Amp'd Mobile launched in the U.S.

Posted on Monday, December 19 2005 @ 0:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Amp'd has officially launched in the U.S., Mobileburn reports.

This is a new mobile virtual network operator that focuses at the youth market, it uses Verizon's EVDO network and is available in must big U.S. cities.
The MVNO has launched with just the one handset for now, the Kyocera Jet, with the Motorola E815 (which it calls the 'Hollywood') on the way in early 2006. Amp'd has also announced that it will receive funding and content from MTV and MTV's parent company, Viacom.
Amp'd's plans are available for as little as $29.99 up to $199.99 for people needing unlimited voice/data/push-to-talk. All plans (except the unlimited one) include PTT for $0.99 a day and three months free trial of Amp'd's data services.

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