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Sprint Pushes Enterprise Features On HTC Evo

Jun 2 2010, 1:58pm CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Sprint Pushes Enterprise Features On HTC Evo
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Sprint wants the Evo to succeed with more than just the tech geeks and Android fanatics. They've just sent out a press release announcing that the Evo has been packed full of enterprise applications. These include Zora, a mobile workforce management solution with timesheed functionality and payroll automation.

The Evo has been certified as Citrix Ready and brings Intuit's payment services to your pocket, allowing credit-card payments through the phone. Sprint has also announced a Business Advantage Messaging and Data plan, which includes unlimited Web, text and calling on the Sprint Network. These plans range from $59.99 per user per month to $179.99 per user per month. There is a required $10/month business plan premium data add-on.

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