Air Wireless refreshes no-contract offerings

Air Wireless refreshes no-contract offerings

Aio Wireless on Tuesday rolled out new, no-contract service plans for customers. Effective immediately, the three plans range from $40-$60 per month, however all of them include unlimited voice and messaging. In addition to these affordable rate plans, customers who sign up for automatic payments (Auto Pay) can save $5 per month on their wireless bill.

  • Basic Plan: $40 ($35 after Auto Pay credit) unlimited voice/text/data, including 500MB of high speed data (same price as before but double the data)
  • Smart Plan: $50, ($45 after Auto Pay credit) unlimited voice/text/data, including 2.5 GB of high speed data ($5 less/month plus an extra half GB of data)
  • Pro Plan: $60, ($55 after Auto Pay credit) unlimited voice/text/data, including 5 GB of high speed data ($10 less/month with 5 GB of data)

In terms of hardware, Aio is offering new customers some great prices on devices. For instance, the Samsung Galaxy Amp is $49.99 (normally priced at $129.99) while the Samsung Galaxy Express costs $199.99 (normally priced at $249.99). The Samsung Galaxy S4 is also on sale, selling at $529.99 instead of the normal price of $579.99.

Aio Wireless is a subsidiary of AT&T Inc with retail locations in Florida, Georgia, Texas, California, Ohio, Indiana, Louisiana, Washington, Michigan, and New York.

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3 Comments

  1. Dave
    February 04, 12:48 Reply

    Apparently it’s not true yet? I have the basic plan and am autopaying, and it still shows $40 with 256MB data.

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