Essential services provider ACN is upgrading its Flash Wireless service with a new 4G offering that will not only bring more options to consumers, but also provide meals through the company’s Project Feeding Kids campaign.
After rolling out wireless services in 2007 through a third-party vendor, ACN decided to develop its own platform and launched Flash Wireless in 2011. By 2014, ACN had transferred all of its mobile capabilities to the new platform.
The North Carolina-based company targets value-conscious consumers, offering their pick of the nation’s top two wireless networks, contract or no-contract options, use of an existing or upgraded device—and now the latest 4G technology. ACN Independent Business Owners (IBOs) can nab free Flash Wireless by signing up five new customers for the service—a deal the company is also extending to customers who refer five friends or family members.
In a statement, ACN said that for each new wireless customer it will donate a meal through Project Feeding Kids, a partnership launched earlier this year with Feeding America. The company will make an additional donation each time the customer pays their monthly bill.