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Aio Wireless Takes a Page from Sprint's 'Framily' Plans

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Apr 16, 2014, 11:58 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Aio Wireless, which is owned and operated by AT&T, today announced new service plans that offer increasing discounts for adding lines to a single account. The Group Save plans are available today to accounts with two to five lines of service. According to Aio Wireless, a two-line account will pay full price for the first line and then receive a $10 discount on the second line. A three-line account will receive a $10 discount for the second line and a $20 discount for the third line. Four- and five line accounts will receive a $10 discount on the first line, a $20 discount on the second line, and a $30 discount on the fourth (and fifth) lines. The idea is similar to that of Sprint's Framily Plans, which offer increasing per-line discounts the more lines are added to a single account. AT&T is in the process of acquiring prepaid provider Cricket Wireless. The Aio Wireless brand will eventually be retired in favor of Cricket Wireless.


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Apr 16, 2014, 2:05 PM

This isn't at all like framily

Framily is a referral program with a shared discount over many accounts. This isn't. Its actually exactly like Unlimited, My Way from Sprint where line one pays full price, line two one the same account receives a $10 discount, line 3 receives a $20 discount, etc.
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