Three UK announced the launch of 'Three Means Business', its new mobile aimed at UK’s growing number of entrepreneurs and small businesses.
The offering, in partnership with WeWork, Wix, MOO and FreshBooks, includes one of the cheapest mobile contracts in the market, alongside discounts and free subscriptions to useful services.
Customers, who can be businesses of any size from freelancers through start-ups to established small businesses, are offered one of the cheapest business tariffs in the market and the only one priced in line with the network’s wider consumer offering. Three is also the first operator to offer unlimited data bundles for businesses, addressing the growing reliance on mobile in the day-to-day running of their ventures.
The network also brought on board a number of partners who will provide special offers for Three Means Business customers:
- Wix – six months’ free subscription to the ‘unlimited’ and business unlimited premium plans for website builder package
- FreshBooks – six months’ free subscription to accountancy package
- WeWork – six months’ free digital membership and two credits a month for workspace
- MOO – 25% off all products, including business cards and other branded stationery
The announcement comes as part of Three’s plans to grow its customer base via a multi-brand, multi-product offering. It also follows a recent rebrand of Relish, the home wireless broadband provider, to Three Broadband, which has announced plans to expand the service using 5G technology.