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Consumer Cellular Unveils Partnership with Lyft

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Consumer Cellular has just launched a new service called CC GO. The new service comes as a partnership with Lyft, a ride-sharing platform that allows users to book a ride with the use of an app. Thanks to the partnership with the MVNO, customers get to book a ride with any phone and not have to go through the app.

As a way of celebrating CC GO's launch, Consumer Cellular and Lyft will be giving two free rides to those who sign up for the service. The two rides need to be taken within 30 days of signing up.

In order to sign up, you need to create your CC GO account. You can do this by calling 1-888-803-6650. You will need to have a debit card or credit card stored on your file so you can use the service. Each ride cost will be automatically billed on your account and charged on the card on your file.

Once you have your account all set up, you can start requesting for a ride by simply calling 1-888-803-2246. Even better, if you have a Consumer Cellular GrandPad tablet, you can tap on the "transportation" icon found on the homepage. And you'll be all set.

The GrandPad is a tablet that comes with Wi-Fi and 4G LTE connectivity. Consumer Cellular has marketed this device towards seniors. In order to use the tablet, you will need to activate service under the $40 per month unlimited data plan. The device is currently on sale until October 26th. Instead of paying $200 for the device, you only have to pay $150.

Get to know CC GO in more detail here:




Source: BestMVNO 

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  1. So this service is a pretty much a copycat of GreatCall Rides driven by Lyft from GreatCall which launched late last year. Cool.

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