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The AT&T Subsidiary AIO Wireless is now available for all United States customers, earlier than the previously announced "mid-September" launch date.
AT&T has announced that its no-contract wireless phone subsidiary Aio Wireless will be available all over the U.S. in mid-September, which will bring the cheap Nokia Lumia 620 to a wider audience.
Aio Wireless has lowered the price of its no contract Nokia Lumia 620 to just $99.99 in the US markets where the wireless carrier is currently available, down from its previous $179.99.
The Nokia Lumia 620, a budget Windows Phone 8 smartphone, has now launched in the US via the new AT&T subsidiary Aio Wireless in three cities: Houston, Orlando, and Tampa.