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Pros & Cons of Employee vs Corporate Mobile Phone Policy
Pros of corporate cell phone policy:
Increased cost control – the company chooses devices, plans, and features.
Easier to enforce employer use policies.
Ownership of employees’ corporate mobile phone numbers.
Facilitates support due to standardization of equipment and plans.
leverage in contract negotiations
with carriers, like AT&T, Sprint & Verizon.
Facilitates cost control by standardizing carriers to take advantage of on-net calling and lower data usage.
Tax deductible to company.
Cons of corporate mobile phone policy:
Requires more internal management and administration, and the costs related to those items.
Pros for employee cell phone policy:
Fixed, predictable known expense.
Less internal management and administration costs.
Allows employees the freedom to acquire devices, mobile phone plans, features, and carriers of their choice.
Cons for employee mobile phone policy:
Employees can’t take advantage of corporate buying power.
Company still faces additional costs when employees’ business use exceeds stipend amount. There are more
reasons to avoid the stipend model
Employee retains wireless business mobile phone number, device, and contents (including contact lists, company documents, etc.) when they leave company.
Increased security risks.
More difficult to enforce corporate use policies.
Still requires IT support.
Company still faces liability for employee misuse.
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