Disclosure: This is a sponsored post with Aio Wireless however, all opinions expressed are our own.
Remember when the only way to talk to your friends after school was to wait until mom was off the phone with abuela and conversations could be overheard by anyone in the house because the only phone was in the living room or the other phone was constantly being picked up by your mom trying to make another call? Technology has certainly come a long way. Our tweens have more ways to communicate than any generation before them. And we have more challenges than ever before.
A question we often hear from other parents is which cell phone carrier is right for their tween. While we don’t believe there is one right or wrong answer to this question, we believe that every parent should answer these questions when exploring a cell phone carrier:
- What can our family realistically afford to pay per month for our tween’s cell phone?
- What type of cell phone does my tween need and how much am I willing to spend on one?
- Do I want my tween to be able to text and surf the web?
- Do I want to sign a contract? What happens if I change my mind and no longer want my tween having a cell phone?
Once you answer these questions, the research phase begins. With our tweens turning 12 soon, our research phase has begun!
That’s why we were interested in hearing about the new Aio Wireless. Aio says it’s separating itself from the competition by offering great customer service, a large portfolio of popular devices, unlimited plans and access to the nation’s largest cellular network at a great price.
Cristy and I perked up when we heard that all of their plans have unlimited talk, text and data. Plus, there is no annual contract. We can appreciate this since the idea of paying outrageous fees when our tweens inevitably go over the talk, text and data limits is a scary thought.
With Aio’s plans ranging between $40 to $70 per month, with taxes and fees included, it’s certainly a cell phone carrier that is worth exploring.
Visit Aio Wireless’ web site to learn more.