Aio Wireless Offering Customers $25 for Referrals
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Jan 22, 2014, 1:09 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Aio Wireless recently began offering customers the chance to earn up to $250 per year by referring friends and family to the prepaid service. Existing customers can submit email addresses to Aio Wireless, which will then send a message to the referrals with an offer to join. If they do,, both the customer and the referral are eligible for $25 (provided they each remain customers for a minimum of 60 days). The existing customer receives the $25 in the form of a service credit. Aio Wireless customers can refer up to 10 people annually. Aio Wireless is owned and operated by AT&T. AT&T has said that it will fold Aio Wireless into Cricket Wireless when it finalizes its acquisition of the prepared carrier, expected later this year.
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