Aio Wireless to Reach All U.S. Customers September 15
Aio Wireless, which is owned and operated by AT&T, today announced that its prepaid service will be available across AT&T's entire footprint beginning September 15. Aio launched earlier this year and is already available in Florida, Texas, and the Atlanta metropolitan area. In addition to its expanded availability, Aio is running a promotion through September 29 that will give new customers their third month of service for free. Aio offers a handful of phones and tablets, and service plans start at $40 per month. Aio Wireless does not require contracts.
MetroPCS to Sell the iPhone
T-Mobile's prepaid brand, MetroPCS, today said it will soon sell the entire range of iPhones from Apple. MetroPCS plans to kick off iPhone sales at select stores in Florida on July 1, but will expand to all stores around the nation soon.
MetroPCS Opens Up iPhone Sales Nationwide
T-Mobile's prepaid brand, MetroPCS, is now selling the entire range of Apple iPhones at more than 5,000 of its stores around the country. The prepaid carrier first tested iPhone sales at a limited number of stores in Florida.
AT&T Folds Aio Wireless Into Cricket, Launches Anew
AT&T today discontinued its Aio Wireless brand and merged the service with Cricket Wireless, which it acquired earlier this year. Today marks the official launch of the new Cricket Wireless, which now reaches nationwide with a better selection of smartphones.
Cricket Offering Lumia 630 for Free and Other Deals
Cricket Wireless, which is owned by AT&T, today announced the availability of the Nokia Lumia 630 smartphone. The 630, which is a variant of the Lumia 635 (being sold by T-Mobile and MetroPCS), will reach Cricket stores on July 11.
WE ARE NOT AT&T!!! No Really....
Seriously, how bad is your company when you want people to think your someone else?
Well, Mr. &T, you may want to start your next corporate branding strategy session by brainstorming a few ideas to foster a new sense of UnEvil....then maybe stop coming up with new and innovative ways to screw your customers.
So I guess Virgin Mobile was copying Verizon by your point-of-view, right? I mean, they're both red, so naturally they wanted people to think they were Verizon... I actuall...