Most people choose to upgrade their handset when taking out a new contract tariff to take advantage of the latest technology. We have stocks of all the popular devices available on any network.
There are major differences between the market leaders, although the majority are so called "Smartphones" that are "App" driven. Three main operating systems drive the performance of your phone that may be a deciding factor in your choice. Apple uses their excellent iOS that easily integrates with iPads, iTunes and iTouch if you're already part of the Apple Family.
Samsung, HTC and Nexus use the Google-owned Android system. Blackberry uses their proprietary operating system only found in their products.
You may have your own preferred option which we can happily source for you. The devices below are requested the most by our customers. Please call us if you're looking for something else.
The new range of Blackberry Curve phones is perfect for all business owners on the move.
They all use the Blackberry operating system with an integrated QWERTY keypad to make sending emails a breeze. If you need to integrate your business applications with mobile devices, then Blackberry is often the preferred option.
We can offer your business a free iPhone for all your users on a 24-month contract.
The ever popular iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 are intuitive to use and integrate seamlessly with Microsoft Outlook for sending and receiving emails. These phones are popular with small businesses.
A high-quality phone powered by the Android operating system is always a popular choice.
An easy to use touch screen is built to last with even the heaviest use. This powerful phone also has a 1 GHz processor, which makes owning an HTC Desire a pleasure.
HTC Desire Highlights
The Nokia E6 combines a QWERTY keyboard with a large high definition screen display.
This smartphone is great for most business people on the move and is one of the slimmest on the market today. It comes with a unique voice memo facility and is incredibly easy to use.
Nokia E6 Highlights
There are additional demands for the business user over a regular consumer which may influence which handset you choose. The focus is more on performance, reliability and secure integration with your office applications than games and Facebook updates! Below is our helpful guide on are some of the features available that you may require.
It's essential that urgent and important emails and messages are delivered to you immediately. Apple and Android have "Push" technology built into their operating systems that send messages directly to your device as soon as the mail server receives them. Once activated, you do not have to keep refreshing your mail client to check if any new email has arrived.
You may need to access your company's data whilst on the move and integration used to be difficult. Blackberry is perhaps more advanced in direct integration, although you could simply have a secure website that helps you access the desired information. Advanced Apps are constantly being developed to access third party data, and some of the larger CMS providers allow access in this manner.
All original phones had physical keys on the front, and most Blackberrys still have a QWERTY keyboard underneath the screen. All Smartphones activate a keyboard when entering data in a field, and it's mainly personal preference on which one to choose.
If you have other Apple devices, then selecting an iPhone provides a seamless interface across the range. Syncing data is automatic, with backups sent to the Apple Cloud. Android also offers Cloud backup options, although syncing all devices can sometimes be more of a challenge. Other manufacturers are also in this market, including Acer, Doro, LG, Motorola, Orange, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Toshiba.