Tello soft launched in the USA in late 2015, and it is an MVNO that uses Sprint’s network to provide service to its customers.
Although the company is a relative newcomer to the market, its parent company, KeepCalling, is a global telecommunications company that first registered in the USA in the year 2002. From 2011-2014 KeepCalling managed to grow its revenue by over 200% and was named by Inc 5000 to be one of the fastest growing companies in the USA for 5 consecutive years. So with Tello, you get a company that has years of experience in the telecommunications market.
Tello allows its subscribers to custom build their own cell phone plans. When you custom build your own phone plan with Tello, like the one shown above, you’ll enjoy having no contract, free tethering, unlimited data (speeds reduced to 64 Kbps once high speed data allotment is used up), calling to Mexico and Canada and no fees whatsoever. Tello’s phone plans are best suited for those who aren’t heavy users, and those that want a good customer support experience.