Amp'd Adds Prepaid Option
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May 31, 2006, 2:09 PM by (staff)
Amp'd will begin offering prepaid service in addition to its post-paid plans. The pay as you go option includes calls, PTT, messaging and data. Calls will cost 10 cents per minute. Text messages will cost 10 cents each and MMS will cost 25 cents each. Unlimited Push To Talk will cost $1 per day. All of Amp'd's content will be available to prepaid users, however they will have to pay a 25% surcharge on top of the prices post-paid subscribers are charged. Users will be able to recharge their accounts in $20, 30, and 50 increments.
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THIS WILL BE A BOOST, VIRGIN TAKEOVER.....................
i see this amp'd pre-paid feature being heavy comp for virgin, and boost in urban areas atleast in my hood.
its about time............my little brother's outta area (because we are in a partners nextel market) boost mobile phones are getting to me.
i see this amp'd pre-paid feature being heavy comp for virgin, an