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Mitel Adds Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC Evo LTE to Portfolio

October 16, 2012 - News

Unified communications and collaboration solutions provider Mitel has just added some of the biggest Android smartphones on the market to its lineup for small and medium-sized businesses.

Mitel, a big name in the channel, says the Samsung Galaxy S III, the Galaxy Nexus 4G LTE and the HTC Evo 4G LTE are now available in the U.S. They come with Mitel's Unlimited Plus plan that includes unlimited voice, text and data without throttling or other usage caps.

Mitel offers customers mobility integration with their office communications solution when bundled with Mitel NetSolutions SIP trunking; the ability to share wireless minutes across the organization, and integration of employee smartphones with their desktop phones or local voice services for single number identity and unified voice mail.   

"Mitel is providing U.S. organizations the best Android devices on the market today, and combining that with highly competitive pricing and truly unlimited data usage," said Jon Brinton, president of Mitel NetSolutions. "Our customers are able to tap into advanced options that merge employee devices with Mitel's voice and unified communications solutions, providing consistent and high quality broadband access for employees wherever they are located. And it's all offered with flexible, bundled packages that help control telecoms spend." 

Mitel's Unlimited Plus plan costs $75 per month. For companies that only need talk and text, Mitel offers individual and shared plans starting at $30 per month.

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