Prepaid Wireless Tracker -
January 2009 Issue
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Slows, Prepaid Mobile Grows
As the economy slows, demand for
wireless services in
general is decreasing; however, demand for unlimited prepaid plans is
certainly, we should
expect to see significant growth in the next 12 to 18 months.
Reasons to Consider Prepaid Phone Plans
subscribers are on prepaid; that’s materially lower than most
which reach as high as 89 percent.
pricing becomes increasingly more competitive, the reasons to go
prepaid are actually
even more compelling than those listed in this article.
See if you can identify the missing benefits
launches unlimited, prepaid wireless
broadband in all markets
FierceBroadbandWireless, DC -
The service, promoted as a DSL or cable alternative, is distinct not
its low price, but also because it is offered to customers on a prepaid basis.
The market for prepaid broadband is
definitely picking up, as customers see the benefit of competitive
without the need to sign a contract.
Pushes Value Message Even As It Cuts Its Own Costs
Even as Sprint continues to cut costs, it plans on expanding its
service under the Boost brand. This
certainly telling in terms of the value that prepaid is starting to
even the top, non-MVNO wireless carriers.
Prepaid cell phones can offer savings
reports - Dec 15, 2008
It’s simple: Prepaid can save
money. With most
people never using the
allocation of minutes they have on postpaid plans, the flexibility of
having a contract, and paying only for minutes that you use is truly
economy driving customers to Leap, Boost
Dec 9, 2008
Boost to continue with rollout of
nationwide unlimited calling plan to compete with Leap and to meet
growing prepaid market in a weak economy.
What's New at Prepaid-Wireless-Guide.com?
new Ready Mobile $0.05 per min/unit plan
on the per minute comparison chart.
Learn more here.
Prepaid Wi-Fi pages, including a plan
comparison chart. Find
new $25 Cricket unlimited plan
Prepaid Broadband Plans comparison chart
to reflect that Ready Mobile now offers a USB modem.
Find it here.
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