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Aio Wireless to offer nationwide prepaid cellular service in September

Michael Gorman, @Numeson
August 29, 2013
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Color-based lawsuits aside, things appear to be going well for Aio Wireless, as the company will begin offering cellular service to the entire U.S. by mid-September. To this point, AT&T-owned Aio was only an option for folks living in Texas, Florida or Atlanta, Georgia, but now the rest of us will soon be able to get in on its prepaid plans. All plans provide unlimited talk, text and data, but they range from $40-70 depending upon how much of the speedy secondhand AT&T LTE you want to use. So, if you're a GoPhone user looking to stick with AT&T's network, but don't like the recent changes to its prepaid data plans, Aio may be just what you're looking for.

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Aio Wireless™ Available Soon for All U.S. Customers
Starting mid-September all U.S. customers will be able to purchase first-class, no-contract wireless from Aio online

Plus, new Aio customers who activate service by Sept. 29, 2013, can get their third month of service free**

ALPHARETTA, Ga., Aug. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Aio Wireless' first-class service with no annual contract is scheduled to be available online (www.aiowireless.com) to all U.S. customers starting in mid-September. Aio is currently available to customers in markets in Florida, Texas and the Metro-Atlanta area through over 200 dealer-owned Aio stores and through the Aio website. Also customers in the Chicago area can currently activate Aio service online.

Additionally, new customers who activate service in stores or online by September 29, 2013 will be able to participate in Aio's special Fall promotion and get their third month of service free (conditions apply**).

"We invite customers across the country to switch to Aio and experience our first class service with no annual contracts," said Jennifer Van Buskirk, president of Aio Wireless. "We want to make it easy for consumers almost anywhere in the US to get great value in their wireless service, with the network coverage and experience they deserve, and devices they can be proud to own."

Aio makes wireless easy with a friendly in-store and online experience and three simple plans to choose from. All three plans include unlimited talk, text, and data-with a pre-established amount of high-speed access, including 4G LTE. Plans range from $40 to $70 per month, with taxes and fees included.

Aio customers may choose from a selection of smartphones, tablets, and feature phones from Samsung, Nokia, ZTE, and others. Customers may also bring a device they love to an Aio store for activation on the Aio network or activate online at www.aiowireless.com. Or, they may bring a qualifying wireless phone to an Aio store to trade-in for a credit* towards an upgraded phone or accessory.

For more information visit www.aiowireless.com, www.facebook.com/aiowireless and www.twitter.com/aiowireless.

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