Always on, always connected
As 4G coverage and technology improves, the options that mobile broadband gives SMEs have changed the game, writes Quinton O’Reilly
With 90 per cent coverage across Ireland and more than 50 per cent of businesses using it, Vodafone Ireland has been one of the top players in the enterprise mobility space.
While its phone and connectivity services have been consistent through mobile dongles and 3G, the ubiquity of 4G services has expanded its horizons dramatically. The true capabilities of 4G are only now being realised. They have gone way beyond the office worker travelling for the day...
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