Finally a mobile provider that is changing to keep up with the social and financial evolution of mobile devices! Zact debuted itself today as the “first smart mobile provider” unlike any other existing company right now. The mobile providers of today, while many having the clout and experience of age, simply have not done much to keep up with the developing nature of their own industry. Most providers offer various different usage plans including the three words everybody dreads hearing when shopping for a provider, two year contract. The problem with these is that they’re binding the customer in an agreement that may not be technologically relevant by the time it ends.
You’re In Control!
How hard would you be kicking yourself if you signed a two-year contract with Verizon a week before they introduced support for 4G LTE? Inversely some other companies offer a flat rate, like T Mobile’s $50 flat rate unlimited plan. The problem here however is that you may wind up paying for minute’s you’ll never use! Zact offers a pleasant middle ground for customers to pay as they go. You can allow different usage limits for minutes, texts, and data respectively from an extremely user-friendly app in the device, showing you the limit you have selected atop the corresponding price. If you reach that limit, you can easily allow more usage literally from the palm of your hand! However, this doesn’t mean that your kids are going to run up the bill by forgetting that their device is a phone and sending over 3,000 texts a month instead. There are parental control options to allow different and specific usage plans for your children and for example, will not be charged for the 500 minutes you allotted them if they only used 50. And if you are always busy in the business world, you may not have time to text but use your device as your primary line and GPS. You can customize your plan to allow for more minutes and data but will never have to worry about running out, simply taking a second to add more.
You can begin preordering devices from Zact today, however it shouldn’t take long as the only ones supported at LG’s Viper 4G LTE and Optimus. They cost $499 and $199 respectively and both are comparably low tech to some of the newer and more capable phones of today. Zact plans to diversify its catalogue of devices in the future, and that plan’s fruition could be just the game-changing upturn the mobile industry needs to get out of this rut of people choosing a provider based on good but necessary customer service, not good affordable service to accommodate the customer.