Five of Australia's biggest banks have signed up for Android Pay, which will be launched in the first half of 2016. The deal will make Australia the second country in the world after the US to adopt the mobile payment service.
After providing management support for AirWatch for several years, VoicePlus has responded to customer interest by also developing experience and expertise in Microsoft Intune.
In the three months since launch, use of the VoicePlus Chat app on customer portals has increased by 78%. "Customers love the new Chat app on their Atrium or Access Portal", says VoicePlus Customer Service Manager, Magdalena Chung.
Atrium+ focuses on Managed End-Point Computing - mobility, devices, fixed, and Apps. Atrium+ is a complete suite of outsourced services that cover Procurement and Logistics, Online Applications, Outsourced Service Desk, Asset & Service Register, and Professional Services.
With a price tag of less than $350, the Samsung Galaxy A3 is proving popular with VoicePlus Enterprise customers looking for a low cost business smartphone. With the latest iPhone 6S now carrying a price tag upwards of $1000, and the older model iPhone 5S experiencing inconsistent supply; VoicePlus has a number of enterprise customers who have shifted their attention to Android device alternatives.
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Following a month of severe shortages - and at times zero supply - VoicePlus is now starting to receive small numbers of its back orders of the iPhone 5S.
New research from Westpac has revealed Australians believe we are quickly becoming a cashless society, and predicts that Australia will be cash free by 2022.
A report benchmarking the mobile networks in Australia has rated Telstra as the best performer ahead of Optus and Vodafone. The CommsDay and P3 Communications 2015 Mobile Benchmark measures smartphone voice and data performance based on weeks of testing around Australia.