BT has responded to claims that its business communications arm is struggling with a new package that will offer clients unlimited email access and internet calls.
The new £10-a-month Office Anywhere service will enable business customers to access BT's extensive wireless network using free smartphone devices.
A recent Times report claimed that the telecoms company's mobile arm was experiencing a crisis in the number of subscribers it was attracting. The paper reported yesterday that there were just 86,000 consumers using the services.
Office Anywhere will provide unlimited free voice over internet protocol (VoIP) calls using the BT Openzone wireless network, which consumers can use to get broadband access through Wi-Fi hotspots across the country.
The company offers a number of access tariffs for the Openzone network based on usage, with customers able to opt for pay-as-you-go options or a monthly subscription.
Short-term access vouchers are also available, with prices starting at £6.