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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 it will begin selling the lower end Lumia 520 on it's prepaid service (GoPhone) for $99, which incidentally undercuts T-Mobile's offering of the 521 by fifty bucks at $149.
Borrowing a page from phone companies, America Online has begun selling prepaid Internet access cards at certain retail stores. Earlier this month, Target retail stores started selling AOL "starter kits," which include an AOL CD-ROM...