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Getting the Most out of Your 4G Handset

Published on 08 October 13
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If youâre a business that wants to get the most out of 4G, itâs important to be aware of the different features available through a handset. With different business tariffs available through providers such as DCL mobile, being able to take advantage of 4Gâs high speeds and robust signals means that you can enjoy the best of the new mobile internet standards. Itâs worth looking at some of these features in more detail, and how they can impact upon both your personal and business usage.
Primarily, choosing the right 4G handset means being aware of the range of different phones available. Not all smartphones currently provide 4G access, although this is gradually changing; with EE also having been the first 4G network launched in 2012, the arrival of new networks like Vodafone and O2 with their own 4G connections means that handset choices are rising. To date, though, you can look out for phones such as the iPhone 5, the HTC One, and the Samsung Galaxy S IV.
In terms of what kind of features to watch out, for itâs best to look at how you can run OS and browser apps at a much faster speed than with 4G connections. For example, if youâre using a 4G enabled phone such as the Nokia Lumia 920 with EE, you can experience rapidly loading apps, streaming video, HD camera recording when online, and the ability to sync up maps in realtime without experiencing a significant delay in terms of performance.
For businesses, itâs worth looking into the kinds of enterprise software platforms available for different phones, which can make it possible to coordinate employees and different projects. Businesses can also make use of a wide range of different apps, from organisational tools like Evernote to Dragon Dictation and other programs that can be easily used on 4G without the kinds of lags that you might experience with 3G.
Again, if youâre looking at particular handsets, itâs worth considering how you can make the most of different packages and deals; itâs important to not end up being tied down to a long term contract if youâre paying for too much data (or not enough) with 4G. At the same time, itâs worth considering whether or not a business mobile provider offers special rates on internal calls and different levels of data access.
To this end, itâs crucial to weigh up several factors when looking for a 4G phone, from the quality of the phone you buy, to how you can make the most of different contracts. You might already be using an iOS or a Samsung series of phones in the office, or you may have already had a good relationship with a mobile network. Speaking to providers to find out what contracts are available, and checking your consumer rights, is consequently necessary if you want to enjoy the best of 4G.

Author Bio: Sidra blogs about the best ways to make use of 4G mobile internet. For business contracts, he recommends using DCL mobile. He also blogs about consumer protection and mobile phones.











If youâre a business that wants to get the most out of 4G, itâs important to be aware of the different features available through a handset. With different business tariffs available through providers such as DCL mobile, being able to take advantage of 4Gâs high speeds and robust signals means that you can enjoy the best of the new mobile internet standards. Itâs worth looking at some of these features in more detail, and how they can impact upon both your personal and business usage.

Primarily, choosing the right 4G handset means being aware of the range of different phones available. Not all smartphones currently provide 4G access, although this is gradually changing; with EE also having been the first 4G network launched in 2012, the arrival of new networks like Vodafone and O2 with their own 4G connections means that handset choices are rising. To date, though, you can look out for phones such as the iPhone 5, the HTC One, and the Samsung Galaxy S IV.

In terms of what kind of features to watch out, for itâs best to look at how you can run OS and browser apps at a much faster speed than with 4G connections. For example, if youâre using a 4G enabled phone such as the Nokia Lumia 920 with EE, you can experience rapidly loading apps, streaming video, HD camera recording when online, and the ability to sync up maps in realtime without experiencing a significant delay in terms of performance.

For businesses, itâs worth looking into the kinds of enterprise software platforms available for different phones, which can make it possible to coordinate employees and different projects. Businesses can also make use of a wide range of different apps, from organisational tools like Evernote to Dragon Dictation and other programs that can be easily used on 4G without the kinds of lags that you might experience with 3G.

Again, if youâre looking at particular handsets, itâs worth considering how you can make the most of different packages and deals; itâs important to not end up being tied down to a long term contract if youâre paying for too much data (or not enough) with 4G. At the same time, itâs worth considering whether or not a business mobile provider offers special rates on internal calls and different levels of data access.

To this end, itâs crucial to weigh up several factors when looking for a 4G phone, from the quality of the phone you buy, to how you can make the most of different contracts. You might already be using an iOS or a Samsung series of phones in the office, or you may have already had a good relationship with a mobile network. Speaking to providers to find out what contracts are available, and checking your consumer rights, is consequently necessary if you want to enjoy the best of 4G.

Author Bio: Sidra blogs about the best ways to make use of 4G mobile internet. For business contracts, he recommends using DCL mobile. He also blogs about consumer protection and mobile phones.

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