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How Mid-Sized Enterprises Can Adapt to the Death of Carrier-Funded In-Building Wireless

May 6, 2024


Before ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) was the de facto standard for business communication, mobile carriers used to fund the installation of in-building wireless connectivity to help secure a business’s phone line and wireless service. While it may seem like ancient history at this point, the transition to full BYOD isn’t even a decade old yet. According to a 2015 RingCentral survey, 83% of U.S.-based knowledge workers were issued a desk phone with their own personal phone number. Those who didn’t use landlines were typically provided single-carrier hardware devices to conduct business.

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