Airvoice Wireless Review

The first thing that you will notice about Airvoice Wireless is that there are no service contracts. That means you and your family are not locked into a service plan for years. In the event that you find the service unacceptable, you can simply not renew next month. This puts all the power back into your hands. The other benefit to the no contract plans are you do not have to go through a credit check either. Many of the big carriers run a credit check on you and then charge a hefty upfront fee before they will allow you to access their service. Airvoice Wireless does not deal with any of that nonsense. The next thing you will notice when it comes to Airvoice Wireless is that you can choose you service monthly plan. There are several inexpensive monthly plans that you can choose from dependent on how much you use your phone. Most plans have unlimited minutes and text messages, and allow you to choose how much data you will be needing each month. If you only need a small amount of data in your plan, you could be spending a fraction of what the same service would cost you at the big phone companies. The other benefit to working with Airvoice Wireless is that you are getting the exact same service you would had you spent triple or more for the plans. If you have children or an elderly parent who you would like to purchase a phone contract for, this is the ideal company to work with. Airvoice Wireless will give your family members top quality service and save you a fortune in fees each month. You can keep the contracts going for as long or as little as you like. This is a huge benefit when you have children.]]>

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  1. Ike Denvers on March 9, 2014 at 4:32 am

    The reviews and news from this website are indeed welcome but this article really says nothing about what makes Air Voice unique like it’s high quality US based customer service or the fact that it’s on the Att prepaid network. Or that it is an independent mvno owned and operated like a family business. This article is well written technically but basically doesn’t say much as it is so general and could be talking about ANY prepaid wireless company. And yes, one does save money but prepaid/mvnos are a tradeoff. Often, there is no roaming included or it is added on at additional cost. Plus many newer mvnos are at high risk of business failure Prepayd, a up and coming Sprint mvno went out of business leaving 100,000 users stranded. If it can happen to them (in existence three years), you can bet it can happen to smaller , newer and weaker mvnos/prepaid carriers. Air voice is also an old guard mvno , having been around since 1999. I would say that they will outlive most of the new ones as time goes by.

  2. Ike Denvers on March 9, 2014 at 4:36 am

    But at least you’re finally listing Air Voice, a significant omission when there are many lesser and even dead mvnos still listed. What took so long? But glad to see them in the mix.