Not sure exactly what you’ll need in a mobile plan besides future adaptability?
T-Mobile, the third-largest wireless service in the US, offers two plans for business, both packed with unique features that set it apart from the rest.
All plans include free US roaming, unlimited talk, and text messages, as well as unlimited texting outside of the country.
Basic features like call forwarding, voicemail, caller ID, call waiting, and conference calling also come standard with all AT&T business cell phone plans, along with bring-your-own-phone support.
T-Mobile also offers free Wi-Fi calling and texting and an hour a day of free in-flight Wi-Fi through Gogo Air (not the best-reviewed service, but a free hour is a free hour).
If you have employees conducting overseas business while on the go, Sprint covers it and keeps it simple with a single enterprise cell phone plan, Business Unlimited.
The same goes for T-Mobile Unlimited Business, which is made to accommodate 13 lines and up and starts at per line.
As with most other providers, both T-Mobile business plans offer standards like free calling to same-carrier phones, free US long distance calls and roaming, free nights and weekends, and unlimited data usage (though it may be slowed to 50GB of usage per month).
The German-owned company has also earned a reputation for stellar customer service and was the first to eliminate annual contracts (an idea that stuck—none of the plans reviewed on this page require contracts).
In April 2018, the company announced its intention to merge with Sprint under the T-Mobile banner.