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T-Mobile For Business Cellular Services

More than a basic plan. More benefits. More value. Plus, with Magenta and Magenta MAX plans now get more of the tools built for business with Netflix or Microsoft 365 included.  @T-mobile

  • America’s largest nationwide 5G network. We cover more businesses, more people, and more places than anyone else.

  • Stop more scams from ever reaching you. Our advanced scam blocking and caller ID solutions give you the confidence to answer your calls.

  • Turn your phone into a mobile hotspot. Keep your devices connected to the internet with 5G of high-speed hotspot data, plus unlimited 3G data—at no extra cost.

  • In-flight texting and data.Text, access Visual Voicemail, and more—all at 30,000 feet. Plus, stay connected with an hour of Wi-Fi.

  • Reliable connectivity abroad. Enjoy unlimited 2G data and texting in 210+ countries and destinations around the world, including Mexico and Canada—at no extra cost.

  • Our signature unlimited business phone plan — as low as $30/line with AutoPay for 8 lines or more.

  • 4 Lines for $40/line

  • 2 Lines for $60/ line 

Cellular Elevator Phone Lines

Replace expensive analog landlines and delivers a dedicated, code complaint, LTE cellular elevator phone line for any analog elevator phone to any pre-programmed call center. With over 24 hrs of stand-by back-up battery, the Rescue GSM is not only easy to install but provides substantial savings over outdated connections. Upgrade and save 30-50% off current elevator phone line charges! Our cellular elevator phone line is easy to install and works with all elevator telephones and monitoring services.

  • Replaces existing landlines with cellular connectivity

  • Compatible with all analog elevator phones

  • Fully code compliant

  • Easy to install

  • No change to elevator service agreement or providers

  • No modifications needed

  • Utilizes reliable T-Mobile MIMO* Network

  • Provides 4G-LTE-A connectivity

  • 30-50% savings on line charges

  • PTCRB Certified

Wireless Internet over Satellite and 4G LTE

Maximize WAN Resilience With Failover to Cellular To 4G LTE Networks. Automate a seamless switch to 4G LTE in the event the primary WAN is unavailable Make business unstoppable using cellular failover backup. If your main connection drops, a business can keep going with cellular failover.


  • Get seamless backup, untethered scaling, & a network that makes business unstoppable.

  • Prevent outages with cellular that automatically connects

  • Use cellular as a convenient out-of-band path

  • Deploy new sites without having to wait for a mainline

  • Stay disruption-proof

  • Empowering the Internet of Things

IoT Low Powered Networks

Simple and secure IoT connectivity  - A low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) or low-power wide-area (LPWA) network or low-power network (LPN) is a type of wireless telecommunication wide area network designed to allow long-range communications at a low bit rate among things (connected objects), such as sensors operated on a battery.[1][2] The low power, low bit rate, and intended use distinguish this type of network from a wireless WAN that is designed to connect users or businesses and carry more data, using more power. The LPWAN data rate ranges from 0.3 kbit/s to 50 kbit/s per channel


  • Long-range: The operating range of LPWAN technology varies from a few kilometers in urban areas to over 10 km in rural settings. It can also enable effective data communication in previously infeasible indoor and underground locations.

  • Low power: Optimized for power consumption, LPWAN transceivers can run on small, inexpensive batteries for up to 20 years

  • Low cost: LPWAN's simplified, lightweight protocols reduce complexity in hardware design and lower device costs. It's long-range combined with a star topology reduces expensive infrastructure requirements, and the use of license-free or licensed bands reduces network costs.

  • Empowering the Internet of Things

Stay competitive and lean with 100% cloud PBX

Traditional business phones (PBX systems), with their cable-filled closets and exorbitant monthly calling fees, have long been marching toward extinction. As of 2019, Frost and Sullivan estimated more than 82 percent of businesses had adopted or were planning to adopt a Cloud PBX in some part of their business. Events in 2020 suggest that percentage is going to accelerate quickly.

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