Broadpoint Debuts Rate Plans, GOM

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Broadpoint, a full-service telecommunications and network solutions company, announced that it will offer individual rate plans to offshore and marine employees in the Gulf of Mexico for the first time. Workers can now tap Broadpoint’s 100,000 square mile cellular network for voice, SMS and data service, keeping them connected while away from home for significantly lower service costs than with traditional mobile carriers.

This latest innovation from Broadpoint was created to meet consumer demand for a more affordable and reliable communications source in the Gulf. Broadpoint’s prepaid rate plans have been designed with offshore and marine workers in mind.  Providing the full range of cellular services – voice, text and data – Broadpoint’s individual rate plans offer discounts of up to 70% off today’s retail rates and unrestricted voice options, for a limited time only. 

(www.broadpointinc.com)
 

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