Why Rent Two-Way Radios?
For the first time ever, you’re in charge of the 30 volunteers working your semiannual cross-country club event. With one week to go, you’re wondering how you’ll be able to communicate with them all, spread out across a 150-acre course- not to mention trying to pay for expensive communication devices on a limited budget.
A security firm has just landed a lucrative contract at several convention centers spread across the United States, but needs a way to share important information with any or all of its officers at a moment’s notice.
The answer to all of these scenarios? Two-way radio rental.
One of the biggest financial drains on any company is its investment in equipment that depreciates or becomes obsolete within the space of 3-5 years, regardless of the amount of money thrown at said assets.
With regard to communication equipment, some items- such as phones, computers and paging systems- must be purchased for use on a permanent basis. But unless Purchasing can reinvent the wheel, these purchases still represent money down the drain.
In addition, how does a company address business-driven fluctuations in staff, and the resultant security, safety, and customer service issues? Purchasing communication equipment that will be used for one week, then set aside for months afterward- only to be misplaced, damaged or stolen before it can be used again- is an expensive way to run a business.
There are few things more vital to an organization’s well-being and security than effective and efficient communication. Schools, public safety agencies, hospitals, the agriculture industry, stores, construction sites, and airports are only a few of the many entities that rely on rapid communication for the very existence.
Given the unstable state of the economy, equipment rental has become the best of all possible solutions for companies with shrinking budgets.
- State-of-the-art equipment.
- Small to large area coverage options
- Multiple channel/frequency options
- Calibration of frequencies to match your existing equipment.
- Local and/or coast-to-coast capability, depending on your business needs.
- Temporary repeater installation in buildings where dead spots normally occur.
- Zero maintenance cost.
Two-way radio has come a long way since its first use by police departments in the early 1930’s. In equal measure, the more recent transition from analog to digital signal represents a quantum leap forward in features, capability and efficiency.
In much the same way, two-way radio rental offers businesses and individuals’ substantial savings in money, time and resources that equipment ownership never will.