Plano Animal Shelter is hoping to make that happen.
According to its new website, “the future is 4G” and the shelter will be “working to support the 4G LTE network as well as provide new mobile service options.”
The shelter has been a favorite of the Austin community for years, and this plan will help it do that.
The shelter will offer four mobile service plans:Giga, Giga Plus, Gigabox, and Giga Premier.
The Giga plan includes the same speeds as the mobile plan, but it has a free tier for the entire shelter and $15 for shelter visitors.
The rest of the plan is unlocked for the shelter and can be purchased separately.
Gigabux is an unlimited plan that offers unlimited calls, texts, and data.
The mobile plan has no monthly or fixed charges.
The plan also has unlimited voice calls and unlimited data.
There’s a monthly $10 charge for using a hotspot, but the shelter also offers a free hotspot for the first month and a free unlimited call and text service for those who purchase the hotspot service.
GigaPlus is a 4G hotspot plan that provides unlimited voice and data to all shelter visitors and their guests, but that plan only covers the shelter visitors for the rest of their stay.
Giga Plus is a prepaid plan that costs $35 for a shelter visitor and $35 per household for guests.
The shelters only offers one phone plan, which is for users in Austin.
The shelter is also launching its own smartphone app that allows users to plan their mobile plan on the fly.
The app, which will be free for anyone who purchases an app, can be found here.
Giant plans for the Austin area cost $25 per month for a family of five or $45 for a four person family.
The plans include unlimited calls and texts, unlimited data, and a monthly fee of $20.
The cost of a hotsamp is $10 per month.