O2 to offer NHS voice and data deal
Written by: Philip Mason | Published:

Mobile network operator O2 has launched its ‘health tariff,’ which it describes as a “unique connectivity package” exclusively for health organisations.

According to the company, the offer is aimed at helping NHS stakeholders meet the organisation’s goal of being paper free by 2020. The tariff begins at £12 a month for each user, for which organisations get unlimited calls, texts and 2 gigabytes of data per person.

The tariff also includes access to a range of security and device management features including central control and configuration, SIM management and intrusion protection software. In a statement, O2 claims that it was the first network to achieve government CAS(T) approval, in relation to the safety of “patient critical data.”

Katy Liddell, managing director of enterprise and public sector sales at O2, said: “We believe that the people providing exceptional care deserve exceptional connectivity to help them to be at their very best. With the O2 Health Tariff, healthcare professionals can access the information they need wherever they are, helping to remove the hassle of admin and freeing up resource.”

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