Despite the many benefits of mobility, three-quarters of businesses still don’t provide employees with smartphones, instead relying on a bring-your-own-device approach. But BYOD raises security risks and complicates device management.

For businesses looking for cost-effective, flexible options for providing their workforce with mobile phones, no-contract or unlocked devices offer an appealing alternative. Unlocked phones allow businesses to activate devices on any network, choosing the carrier, plan and coverage that suits their needs. Alternatively, enterprises with employees who spend most of their time on Wi-Fi may choose to use unlocked devices without cellular connectivity at all, eliminating monthly voice and data plan costs entirely.

Read the infographic below to see if unlocked phones could be the answer to your enterprise mobility needs.

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