2‘Zact Was Created to Give People What They Want’
The minimum Zact plan costs $4.99 a month. From there, a user can add apps, minutes, texts and data, which can be dialed up or back throughout a month. Based on what Nielsen says an average wireless subscriber uses, the average Zact bill should be $37 a month—versus the average $93 Nielsen says Americans currently spend.
3Zact Has Your Back
4Multiple Users on One Account
Any number of users can be added to a single account. The person who signs up for the account is the “administrator” and can decide if others on the account are as well. Only administrators can make changes to the settings on a phone—such as which apps it can access, how many texts it can send, and whether the phone can receive or send texts or calls during certain hours.
6Sharing an Account
7Remote Parent Controls
8No Bill Shock
10Your Mobile Service, in Your Hands
11ItsOn Service Platform
Zact is based on ItsOn software, which ItsOn is also selling to other wireless carriers (no deals have been announced yet). Operators wouldn’t need to change their current pricing structures but could use ItsOn to extend convenient services to users. “People love it when you give them what they want,” ItsOn CEO Greg Raleigh told eWEEK.