Alltel Launches National Prepaid Service
Jan 30, 2003, 2:44 PM by (staff)
Alltel today announced Simple Freedom, a new pay-as-you-go national digital wireless service. The starter package, available exclusively at Wal-Mart stores, is priced at $68.74 and includes a Nokia handset and $10 of airtime. Calls on the Simple Freedom network cost 25 cents per minute, including long-distance. The pay-as-you-go service does not require a contract and customers do not receive a bill. Additional airtime minutes can be purchased at participating Wal-Mart locations or online.
T-Mobile to Give Away Free Line of Service
T-Mobile today said most customers who have a service plan with two or more lines can snag another line for free. T-Mobile says this free line can be used for a phone, tablet, watch, or mobile hotspot.
AT&T Replacing Alltel Brand with Its Own Across Georgia
AT&T today said beginning Dec. 10 all Alltel stores and services across Georgia will be rebranded under the AT&T name.
T-Mobile Giving Away Galaxy On5, J7 to Families
T-Mobile is kicking off a new promotion that will let family plan subscribers score a free Samsung smartphone. The free phones are tied to specific service plans.
Madstar Mobile Latest Sprint MVNO Looking to Disrupt
Madstar Mobile today announced itself as "the newest national wireless carrier." The MVNO resells access to Sprint's 3G/4G networks and claims to offer the benefits of postpaid and prepaid services at the same time. It bills for service on a postpaid basis, but it doesn't require credit checks, deposits, or contracts.