Aio Wireless, the new budget brand owned by AT&T Mobility, has announced that its subscribers will be granted access to AT&T’s 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network. The company says that it has made the transition to LTE easy for its customers by sending them free over-the-air software that has automatically upgraded their SIM cards so they can experience 4G speeds when using an LTE-enabled device. AT&T notes that Aio is targeted at ‘value-conscious connected consumers who want it all’, and the brand offers three simple plans, ranging from USD35 to USD70 per month, including all taxes and fees. Each plan includes unlimited voice calls, SMS and data, with a pre-established amount of 4G LTE data access.
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