Aio Wireless now offering $50 Samsung Galaxy Amp
Aio Wireless on Friday announced that the no-contract carrier is now offering Samsung smartphones at discounted pricing. Available now through March 13, customers can pick up the Galaxy Amp for only $50. Normally priced at $129, it’s quite the bargain, indeed. The Galaxy Express, which typically sells for $249.99 is offered at $199.99; the Galaxy S4 is $529.99 instead of $579.99.
Aio has also started a new Refer-A-Friend Program which lets customers earn $25 for each new customer referred to the carrier. What’s more, the new customer gets $25 toward their account as well.
Aio Wireless™ Launches Samsung Galaxy Sale with Smartphones Starting at $49.99
Alpharetta, GA – January 24, 2014 – Aio announced today a sale on devices featuring Samsung Galaxy smartphones starting at $49.99.
Until March 13, new customers activating* Aio service can get the Samsung Galaxy AmpTM for $49.99 (normally priced at $129.99); theSamsung Galaxy ExpressTM for $199.99 (normally priced at $249.99); or the Samsung Galaxy S®4 for 529.99 (normally priced at $579.99). These devices, combined with Aio’s first-class service on a reliable 4G nationwide network, are now available with no-annual contract through dealer-owned Aio Wireless stores as well as online to all U.S. customers.
Aio customers may also choose from a wide selection of smartphones, tablets, and feature phones from ZTE, Samsung, Nokia, and others. Customers may 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.
Aio customers may also now take advantage of Aio’s newly launched Refer-A-Friend Program,** which will reward $25 in Referral Rewards to each new qualifying customer recommended by an existing Aio customer. In addition, qualifying existing Aio customers will also receive $25 in Referral Rewards for each successful referral that comes to Aio.
Aio makes wireless easy with a friendly in-store and online experience and three simple plans from which 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, taxes and fees included.
“We are thrilled to offer this Samsung Galaxy smartphone sale as we kick off the New Year,” said Andy Smoak, head of Product and Marketing. “Now it’s more affordable than ever to get a Samsung Galaxy smartphone with prices starting at $49.99 for new activations running on our reliable 4G nationwide network,” he added.
*Limited time offer; while supplies last. New activation on a $55 or $70 Smartphone Plan required. $25 activation fee may apply. Limit one per customer. Not valid with any other offer. Terms and Conditions of Service, Unreasonable Use Policy, and restrictions apply. Coverage not available everywhere. Learn more at www.aiowireless.com.
**Refer-A-Friend Program: Activation of qualified service and redemption of Referral Code required within 30 days of referral. Referee and Referrer must remain active for 60 days after redemption and be active at time Referral Rewards are processed. $25 Referral Rewards are service credits awarded to customer’s Aio account. Cannot be redeemed for cash or any cash equivalent and are non-transferable. Annual $250 Referral Reward Cap based upon Referrer’s activation date. Restrictions apply. Program subject to Refer-A-Friend Terms & Conditions.
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