We know how confusing it is to find what is right for you when there are so many products available
Iowa City, IA (PRWEB) August 27, 2009
AT&T is making it easier for international travelers to connect to the Internet anywhere in the world by adding 25,000 new hotspots across Europe and China. The company has increased its global Wi-Fi service about 30% since the start of 2009.
"People are demanding access to the Internet for their mobile devices no matter where they find themselves," said Low Cost Cells President Nate Schmidt. "We are a mobile world and need that access in order to work efficiently internationally."
Low Cost Cells offers consumers a variety of AT&T phones with full HTML browsers and Internet connectivity, as well as a wide selection of broadband cards that make connecting through a laptop simple and quick.
"We have solutions for every individual to meet their specific needs," said Schmidt. "We offer a variety of plans that give the user the right amount of speed and efficiency to make it work with their lifestyle."
Low Cost Cells offers customers the ability to compare prices and availability from all major U.S. carriers, including T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T, Nextel, and Sprint.
Customers at Low Cost Cells who may have questions about their account choice, phone selection or which plan is right for them can ask questions online at any time or search the recently asked questions for answers.
"We know how confusing it is to find what is right for you when there are so many products available," said Schmidt. "We offer the best prices on cell phones and plans, and provide our customers with the most accurate information so that they can make the right decision for them."
Low Cost Cells is an online distributor of cell phones for major cell phone carriers across the United States. The company's goal is to provide the best value and service in the cell phone industry.
For further information contact:
Jeff McEachron, Internet Marketing Group