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W D M “...today the average person has 3 devices connected concurrently.” With the explosion of tablets and computers in the marketplace, Next G also offers dataonly plans making USB, hot spot, and tablet activations simple and widely available. Internet on the go is one of the most requested services at retail right now. It is good to offer a simple Internet connectivity choice customers can activate multiple devices at an affordable price. After all, today the average person has 3 devices connected concurrently. For retailers, doing business with Next G is easy. They are already on every major payment platform inside wireless retail stores such as QPay, ePay, Emida, Lopeds, Prepay Nation, Preway, and many others. BYOD has been the trend this past year, and Next G is onboard with this trend. Customers can activate any Verizon device with Next G service, and topping up is easily done over the phone, online or at a participating retailer. Roaming is available anywhere a Verizon roaming agreement is present wherever the customer is roaming. Another unique feature of the Next G service is what they call “Bridge Plans”. Bridge Plans are prorated plans that allow customers to pay smaller increments bridging them between top-ups. For example, if a customer has a $60 plan, divide that by 30 days, which equals $2 per day. If they pay only $10 the following month, their service stays on for only 5 days helping customers make the bridge between top-ups who may be waiting for payday to pay their full amount. The seasoned wireless team at Next G is focused on building ‘fans’ of their service. They sought out a major footprint partner, and a signal that doesn’t require customers to hold their phone over the head or pressed against a window to get good reception. When we asked the sales and marketing team at Next G about their customer promise, Johnson Tran said, “Every day we are committed to connecting businesses, people, and communities with the coverage on one of “...Next G is focused on building ‘fans’ of their service.” 66


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