Quite frankly they should be, as T-mobile’s prepaid plans are widely regarded as the best currently available. They’ve put significantly more emphasis on voice, with the inclusion of unlimited talk for all their plans. AT&T has better coverage in the boonies of West Michigan and after all, throttled data is better than no data whatsoever.
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That not only explains their decision to create Aio, a new prepaid carrier, it also explains why the first item on their webpage is a rather obvious request for T-Mobile customers to leave. Unfortunately though, a quick glance downward reveals that the plan is solely for feature phones.
Aio also offers a cheap tablet plan, $15 a month for 250 MB of high speed data, followed by unlimited throttled data. If you live in an area with good T-mobile coverage, their $30 a month, 5GB high speed data plan simply cannot be topped.

Similarly, those who use tons of data will find T-Mobile’s truly unlimited $70 option far better than the 7GB cap offered by Aio at the same price point. If you are a fairly light web user who likes to talk a lot Aio’s 2GB plan will save you $5 a month over the comparable T-Mobile plan.

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