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AT&T’s Aio Wireless prepaid brand gets LTE

It definitely came as a bit of surprise last week when AT&T GoPhone announced the availability of LTE. Since LTE is a new and premium service, it’s assumed that carriers would reserve it for their postpaid customers. Verizon has certainly done this, saying in no uncertain terms that 3G is for prepaid. But AT&T didn’t stop with its own branded prepaid service. Last week we learned that they will also offer LTE on its Aio Wireless prepaid brand. This is a company-owned brand, much like T-Mobile owns GoSmart Wireless. Aio will offer LTE along with a new handset, the ZTE Overture, a 4-inch device that runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. More information, including available markets, is available on AioWireless.com.

Via Engadget.