We were always wondering: what do customers want from their mobile carriers? Do they want low rates, do they long for friendly Customer Support agents, or do they simply want a fair service that gives them the change to pay only for what they use? And since we didn’t want to wonder anymore and hide in the dark, we decided to ask our customers a simple, but daring question: “What’s your #1 desire when it comes to mobile carriers?”.
Tag Archive for: wireless plans
Happy Independence day, America! Today Tello celebrates not only independence and freedom but also all those independent users who had the courage to port in to a new mobile network and build their own plan from scratch!
You may have heard this term before OR know what it is. But for those new to it, it could help you save more on your monthly cell phone bill. To start,
If you want a cell plan that gives you room to move or a build-your-own plan, and aren’t impressed with the offers from the big carriers, online-only operator Tello may be the cost-effective solution you’ve been looking for.
Tello is a fully customizable, contract-free provider offering service on a nationwide network.
We can help. Here are few steps any new customer should follow in order to enjoy a smooth transition into our Tello network. Start by selecting one of our products. It can be a Plan or Pay As You Go credit. If you want to start off with a plan…
In the midst of looking for a new mobile provider, in the jungle of unbeatable offers and unlimited plans with endless terms and conditions, there’s one more thing you need to pay attention to when trying to switch operators or when you have one thing on your mind, to join Tello.
And that’s: the bring your own phone process, guidelines and compatibility checks.
Since the get go, we embraced a simple, but powerful promise: “No fees whatsoever”, and even though we’re one of the youngest mobile operators around, we’re about to challenge all other providers in the US wireless market. How? It’s quite easy!
Is there any room left for another wireless network in the USA? Tello not only says that there’s room left, but that the market needs it. The customers need an online mobile provider, with a great customer service answering any call in less than 5 seconds, instead of waiting hours in a store. They need a mobile provider that doesn’t charge countless fees…