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Small Business Cell Phones Plan

Business Planning Tools / November 6, 2016

There's no clear cut winner when it comes to choosing the best business cell phone plan. Instead, it depends on the specific needs of you and your business. The "Big 4" major carriers which include T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, all offer business cell phone plans. Typically, these plans will include unlimited talk and text for every line on the plan, and either a set amount of data per line per month, or a shared data pool that is used by all of the users of that plan each month. Just enter the number of lines, minutes, messages, and data you need in the tool above to see which business cell phone plans will work best for you and your business.

Types of Business Cell Phone Plans

If your company depends on cell phone usage for most or all of its communication needs, then it's a big benefit to have a business wireless plan that suits your organization's needs. You can look up different carriers and plan types with our comparison service and see how much you could save compared to your company's current business wireless plan. There are three types of business wireless plans:

  1. Shared data plans for small businesses
  2. Individual data plans
  3. Medium to large sized business plans

What Business Wireless Plan Is Best For Your Company?

When choosing the right plan for your business, you should consider how many employees will be on the plan and what types of services you want to include. Most carriers factor these three things into your plan:

  • Talk - Minutes
  • Text - Text Messaging
  • Data - Data Usage in MB or GB


AT&T is one of the larger wireless providers and has multiple types of business cell phone plans.

Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless offers individual plans, family sharing plans for small businesses, and larger enterprise business cell phone plans.


Sprint sells a few different type of business cell phone plans including a new plan for small businesses (less than 10 employees) called the Sprint Better Choice Plans.