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Two of the world’s most popular smartphones the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One are now part of the Cbeyond TotalVoice portfolio of mobile devices that run on Sprint’s 3G and 4G LTE networks.
Atlanta-based Cbeyond, a cloud and communications service provider that sells through channel partners, says adding these phones to TotalVoice is part of its commitment “to making the latest and most advanced mobile products and technologies available to our customers.”
Cbeyond says the Galaxy S4 and the HTC One offer additional connectivity, improved workforce management and international capabilities for small and midsize businesses.
“These compelling new devices are really powerful and will push the envelope in extending connectivity and improving workforce productivity across business applications and data types,” said Scott Block, product manager at Cbeyond.
Both phones run on the Android Jelly Bean operating system and can convert into Wi-Fi Hot Spots supporting up to 10 connections.
The Galaxy S4, Samsung’s fastest selling smartphone, is available through Cbeyond for $250 with a two-year contract. The HTC One is priced at $200 on contract.
“Sprint makes every effort to assist our customers in procuring the latest and greatest handsets their customers demand,” said Karen Freitag, vice president emerging and wholesale solutions at Sprint. “We are pleased to provide Cbeyond with access to a nationwide 3G and high-powered 4G LTE network experience, enabling their small- and medium-sized businesses to achieve greater mobility.”
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