Krista and Todd Schlender at Stettler Mobile Solutions have a variety of skill sets that enable them to help you with communications, electronics and even office supply needs for your business or home.

Krista and Todd Schlender at Stettler Mobile Solutions have a variety of skill sets that enable them to help you with communications, electronics and even office supply needs for your business or home.

Your farm, your business: 5 ways to save time and money!

Multi-faceted Stettler company provides mobile electronics solutions, office supply help and more

As an agriculture family, your farm is also a business. Working with local professionals who understand that business can bring significant savings.

“Maximizing savings on products and services you use regularly – such as communications devices and office supplies – pays off in the long run,” say Krista and Todd Schlender.

Operators of Stettler Mobile Solutions since 2013, the couple are small business and Ag experts who work to save business people money on everything from their commercial cell phone plan and home office equipment to personal electronics.

“We encourage farm families to come in for a coffee and a chat to talk about ways they could potentially save themselves some valuable money and time,” says Krista, a born-and-raised Stettler resident who returned to open the business with Todd.

Here’s 5 ways they can help you:

  1. Your own Apple grad – Having completed her certification, Krista is an Apple Product Professional with hands-on knowledge of the full range of the computer company’s products, from mobile phone solutions to wearables to desktop units. Ask her what’s new in the Apple realm!
  2. Making your home smarter – Stettler Mobile Solutions carries the full range of Google Home and Nest products to help create the kind of Smart Home that can save you time and energy, and provide peace of mind.
  3. Office supplies price matchers – With tens of thousands of products available online through their affiliate company Western Office, you can find virtually anything for your office, from paper, writing and filing products to electronics and furniture. As Todd says, “we help businesses do better business,” and that includes a five-per-cent savings over competitors’ prices on a matching item.
  4. Not happy with your cell provider? – Todd invites you to drop by and chat about service options and benefits for small and medium-sized businesses through Bell. You might be surprised at improvements over your current plan! You can also email your inquiries to
  5. Don’t throw that phone away yet! – If you’ve had a mishap with your mobile phone that led to a cracked screen or other damage, bring it to Stettler Mobile Solutions and they’ll assess the extent of the damage and give you an estimate on repairs.

Watch for 12 Days of Christmas ideas

Stuck for Christmas gift ideas? Follow Stettler Mobile on Facebook and find inspiring ideas, from $5 stocking stuffers to potentially life-changing wearables like an Apple watch that features a fall detector and an ECG monitor.

Check out for more information, or call them at 403-741-2053.

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