Issa Asad: Q Link gives you unlimited calls and 1 GB of data for 10 bucks

Have you heard? You can make all the calls you want and even get as much as 1 GB of data for just a $10 with Q Link.

Issa Asad Bond Florida
Issa Asad Florida

The breaking news comes The Sun Sentinel, a newspaper based out of the tricounty area of South Florida, which inclues Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties. The article, “$10 for unlimited calls and 1 GB of data? Rock-bottom phone rates are growing“, states that Issa Asad, CEO of Q Link, originally founded Q Link as a way to help low-income Americans by providing Lifeline service.

Q Link remains one of the largest secondary carriers in the US who offers prepaid services by buying up excess capacity from the four major carriers T-mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T. The company recently came up with a very attractive plan that features attractive discounts on calls and data.

With as little as 10 bucks a month, you can enjoy unlimited calls, text messages and 1GB of 4G internet. It’s unbelievable, right? I know. That’s not all, they also came up with another plan which is completely unlimited. With this other plan, with as low as $25 a month, you get everything unlimited!

Asad encourages U.S. residents to make good use of this opportunity which was designed to help low-income earners make phone calls and enjoy accessing the internet on-the-go. Q Link even included a plan that’s just $5 a month and gives 500 minutes of talk time and unlimited text messaging.

Mr. Asad has been a businessman since 1996. In the late 1990s, he was in the business of providing long distance phone cards for retail outlets across the country. By the early 2000s, he moved into starting his own telecommunications company, focusing on those areas the big carriers left out and leveraging on his experience as a salesperson to ultimately provide important communication solutions at a much cheaper rate for low-income earners.

Asad has always had low-income earners in mind and this reflects in the manner in which he conducts his business dealings and what his company gives more priority to.

Focusing on low-income earners also led Asad to make use of the Federal Government funded Lifeline service to provide free phones and call service to U.S. residents who qualify for the program; his company eventually became one of the largest providers of this service.

Analysts believe that these inexpensive phone plans may not be allowed to continue if the big carriers realize that Q Link is taking up major shares in the market. Others also believe that this may not be the case in the near future putting into consideration that these smaller companies only have about 5% of the entire market shares to begin with, while the big four still maintain 95% of the market share.

Whatever the case, it’s time to take advantage of these huge discounts and enjoy unlimited calls and data.

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