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We recently have been ordering new iPhone Xs for customer and many are still back ordered. While you are waiting for yours, you may want to get a case. The new iPhone has earned the title of “Most Breakable Phone” due to very easy cracks — both from the bezel-less screen, glass back and stainless […]
Well our competitors are again making a good name for everyone in the Expense Management space — so much so that you still have a chance to get in on the Class Action Lawsuits pending against Tangoe. WHAT HAPPENED? Recently, Tangoe was Delisted from Nasdaq for inadequate reporting. As AOTMP writes “Tangoe had revenue classification […]
Bill Police has specialized in Fully Managed Services for Business to Business Wireless Programs for over 15 years. We are now piloting a Personal Wireless Management Program and are offering a free Personal Wireless Audit for anyone who provides us their bill. If you are interested in having a free Audit, please forward a copy of […]
Because of the recent unveiling of Unlimited Plans, we have fielded lots of questions about the the difference between Throttling and Prioritizing (the recent Verizon Unlimited plans do both depending on the device type). This blog will review the differences and what it means to you. As you know, no wireless carrier plans are […]
ATT Stream Saver — a network feature that allows Corporately billed subscribers to watch videos but use less data — was launched on January 11th. Sounds fantastic but how is this possible? Marketed as a data/cost saving feature, the short answer is: throttling. Throttling by any other name is still…..throttling. Using ATT’s own […]
Yep, most of you have heard Verizon has unleashed an Unlimited Data Plan. Many of you are asking us about it, so here is BP’s take: Why now? Because Verizon was losing subscribers to TMobile and Sprint who added 3.3 million and almost 1 million subscribers respectively last year. This is compared to Verizon’s then […]