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Many utilities provide employees with mobile devices in order to help them work in the field, at branch offices, and at home. In addition to the device and the monthly cellular service, these devices also require various accessories, like phone cases, screen protectors, and mobile power systems. Energy company spending on such devices increased across the board, according to The NPD Group. How does your firm handle such expenses?

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