Road Warrior Mobile Communication Program

All corporations in international trade have personnel (“Road Warriors”) that travel abroad on business that may be for business development, field engineering, training, trouble-shooting etc. 

They all need to have the facility for making and receiving voice calls, text messages – SMS and email –  and for access to the Internet to browse the world wide web for information. The cost of such mobile roaming communication is a significant expense of the total cost doing business. A large corporation with 200 employees traveling on business at any one time runs up monthly telecommunications expense that amounts to US$400,000.

Ecocarrier can reduce that US$400,000 expense by some 65% on average or US$260,000 monthly with the use of the cost cutting facilities of the RWMC Program by the corporation.

Ecocarrier can design the appropriate RWMC Program to suit the needs of a particular corporation but by and large all the requirement of corporations in this regard can be met with the 4 Great Value Propositions that are described in the service literature on RWMC Program attached herewith.

Please write to us at RWMC@ecocarrier.com  about your requirement and one of our service consultants will respond with possible solutions that cut the costs by 55%-85%.

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Reseller enquiry:  VIVE-IBT@ecocarrier.com.

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