Engadget post time: May 09, 2013 at 11:03PM
Aio Wireless, a prepaid subsidiary of AT&T, is launching with a nationwide “unlimited” voice and data service. (As is so often the case, that buzzword comes in quotes because speeds will be throttled once you meet your plan’s data cap.) The three plans range from $35 to $70 per month, and 4G downloads will reportedly top off at 4 Mbps. Customers can either choose from Aio’s modest selection of handsets — including the iPhone 4 and the Lumia 620 — or bring a compatible, unlocked device of their own. The service will kick off in Houston, Orlando and Tampa, with additional markets launching later this year. Head past the break for the full press info.
Source: Aio Wireless
Reference source: Engadget