AT&T launched the Aio (All in one) Wireless prepaid service last month and the company has rolled out necessary updates through customer. This would allow subscribers to use their SIM cards on a 4G-capable handsets and start accessing LTE connectivity. For this purpose, AT&T has unveiled its first LTE-capable handset for subscribers of Aio Wireless.
The ZTE Overture is an entry-level handset with 4” LCD display, a couple of 5Mp front/rear-facing cameras and microSD card slot. Users will get the buttery smooth experience, time saving notifications and Google Now’s timely information of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS.
AT&T started the Aio service in Florida and Texas. Subscribers can choose between three plans, each offering unlimited data access, text messaging and voice call. Users get specific amount of LTE data from each tier of the plan and they’ll be throttled back to slower data speeds.