The advantages and disadvantages of using mobile phones as a tool for communication in business
A disadvantage of being accessible from anywhere in the country is that people who try to sell you things and waste your time, are able to access you more easily. You could also find that people who try to contact you outside of business hours, leaving you with too many unwanted calls. This can be countered by using some of the re-direction and answering services available to business mobile phone users, as well as by only giving the number out to important customers or key employees. The invention of the mobile phone has changed our lives forever, for some life would be unimaginable without it. Mobile phones have become an integral part of daily life used by millions of people around the world. People now take for granted the ability to communicate by phone at any time, from any place and to any part of the world.
Mobile phones would be the most convenient way of communication for my two clients Maurice and Joanna in the DJ business because they will have to communicate with each other fast and effectively to inform each other for example, to turn up at a certain location and time for a gig, wedding or party. Like the internet but more efficient and practical for on the go, mobile phones also provide the same purpose of accessing to browsing the internet, social networking site, e-mailing, messaging, texting, voice and video calling. Maurice and Joanna can also call, message or e-mail through the internet to dealers, record companies, shops and suppliers by mobile phone to negotiate their company prices, availability and venues. They could have their own personal business card which could state their; Company name, E-mail address, fax, website and main phone number. So they can start handing it to important or well known businesses, suppliers or customers only, which are interested in hiring Maurice and Joanna for their event.
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