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Aio Wireless plans cost less and paying just got easier

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Aio Wireless has impressed everyone with their unlimited talk, text, and data wireless plans, but things are about to get better.

Users can now get a $5 account credit per month just by signing up for Auto Pay.

Begining February 4, 2014 and with no annual contract, Aio has these smartphone plans available:

- 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)

These smartphone plans include taxes and fees.

Customers who sign up for Auto Pay on one of Aio's three new plans get a $5 monthly account credit at the end of each billing cycle for as long as they remain enrolled in Auto Pay. A great deal, you have to pay anyway, so why not save $5.

New customers who activate Aio service can get the Samsung Galaxy Amp for $49.99, regular price $129.99; the Samsung Galaxy Express for $199.99, regular price $249.99; or the Samsung Galaxy S4 for $529.99 (normal price is $579.99).

Aio Wireless launched in May 2013 and is available through dealer-owned stores in 21 markets in Florida, Georgia, Texas, California, Ohio, Indiana, Louisiana, Washington, Michigan, and New York. Aio is also available to all U.S. customers online. Go to AioWireless and start saving money.


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