Employee Cell Phone Agreements

July 21, 2017

How to Go About an Employee Cell Phone Agreement

When offering employees a company phone, there are several areas of the contract which need to be determined, discussed, and negotiated; both on the employer-to-employee side and the employer-to-provider side. In this piece, we’ll be discussing both sides of the coin and provide helpful tips to ensure the process is as smooth, efficient, and cost-effective as possible.


Employer-to-Employee Cell Phone Agreement

With growing popularity of BYOD (bring your own device) and the growing need for employees to have a connection to the office happenings, even when outside of the office; it’s only a matter of time until you’ll begin to notice the need for an employer-sponsored cell phone program for your employees. This can provide a number of benefits ranging from greater connectivity amongst fellow employees to increased productivity to better response rates with potential clients. With all of these positives, there are some inevitable downsides which can be easily avoided with a well written and defined employer-to-employee cell phone agreement. This agreement can entail the following:

  • Acceptable Data Usage
  • Code of Conduct
  • Prohibited Sites
  • Prohibited Applications
  • International Usage Policies
  • Etc…

When you have these policies laid out clearly from the beginning, it prevents harmful situations from occurring on both the employee and employer side of things. All in all, this process of laying out an agreement on both sides of the fence will only further help the flow and efficiency of your organization and keep you and your employees happy.


Employer-to-Provider Agreement

At Mindglobal, we are always seeking the most optimized and cost-effective options for you as our client when it comes to wireless providers. We’re able to audit your existing contracts with nearly any of the wireless providers available and discover areas where we can potentially save you thousands upon thousands of dollars each month and provide top-tier customer service all along the way. With an employer-to-provider agreement in place, you’re able to see the way the contracts are being optimized and narrowed down to only provide what your business needs to succeed and reduce costs, every step of the way. If this sounds as though your company could benefit from such cost-saving measures, feel free to contact us and we’ll be sure to promptly respond within 24 hours. Looking forward to hearing from you soon!