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QR Codes for First Great Western

QR Codes for First Great Western spotted at Newton Abbot Train Station

So you know things are going mainstream when you are about to board a train and you see a poster from First Great Western advertising the ability to get the timetables for a required trainline all by a QR code.  Just check out the photo, all you do is scan the code and her presto the timetable is on your mobile.

We love QR Codes, and enjoy seeing great new ways they are being used – the way First Great Western use them here, surely is a `win win`, the passenger gets the timetable on their mobile device and FGW deliver the info and also hopefully have to print less timetables, thus saving money and the environment – and that gets our vote.

If your business needs new ways to promote its products and services then why not give GleaveMedia a try?  We specialize in delivering innovative solutions that drive traffic to your website,  we will give you the tools and train your staff to help your business to reach its full potential.

Whatever you want your business to achieve online, then we have the skills and resources to help you exceed those targets.

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Business mobile phones, iPhone, Blackberry or htc on a business tariff

We all know about the massive business growth that comes from the mobile internet that can be delivered though a business mobile on a business tariff, this varies from just checking email to texting employees.  Which ever way you look at it the way a business works has changed dramatically from just a few years ago and with new handsets from the like of Blackberry, HTC and Apple you really are spoilt for choice.

A few mobile stats for you below;

  • 19% of internet users now use status updates – mobile dominates
  • 975 million mobile web users expected by 2012
  • Mobile phones to over take PC’s for web surfing by 2013
  • Over half a billion people to use mobile money transfer services by 2014

So the question is if we know this, then why are so many businesses on outdated tariffs not giving them the flexibility their business now demands.  The mobile market is constantly changing as each of the networks compete for market share, new offers constantly on the market, for example text deals or internet deals are always around and some may suit your business.  For any business with more than one handset a full annual analysis is always recommended, this includes what you currently pay and what handsets are right for you.

To give you an example; We recently found a solution for a customer that wanted to use more texts between each of his business phones and the ability to get mobile email while out and about, on his current contract, that was expensive.  A free business tariff analysis has seen him move service provider, get all new touch screen handsets for  his staff and save nearly £500, a good saving I think you’ll agree.

So if your business has multiple handsets and you want a free cost analysis just get in touch here, you really dont have anything to loose.

 

*source Mobile Inc

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