I know you’ve heard this one before, but this time it appears to be real: You can have employees’ data and voice use for work separately billed from their personal voice and date use, even if they’re on a different carrier than your corporate standard.

One of the corporate objections to BYOD has been the overhead of managing employee expense reimbursements or the added cost of paying their full smartphone plans to avoid the accounting overhead. (Some companies have taken the opposite approach: making employees foot the whole bill, though that’s no longer legal in California, at least.)

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