What does a Virtual Office has to do with the latest AT&T / T-Mobile deal?
Some business decisions are bigger than others, and none come close this year to the March 20, 2011 bombshell that is shaking the telecom industry. Atlanta-based AT&T, the second largest wireless communications provider in the United States, announced its intention to purchase Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile USA for a cool $39 billion, which would make it the largest wireless network in the U.S.
AT&T and T-Mobile stocks unsurprisingly rose immediately, and shares in Sprint and Verizon Wireless declined. Such is the nature of mega-deals, but there's a lot of jockeying yet to come: regulatory agencies will have to approve the acquistion and some consumer groups object. Neither Verizon nor Sprint will sit idly by doing nothing. Nonetheless, look for this to happen within the year.
Other business decisions are a lot less front page newsworthy. For instance, the Wall Street Journal may not announce it, but the decision to open a virtual office may be just the additional boost small business owners need to advance their bottom line. Acquiring a virtual office, perhaps in Atlanta, AT&T's home, a city that also boasts the world headquarters of Coca-Cola, Turner Broadcasting, Delta Air Lines, The Home Depot, and UPS, can immediately enhance a small business's clout and credibility.
For a remarkably low cost, a virtual office is a valuable resource for small business owners to become competitive in a larger market; with a prestigious corporate mailing address in the city of their choice; Atlanta being a great location for consideration. Phone, fax, voicemail, email, and mailing are part of the cost effective services, and live, highly-trained receptionists handle client calls professionally.
The stock market may not turn bullish the day you acquire a virtual office, but your own financials may very well skyrocket. Go to Opus Virtual Offices website to learn more about how this program can benefit your business.