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Jenna Hanson
Business and Technology Journalist

Jenna Hanson covers business news and technology for Smarter Business™

Jenna Hanson
Business and Technology Journalist

Jenna Hanson covers business news and technology for Smarter Business™

With smartphone and tablet sales on the rise, mobile business has just gotten a little easier with the release of three new apps in the Telstra T-suite.

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We are seeing strong demand from businesses taking up our T-Suite products, as it provides easy access and management for customers’ technology needs, and puts critical business information at their fingertips.

- WILL IRVING, TELSTRA BUSINESS

App Availability and Function

The apps have been designed to streamline customer and staff interactions, allowing Australian SMBs to focus more on their core business and spend less time on administration tasks.

The apps are available on a month-to-month subscription basis through Telstra’s T-Suite offering. For subscribers’ first orders, the apps (up to 499 licences for Canvas and 399 licences for Zunos) are available for 30 days at no charge, with more apps to join the list in the coming years.

Mobile Business Apps now available through T-Suite include:

Prices correct at time of publishing.

There is now real scope for businesses of all sizes to make much more use of apps to make doing business easier and free up valuable time.
    - WILL IRVING, TELSTRA

"We are seeing strong demand from businesses taking up our T-Suite products, as it provides easy access and management for customers’ technology needs, and puts critical business information at their fingertips," says Irving.

The apps are available on a month-to-month subscription basis through Telstra’s T-Suite offering. For subscribers’ first orders, the apps (up to 499 licences for Canvas and 399 licences for ARISapp) are available for 30 days at no charge, with more apps to join the list in the coming years.

Mobile Business Apps now available through T-Suite include:

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