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May 02, 2012

PrepaYd Wireless' New Y Plans' Feature Cheap, Unlimited 4G Coverage

Wholly-owned subsidiary of PrepaYd Inc., PrepaYd Wireless announced today the introduction of its new "Y Plans."

These no-contract unlimited plans start at the low price of $35 per month for unlimited nationwide talk, text, 411 free call records and voice mail and top out at the Y $60 Plan, which even includes unlimited 4G service. Provided prices include all taxes and surcharges.

The names of PrepaYd Wireless' plans have been simplified to make it easier for potential and current subscribers to find the right plan. The plans are part of the company's "Y Pay More" initiative, launched back in January in response to Verizon Wireless introducing a two dollar fee for online payments.

"PrepaYd Wireless is pleased to announce the release of our new Y Plans,” said Josh Berman, Vice President of PrepaYd Wireless. “Our 4G WiMAX Coverage is in addition to our basic web and 3G EVDO coverage that's available with some of our other plans so our subscribers will still have great coverage when outside of 4G Coverage.”

The wireless provider also recently announced a prepaid distribution agreement with provider of prepaid products and payment processing platforms Emida Technologies. PrepaYd Wireless stated that by using established dealer networks, social media, news services and word of mouth and other strategies to reduce costs, it can offer cheaper plans than larger providers like Verizon and AT&T.

"We're adding new dealers to PrepaYd and are blown away by the response to our launch," said Dylan Fernandes, who was recently hired at PrepaYd Wireless as Vice President Of Wireless Development. "We will also be showcasing PrepaYd's enticing full featured handset lineup along with our newly added feature rich 'Y Plans' in our booth during the Cellular Technology International Association 'CTIA' show May 8th-10th in New Orleans."

Edited by Braden Becker

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