Aio Wireless

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Aio Wireless LLC
Subsidiary
Industry
  • Wireless Telecommunications
Fate Merged with Cricket Communications now Cricket Wireless LLC
Founded 2013
Defunct 2014
Headquarters
Area served
  • United States
Key people
Jennifer Van Buskirk (President)
Cheryl Choy (Head of Network)
Products
  • Mobile phones, Tablets, Mobile broadband devices
Services
Parent AT&T Inc.
Website aiowireless.com

Aio Wireless (pronounced /./ "A-O" Wireless) was a prepaid wireless service provider in the United States, wholly owned subsidiary of AT&T Inc. Aio Wireless offered its services using AT&T Mobility's nationwide GSM, HSPA+, and LTE wireless networks. Data plans offer a maximum download speed of 8 Mbit/s using LTE, and 4 Mbit/s using HSPA+ .[1] In May 2014, Aio Wireless merged with Cricket Wireless, due to the acquisition deal by AT&T and Leap Wireless (parent of Cricket Wireless). AT&T, Aio and Cricket later announced that the New Cricket would work on Aio's current wireless network which uses AT&T's network. Cricket's existing network will be converted from CDMA to GSM and merged into the AT&T nationwide network. Cricket will stop offering CDMA devices as early as March 2015 and began selling GSM devices on May 18, 2014.

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