. This is especially true in the age of the internet, where our mobile devices are lifelines that don’t only serve as a means to stay in touch but are also increasingly used as tools of work.
Without a shadow of a doubt, entrepreneurs have nerves of pure steel. Keeping a small business afloat in favourable economic circumstances is hard enough – now, imagine trying to keep a small enterprise going when it falls upon hard times.
Our smartphones have become far more than devices that allow us to stay connected to friends and family. These days, smartphones are also crucial work tools that have very much become a part of the modern office. For precisely this reason, maintaining and taking care of your device is of the utmost importance if you are to keep using it for as long as possible.