pay as you go

  • Gym-As-You-Go wants to let you pay per exercise

    Gym-As-You-Go wants to let you pay per exercise

    Wish you didn’t have to pay as much if you rarely went to the gym? Gym-As-You-Go wants to offer pricing based on usage rather than monthly subscriptions. The TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Hackathon project uses NFC to let you check in at work-out machines. You’re then charged a fee for how long you use the machine, and Gym-As-You-Go keeps a percentage. “The most painful point of… Read More

  • Clearwire launches 4G Pay As You Go Internet

    Clearwire launched their Rover – pay as you go internet service today, offering unlimited usage for $5 a day, $20 a week, or $50 for a month of 4G service. The Rover service is accessed via one of two ways, either from the Rover Solo; a single system dongle, or the Rover Puck which allows connectivity with up to eight devices at a time. The Rover Solo dongle sells for $99, and the Puck… Read More

  • Holy rumor, Batman: iPhone nano to be released by Christmas

    The Daily Mail claims that Apple will release an iPhone nano of sorts in time for Christmas this year, priced at ¬£150, or about $300. The Mail, which, frankly, isn’t exactly The Guardian, also says it’ll be available with pay-as-you-go plans. The idea here is that that iPhone 3G, while totally amazing, is far too expensive to be made available for pay-as-you-go plans. A… Read More