Reseller BullsEye Telecom on Tuesday announced it will begin offering wireless services to its multilocation business customers as part of its Corporate Advantage solution, which consolidates support and billing for wireline services. In addition, BullsEye Wireless services will be available for sale through its indirect sales channel.
BullsEye Wireless coverage is available nationwide and includes a selection of calling plans. Individual and shared plans range from 450 to 6,000 minutes and corporate plans range from 700 to 30,000 minutes or higher on an individual basis.
BullsEye will be offering a range of basic phones and smartphones supporting the Android, Windows Mobile and BlackBerry operating systems. In addition, customers may be able to retain use of select mobile equipment where compatible.
BullsEye will offer free in-network calling between BullsEye Wireless customers. And the company plans to allow sharing of minutes across BullsEyes wireless and wireline services.
Customers further can consolidate wireless invoices with other BullsEye invoices. Through the My BullsEye Account (MBA) online support portal, clients have a complete view of all their telecommunications services and can track wireless usage and compare expenses by business unit, division, geography, location or any other business designation.
Tony Walterhouse, BullsEye Telecoms director of partner relations, said the companys existing agents can sell the new products. Training on the service is provided and BullsEye handles device inventory for its sales partners.
Commissions on the services are one-time, not residual. The underlying mobile carrier(s) were not disclosed.
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