GEICO Uses Windows Phone 7 to Connect With Customers and Employees

Auto insurance provider GEICO provides coverage to more than 10 million people in the United States, and now it’s using Windows Phone 7 to connect with them. GEICO now supports Windows Phone 7 as a corporate smartphone for its employees, and has also created a Windows Phone 7 application called GEICO GloveBox that allows customers to pay bills, obtain policy ID information, and receive help in tough situations such as getting in a car accident or changing a flat tire.

GloveBox mobile app gives customers access to account information, roadside help and a variety of resources on the go.

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