by Stephen Lawson
In this article ” Voyager Mobile, a startup promising cheap, unlimited mobile service around the U.S., has postponed the launch it planned for Tuesday, saying a malicious attack took down its website.
Voyager announced on Monday that it would launch a nationwide 3G and 4G service with unlimited plans starting at $19 per month, with no contracts or credit checks. The service would also include Voyager Rewards, which would let users earn points by talking on the phone and exchange them for airline miles, phone upgrades, gift cards and free monthly service.
The launch was set for 6 a.m. Eastern Time Tuesday. But a few hours later, the company’s home page showed only a message saying the launch was postponed.”