Indigo Wireless is a regional wireless telecommunications company located in Northern Pennslyvania. The company began in 1991 when they acquired an FCC license to serve rural service to Tioga County. They offer broadband internet through their subsidiary Indigo Xtreme, and have three store locations in Wellsboro, Mansfield, and Knoxville. They have twice the amount of towers in Tioga County than any of their competitors.
Indigo Wireless has a simple business model that makes it easy for prospective consumers to enroll and activate their new phones. Each customer follows this easy three-step process:
Indigo Wireless has amazing coverage throughout northern Pennsylvania, with varying prices for individuals and families. Their individual plans are relatively standard, but their family plans, involving 2 GB of shared data, are a great value including unlimited calling and messaging. Customers can add a line if they currently have 4 or more lines for $10 more a month.
Indigo Wireless offers top-notch Android smartphones, including a Samsung Galaxy, and a Samsung Note. If you choose to pay for your phone upfront, a two-year contract isn't required. Because Indigo Wireless pairs with AT&T and T-Mobile, their service is guaranteed throughout the nation. Their Smart Senior plan is the best bet for anyone over 60 who would like unlimited calling and messaging.
Indigo Wireless has quite a few fees included, and they don't offer any amount of unlimited data. Their website doesn't include the chance to purchase a phone and a plan online either. To sign up for an account customers will have to call in to one of the stores, or their customer service. In addition, prospective customers should be aware of the following:
Prospective customers are also required to sign a two-year contract unless you buy your phone outright. You also need great credit to be qualified for a two year commitment.