Visage Mobile Announces Outrageous Overages Contest

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Contest Search for the Most Outrageous Abuses of a Company Mobile Device with Prizes Including an Apple iPad

Visage Mobile today announced its "Outrageous Overages" contest to find the strangest and most outrageous employee cell phone abuse stories. Unbelievable roaming charges, thousands spent on SMS texts, 411 and ringtone downloads, Visage Mobile wants to hear all about employee abuse of company mobile phones.

Tell Visage Mobile about the biggest abuse of a business cell phone you’ve seen. Don’t worry, you will not be asked to name your company nor will we publicize any information about you – only the grievance will be made public.

Prizes will be awarded to the three most outrageous overage stories.
First place – Apple iPad
Second place – Ooma phone
Third place – $100 Amazon gift card

Anyone at a US business responsible for managing employee cell phone payments as part of a corporate mobility program.

Contest opens – Tuesday, April 6th
Deadline for entries – Thursday, May 6th
Finalists announced – Friday, May 7th
Online voting on finalists – Friday, May 7th – Friday, May 14th
Winners announced – Thursday, May 20th

To enter, or for more information, please visit the Visage Mobile contest site.

About Visage Mobile
Visage Mobile enables companies to take control of their mobility budget and inventory. Its flagship product, MobilityCentral, is a web-based application capable of quickly analyzing data from thousands of employees across multiple carriers. Its customizable reports and actionable metrics are displayed in user-friendly graphs, giving companies unprecedented insight into their mobile activity. From group creation and budgeting to policy and inventory management, MobilityCentral provides critical information enterprises need to get the most out of their mobile technology. Founded in 2008, Visage Mobile can be found online at and is based in San Francisco.


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