AIO Starts Group Save, A Framily Plan Like Savings For Customers

Keeping the savings all in the framily is something that customers of AIO wireless will soon be able to take advantage of. AIO is changing up their plans just a little bit, or rather just adding in some new savings for customers that allows them to save money for the more people they have on the account. It works in a similar way to the Sprint Framily savings deals, which saves customers a certain amount of money off for every line they have added into the Framily, up to a total of $30 off per line. The AIO version of the savings instead just gives customers a certain amount based off of the number of people that are on the plan. It sounds confusing, and it can be, but it's actually pretty simple and straightforward.

The Framily Plan savings at Sprint gives you $5 off for every line you have added into the Framily, and equals up to a per line savings with a maximum amount of $30 per line. The AIO Group Save plan as they're calling it, just gives the customer a set amount off for the number of lines they have on the plan. So if you have 1 line on the plan you get a $0 savings, but once you bump up to 2 lines you get $10 off, and it continues on until you reach 5 lines.

As stated above you get $0 off for having 1 line. 2 lines gets you a $10 savings, 3 lines gets you a $30 savings, 4 lines gets you a $60 savings, and maxing out the plan with 5 lines gets you a $90 savings total. So the savings here is obviously meant to offer a similar type of deal as Sprint, but AIO wireless is primarily a prepaid service so the plans themselves will obviously be a little different. The savings on the other hand is to the point, stating that if you have this many lines you will save this much total on the plan, instead of breaking things up into a per line savings. According to AIO if your plan is not delinquent in any way, you'll automatically begin getting the savings on the plans if you have more than one line.

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