Aio Wireless now officially operates nationwide, offers abundance of prepaid services
Last week we shared the announcement made by the subsidiary of AT&T company, Aio Wireless that it will be providing services on the whole territory of the States. The carrier is providing an encouraging campaign for its customers to sign up for its services until 29th of September and they will get third month subscription for free. The young company is providing rich abundance of services and aims to enrich its products to meet customers’ expectations, like 4G LTE service etc. Aio offers three options or phone plans for its customers. They can choose to include in their program unlimited talk time, date and text exchange.
The most basic monthly plan by the carrier costs $40. Users will have 250MB of high-speed date. It is obviously for internet users only. Customers that want a mobile plan can choose the $55 program. It includes 2GB high-speed data. A bit more expensive is the $70 plan that brings 7GB of high-speed date. The tablet users can take advantage from the $15 program that comes along with 250MB of high-speed data. Another option is a monthly payment of $10 that will assure you with 1GB high-speed data.
Aio carriers offer several devices, including smartphones and dumbphones. Customers can buy Samsung Denim flip phone for example for only $29.99. Another decent device provided by the company is Nokia Lumia 620 for the costs of $99.99. There are also some high-end smartphones, like Samsung Galaxy S4 for $579.99 and the Apple iPhone 5 the 16GB variant at price of $649.99.
Aio offers tablets as well, like the ZTE Veloz with 7-inches display. Those of you who just want to use the services of the carrier can buy a SIM card for Aio for the price of $9.99. The young carrier has begun to offer services in the mobile world since March 2013 on few markets in the US. The company is growing fast and now is ready to operate nationwide. Customers of Aio can use the LTE network of one of the biggest mobile operators in the States, AT&T.
Source: Aio Wireless