Sometimes it’s hard to say “Goodbye”. Dads cry when they give their daughters away at weddings. Moms cry when their kids go off to college. But shedding a tear when you say “goodbye” to data overages on your cell phone? Not a chance. That’s one “Goodbye” you’ll never think twice about.
Nobody likes those surprise overage charges. That’s a fact. And monitoring your data usage to make sure you don’t go over your allotment is about as fun as babysitting that weird kid that lives next door. Face it – A cell phone plan with data caps just isn’t the way to go no matter which way you look at it. Either you’re stuck monitoring your usage, or your carrier throttles down your speed once you hit your limit. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a data plan with No Limits, No Caps, No Overages, and most of all No Surprises? Well, Syringa Wireless thinks so too – and we won’t charge you an arm or a leg to get it.
Our data cell phone package is a measly $25 a month for honest to goodness Unlimited Data. In fact we don’t even sell measured data services! How can we afford to do this? Simple. We are the only locally owned and operated wireless provider that owns not only our cell towers, but the fiber optics in the ground that operate our towers. In other words, we cut out the middle man. So, you can count on the fact that our Unlimited Data plan will save you money in the bank. And do you know what else? Our wireless network grows each and every year: Syringa Wireless isn’t a fad trend. We’re definitely going to be around for a while :)
So go ahead, wipe those tears, and say “goodbye” to your data overages. Switch to Unlimited Data with Syringa Wireless for only $25 a month. It might just be the easiest “goodbye” you’ll ever have.
Earlier this month ATC became a member of the 'Open Connect Content Delivery Network' from Netflix.
What does that mean for you? A couple things:
And this is all available to you at no additional cost (from ATC or Netflix). But before you get too excited, there are a few things to keep in mind:
For more information, or to make sure you are able to stream in full HD visit the Super HD page on Netflix.
Increase Performance on Your Cell Phone – It’s Easier Than You Think:
Let me guess: You’re one of those people who doesn’t like to fix something unless it’s broken. You’ve found a cell phone that works good, is easy to use, and you’ve been happy with it. If this sounds like you, you probably have a perfectly good older cell phone that could benefit from a quick and painless settings upgrade. Now I can imagine after reading those words “settings upgrade” that you might actually be shaking your head or mumbling “not a chance” under you’re breath. But in all reality, this “settings upgrade” is very simple, quick (under 2 minutes), and will not change the functionality use of your phone.
What will a settings upgrade do for me?
Upgrading your phones settings – or more specifically you’re phone’s PRL (preferred roaming list) - will increase your ability to get better reception inside your coverage area. And who wouldn’t want that? Better reception means better connectivity to your friends and family. This could help alleviate excessive roaming, dropped calls, and holes in your coverage area.
How do I get a settings upgrade for my cell phone?
It’s simple. Just stop by your local ATC office, and leave the rest to us. We’ll have you in and out in as little as two minutes. We’ll even throw in a “Swedish Fish”. We know you’ve finally found a cell phone that’s reliable, easy to use, and works great. At ATC, we want to help you keep it that way.
We are right in the middle of dinner, I hear that ring, the same ring I hear every night at about the same time. I stare at the phone knowing that when I get up to answer it, no one will be on the other end, but I just can’t let it ring. So, I jump up from the table and dash to the phone. What do I hear on the other end of the phone? Nothing!!!!
Does this sound like a familiar scenario? Do you ask yourself, what is going on with my phone? Take comfort in knowing it is not necessarily a stalker or someone checking to see if you are home. This is what the FCC calls an “abandoned call”. It is a telemarketing call that is not connected to a live representative within two seconds after being answered by a live person.
If you receive an abandoned call, you may hear dead air or clicking sounds, sometimes followed by a prerecorded message or a hang up. However, there is a solution to the problem of telemarketers rather they are a person or dead air. You can sign up to be on the National Do Not Call Registry. The process is quick and easy and will eliminate nearly all of those annoying calls.
To register your phone number online go to www.donotcall.gov . Or you can call 1-888-382-1222 and request to be added to the Do Not Call Registry. If you would like more information or receive additional information about the National Do Not Call Registry, visit their website.
ATC employees Kyle Bradshaw and Janet Brackenbury visited with representatives from Computers for Kids (CFK), a non-profit organization formed in 2002 with headquarters in Boise. Computer for Kids receives computers from businesses, individuals, or corporations, then restores and refurbishes the computers and licenses them for distribution to students for their home use.
CFK recognizes the importance of children having opportunity to gain the necessary high tech skills needed to compete and join the workforce as computer literate adults. The broadening of communication needs has made it important for students to have the opportunity to complete assignments thru the access of the internet from home. Computers are made available to students from K-14th grade regardless of income.
For more information regarding CFK’s organization and the opportunities it provides, please visit their website at http://www.cfkidaho.org/
How do people connected solely via smart phones and computers get info about emergencies? A researcher with the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) at INL is working with industry and government agencies to keep them informed. See how ATC is involved and read the entire article here: https://inlportal.inl.gov/portal/server.pt/community/newsroom/257/feature_story_details/1269?featurestory=DA_603457