Amp'd Mobile Soft-Launches
I think they are gonna make it
I was talkin to the customer service lady and she was sayin that the mobile 2 mobile will be changing once the customer base gets up a lil bit to the m2m that we know of. They picked the model they are using now because it didn't really make sense to offer it because there are gonna be few customers in the beginning but I was assured that it will going to the proper model once they have a decent customer base. She was also saying that they are in negotiations with VZW to offer them as part of their m2m.
Hum.. no disrespect to the doomsayers, but..
So some peeps are interested, I guess.
Also consider that the competition in pre-pay ain't all that good. Virgin's the standout success there, an' only 'cus of marketing an' simplicity, really.. their rates are sure not all that. So measurin' Amp'd fo' a coffin on the first day of launch is pretty premature.
Site's very clean, very hip. The Jet phone seems very cool, tho' I do not trust Kyocera in general an' obviously they need to have a lot mo' phone choices available soon. The RAZR would seem to be a ...
Hum.. no disrepect to all the doomsayers, but Amp'd seems to be attractin' a lot of attention. I've tried several times to get into their site, can't even 'cus apparently the traffic's too heavy.
So some peeps
$29.99 for 250 isn't bad at all.
Now, now... let's not get all hung up on the extras. Comparing to the competition over at Verizon, they don't even offer a sub $30 plan that I can see in the current brochures which is a sweet spot for some folks, at
The m2m part will lose a large % of customers.
That is a terrible way to bring in the customers by using your mobile to mobile minutes UNTIL you run out of your anytime minutes!
Especially when the number of people you can currently call for free...
And I was anticipating amp'd, why?
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HOW DARE THEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'll bet it doesnt make it a year.