The changing of wireless carriers does not get to the root cause of why construction firms consider changing. All carriers charge more than they should and no one has the time or patience to review 100+ page bills every month.
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Hello Michael,As CIO, I was responsible for managing Telecom. I switched cell phone carriers a couple of times. Ultimately, we realized that the best option was to work with multiple carriers. This also gave us the ability to move individual lines between providers as job-site demanded it. For example, the only workable option in downtown San Francisco was AT&T, in Seattle, T-Mobile was the best carrier, and Verizon was the absolute worst in the Lake Tahoe area. We chose T-Mobile as our primary provider, since they had the most consistent billing practices. For all others, we had to make routine calls for billing errors.Also, be sure to ask for a breakdown of all fees. Carriers generally fail to accurately calculate statutory fees and opt for the maximum rates. For example; our initial bill with Nextel included a 28.5% tax & fees. After an in- depth review, it was dropped down to 15%.Good Luck,Varoujan AdamianPrincipal ConsultantNoravandBurbank, CA(818) email@example.com