What would you do with a Petabyte of mobile data? You’d probably never, ever go over your limit. To quickly put it in perspective a Petabyte is 1,000,000 Gigabytes, that’s about 20,000 times more than my current data allowance.. That’s what EE is offering to businesses in their latest 4G mobile data plan which also happens to be the largest data plan in the world.
EE has recently unveiled it’s latest range of data plans targeted at businesses who send vast amounts of files on the go. These ‘Super Bundles’ have no expiry date, no contract period, and no sharer fees. Available in 50TB, 100TB, 200TB, 500TB and 1PB these data plans are amongst the largest in the world.
“EE’s ground-breaking tariffs position it to capitalise on the huge increase in demand for data services expected from 4G enterprise consumers in the UK,” said Kester Mann, senior analyst at CCS Insight. “These vast data allowances will provide businesses with an important competitive edge through increased productivity and cost savings. Further, their greater flexibility will suit many companies that regularly see fluctuations in data usage among the workforce.”
If you’re wondering exactly who could benefit from such a vast amount of data, one example EE have provided is; film crews on The Avengers sequel could upload rushes to the editing suite over 4G when it begins filming in the UK next year. If you’re also wondering what exactly a Petabyte of data could send, here’s a few examples:
- 500 billion pages of standard printed text.
- 1 billion Microsoft Powerpoint documents (40 slides each).
- 13 years of HD video streaming.
- 250,000 downloads of Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise.
- 10.2 million downloads of the Financial Times mobile app.
That’s a freaking load of data.
If you’re a business owner who uses a lot of mobile data sending and receiving files, it may be worth taking a quick nosey at EE’s Super Bundle pricing.