Daisy offering free 4G trials to boost EE sales

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Dealers to receive trial SIM cards and devices to enable them to demonstrate the network’s capabilities to customers

Daisy Distribution has partnered with EE to provide dealer partners with up to 10 4G-activated SIM cards and handsets to help them demonstrate the network’s capabilities to customers.

The trial, which is based on a first come, first served basis, began on January 1 and runs until at least the start of June, is designed to help boost 4G connections in the business channel.

Dealers will take ownership of the SIM for 30 days, before it is reallocated to another Daisy partner.

4G handsets used in the trial include the Nokia Lumia 925 and Lumia 1020 as well as the BlackBerry 10-run handsets, the Z10 and Q10 QWERTY device.

Daisy Distribution marketing director Julien Parven (pictured) said: “The aim of the trial is to increase the amount of sales our partners are making on 4G devices. Customers will get the opportunity to see for themselves, first-hand, how 4G can benefit businesses within the industry.”

EE has more than two million customers in total signed to 4G contracts.

As of September 2013, EE had more than 3,200 corporate accounts using 4G and expects to lead B2B for connections within the next three years.

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