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NYU Senior’s Cellphone Startup Faces ‘Malicious Network Attack’ on Launch Day

Voyager Mobile

We were immediately intrigued by AllThingsD‘s story about enterprising NYU senior John Mardini’s new startup, Voyager Mobile. For one, Mr. Mardini wants to open cheap cellphone services to the public via the suddenly-popular process of reselling service on another carrier’s network.

For $19 a month, reported CNET, Voyager would give users unlimited text and calling on last year’s models of prepaid mobile phones. For $39 a month, you could get unlimited data, talk and text. As a mobile virtual network operator or MVNO, Voyager does this by spreading “its service across Sprint’s wireless backbone.”

And then there was the quote Mr.Mardini, who hails from Knoxville, gave AllThingsD: Read More