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NetOnTheRun a T-Mobile Reseller that Provides Talk, Text and Data for Your Business

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        NetOnTheRun  NetOnTheRun is another T-Mobile reseller with a focus on your business.  They offer unlimited talk, text and data for $45 a month, although data is throttled after 1 GB of 4G LTE.  Coverage however, mirrors exactly that of T-Mobiles including all of their roaming agreements which is not something you always get with this kind of service.  On the surface it would seem that Harbor Mobile still offers a better value for your business as they provide a plan that includes unlimited 4G LTE data for $50 a month.  Like Harbor Mobile though, you cannot port in your number from T-Mobile.  NetOnTheRun does say there is an exception though, and that is if you have a T-Mobile prepaid plan you should be able to port in.  This seems to be a bit of a strange policy by T-Mobile overall though, to not allow some of their resellers to port in numbers.

          NetOnTheRun also provides your business with a "Business Backup Connection."  The Backup Connection will allow your network traffic to automatically be rerouted over NetOnTheRun's wireless broadband network in the event that your primary ISP and network goes down thus helping you to avoid any downtime for your business.

Phone Systems For Your Office


          Like Call Ring Talk a Smartphone Office Phone System is also offered allowing you to have all the features of a typical enterprise class phone in a handheld device.  NetOnTheRun’s technology allows your mobile phone to integrate with a complete Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system, which is an internal private phone network used within a company.  This will then put two different numbers on your phone, however unlike Call Ring Talk, NetOnTheRun’s system uses your cellular minutes for that second line as opposed to an internet data connection. Although a data connection is needed,
reviewing Call Ring Talk's options again, makes it seem like that system is more flexible for a typical small or even large businesses needs as they use a traditional VoIP system and you can make and receive calls on virtually any device you have including with your PC, mobile phone, tablet or traditional office phone.  You can even port in your own number.

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