Cable & Telecom

‘Wireless Wolf’ hunts down over $1M in savings

TORONTO – ‘Wireless Wolf’, an on-line service that tracks the usage of orporate wireless phones, says it has saved customers more than $1 million since launching a year ago.Owned by Quartet Service Inc., an IT outsourcing firm that supports its clients' Internet, telephony and data services, Wireless Wolf also sources the wireless plan best suited to its clients. "On average, we're saving clients between $3,500 and $6,000 per month on their wireless bills," said president and CEO Robert Bracey in a statement. "Let's face it - poring over the reams of complicated bills from carriers is tedious and unproductive. The Wireless Wolf pulls invoices from all...