It hasn’t been long since AT&T brought over LTE and HSPA+ support for the GoPhone brand. Aio wireless prepaid brand announced today that it is adding LTE support. Aio will send an OTA update to customers’ SIMs that will enable LTE support on their devices. The move is good for those who want to use high-speed data on their mobile devices without having to stick with a two year contract.

Aio also announced that it will be offering the ZTE Overture device to its customers from next month. The 4 inch display touting smartphone runs Android Jelly Bean, has a 5 megapixel camera, expandable memory up to 32GB and supports LTE. There’s also a front facing camera on the Overture for video chat. Customers can choose between plans ranging from $35 to $70 per month which includes all fees and taxes. These plans will also include a pre-established amount of 4G LTE data access. AT&T’s 4G LTE network is one of the biggest networks in U.S.A, though Verizon covers the most markets under its 4G LTE net. AT&T continues to add more markets every month.

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