In regard to Aio, AT&T says, "...after the transaction’s close, AT&T intends to combine the nascent operations of Aio with Leap’s existing operations under the Cricket brand name."
As far what will happen to Leap (Cricket) customers, AT&T says that it "...currently expects to complete the migration of Leap customers to AT&T’s network within 18 months of the transaction’s closing." and that "AT&T will honor the existing plan of each Leap customer as of merger close, provided that the customer does not suspend or terminate his or her service for that plan, or choose to upgrade to a device or plan that is not comparable to his or her current device or plan."
Although Aio launched before the Cricket deal was announced, it seems to have served as practice for AT&T in the logistics of managing a Cricket style network of independent prepaid dealers.
The filings don't say anything about what happens to current Aio customers but I expect that their plans will be grandfathered under the same sort of terms as Cricket's customers.
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