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5 Remote Places You Can Work with Mobile Telecommunication

The summertime is coming, bringing with it more sun and the itch to travel. How do you expect to enjoy a vacation with that workload piling on your desk? Simple enough, you can take it with you! Thankfully for you and your business, mobile communication provides the capability to instant message, transfer information, make business calls, and reach out to your office in a moment’s notice. If you’re the type of business that has taken advantage of what mobile communication has to offer, you can visit these five remote places and continue to work.

1. South Island, New Zealand

Embrace the South Island’s beautiful landscape: mountains, glaciers, volcanoes, and breathtaking coastlines. If you need a break from skiing, scuba diving, or hiking – roaming permits the same phone to be used in multiple countries which means you will never be too far from your business!

2. Hawaii

If you are desperate for a taste of sun, search no further. You won’t have to worry about leaving the states and transferring currency, nor will you have to worry about about missing calls! If you ever drop a call, they will be routed to another location in order to ensure there is no loss of productivity.

3. Tasmania, Australia

You can stay in a cabin at Cradle Mountain National Park and, on your break from visiting the wildlife, you can virtually visit your office. With web conferencing you are sure to make your entire office jealous when they see the coast’s warm clear waters behind you.

4. Tahiti

Emerald waters, white-sand beaches, and overwater bungalows. You can casually make domestic or international business calls while hanging out by the pristine waters in the comfort of your villa!

5. The Cook Islands

Also known as the “the secret of the Pacific,” the Cook Islands were formed by volcanic activity. These islands are hidden halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand. You can stay in your own private lagoon side bungalow for $150 a night. While you overlook the small island that sits atop of the giant barrier reef, you will still be able to send and receive company emails.

Your business will be able to function properly while you are on the road traveling around the world. Start exploring how Pro OnCall provides you with the best mobile telecommunication solutions today!