AT&T Announces New Aio Prepaid Wireless Service, iPhone Plans Start at $55/Month

AT&T Announces New Aio Prepaid Wireless Service, iPhone Plans Start at $55/Month

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AT&T has announced Aio, a new prepaid wireless service, that features iPhone 5 plans starting at $55/month.

Aio expects the service to roll out in multiple markets across the U.S. over the next year, with an initial launch today in select stores in Houston, Orlando and Tampa, and with additional stores in these three markets opening in the coming weeks. Store locations and Aio information will be available at www.aiowireless.com. Aio (pronounced "A-O") is a brand name that encapsulates Aio's brand promise: simply, delightfully, more.

"We talked with no-annual-contract customers and created our service around what they want. They want simple, easy plan choices with unlimited offers; first-class service at affordable prices; great devices; nationwide voice and data coverage; and no annual contracts. Today's wireless customers don't want to compromise," said Jennifer Van Buskirk , president of Aio Wireless. "We are set up to win over value-conscious customers who are increasingly moving towards smartphones and mobile broadband."

Aio has three simple rate plans to choose from and devices from a variety of manufacturers, including Samsung, Nokia, ZTE and others. Aio's unlimited talk, text, and data rate plans range from $35 to $70 per month, with pricing varying by market, and will offer 4G download speeds of up to 4Mbs per second. Customers will also have the opportunity to bring a compatible, unlocked device for activation on the Aio network.

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AT&T Announces New Aio Prepaid Wireless Service, iPhone Plans Start at $55/Month
Karen - May 10, 2013 at 4:24pm
Are they gonna make us upgrade our iPhones
NM - May 10, 2013 at 11:20am
Haha he said sprint!
Juan leche - May 9, 2013 at 6:18pm
ur happy with sprint ? Whoa first customer I ever met who's happy with sprint. Maybe u don't have an iPhone ? nobody seems to make their iPhones work on sprint way too slow Service
iCrunch - May 9, 2013 at 5:37pm
4Mbps...lol...no, thanks! Then again, not too long ago, those were desirable speeds. I'm used to ten times that amount now, though.
DavidG - May 9, 2013 at 5:04pm
This can be a good thing maybe.
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