MultiLine slices school’s mobile costs in half

Farmington Public Schools in Connecticut is an award-winning school district. But awards don’t necessarily translate to funding, and like many public schools, the district found its budget shrinking. Paying for mobile phones for its faculty and staff was becoming cost prohibitive.

But parents value an open line of communication with teachers. It was important to maintain that open line.

The solution to this problem: Sprint MultiLine. It allowed the district to add school-owned lines and phone numbers to the staff’s own personal phones — no matter which mobile service provider the employee used — instead of providing each employee with a school phone.

With MultiLine, it was like carrying two phones in one. The solution was a big hit with employees and administrators. See why in this case study.