Enflick has now launched a new mobile phone service integrated with its WiFi-powered free messaging and calling app 'TextNow'. The all new 'TextNow Mobile Phone Service' will use Sprint's 3G and 4G network in areas that do not have WiFi signals. This mobile phone service is ideal for those who likes to have no contract devices.
Enflick already have 20 million users worldwide for its standalone IP-based SMS and calling app. Now the company claims its new mobile phone service 'makes TextNow the world's first all-IP mobile operator'. Android users who are on a budget scheme can really try now TextNow mobile service starting as low as $18.99 per month. But it works on limited devices including $89.99 Nexus S and $199.99 Galaxy S II without contract.
Enflick CEO and co-founder, Derek Ting said, "From Day One, our biggest priority has been to make smartphone service better and more affordable for everyone. The announcement of TextNow mobile phone service – combined with our recent launch of MiFi – marks a big milestone toward accomplishing this mission and making it affordable for every person to have a cell phone in his or her pocket."
Three different plans are being offered with 30 days money back guarantee. The $18.99 a month plan for TextNow mobile phone service includes 500MB data with unlimited SMS and incoming calls. However 750 minutes for outgoing calls will be available every month in this package with call forwarding, free visual voicemail and call display facilities. Along with this 'Tall' plan, two other plans called 'Grande' and 'Venti' are also launched. Grande plan is offered for $26.99 per month with 1GB data, 1250 roll-over minutes and unlimited texting & incoming calls. Third and final Venti plan is available for $39.99 per month with 2 GB of data, 2000 roll-over minutes and unlimited texting & incoming calls.