After its "soft launch" on December 15, 2005, the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), targeting the youth market - Amp'd Mobile announced its nationwide availability with new rate plans and two additional handsets. As phonearena.com informed last month, Amp'd Mobile plans to offer only EV-DO capable handsets, using the Verizon Wireless's CDMA EV-DO network. In addition to the already launched black Kyocera Jet, which is offered for $99, now a white version of the handset, called Angel is also available for $119 with a special launch package that includes three months of free data, 128MB memory card, extended life battery and stereo headset. In the first quarter of the 2006, a modified version of the Motorola E815, dubbed Hollywood is expected to be added to the lineup of products, but the price is still not known. The rate plans vary from $29.99 for 250 minutes to $199.99 for unlimited voice, data and PTT usage plus a free phone. Push-to-talk service can be added for $14.99 per month for unlimited usage, or pay as you go for just $0.99 per day. Downloads, including videos and music are free for the first 3 months, afterwards they will cost extra - $0.30 per MB or unlimited MB Package for $19.99 a month. Dual music downloads both to the phone and PC are also possible for the price of $0.99.
Source: Amp'd Mobile