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Promoted 01-31-2015 by TofuVic at 03:22 PM View Original Post
Net On The Run.com is offering service on T-Mobile's Network (Unlimited Talk, Text, Web [5GB of 4G LTE Data/month]) + $100 Amazon Gift Card when you have Auto-Payment Enabled for $45/month. To allow time for shipping, the service for February is $35. Shipping is free. Thanks yuugotserved

Note: You will receive the $100 Amazon gift card after 4 months of service, which should be the end of May 2015. T-Mobile Prepaid customers may port their numbers. If you are not actively registered for auto-payment service, the rate will increase to $50/month and you will not qualify for the $100 Amazon gift card.

Includes:
  • Unlimited Talk
  • Unlimited Text
  • Unlimited Web (5GB 4G LTE data/month)
  • T-Mobile "Music Freedom"
  • T-Mobile Data Stash (refer to this thread for additional information)
  • Tethering/Hotspot 5GB LTE Shared

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Written by TofuVic

Your credit card will be kept on file and you will be billed $45 automatically on a monthly basis. You may opt out anytime. If you have any questions, you may email your inquiries to support@netontherun.com.

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Edited January 30, 2015 at 04:36 PM by DeividdoSama
Net On The Run

This is back again and slightly better for those who missed the December 2014 deal

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Service on T-Mobile's Network

$45 with free shipping

NOTES:
  1. Price is prorated at $35 for February and will revert to $45 in March moving forward to allow time for shipping of SIM card. The $45 deal will match the deal from December 2014. All taxes/fees are included.
  2. Deal is valid for new Net On The Run customers only
  3. You will receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card after 4 months of service when you register for auto-payment.
    • $100 Amazon Gift Card is emailed to you by the end of May.
    • What is Autopayment? Credit card will be kept on file and every month you will be billed automatically ($45/month). You may opt out anytime you wish.
  4. If you are not actively registered for auto-payment service rate will increase to $50/month and will not qualify for the $100 Gift Card
  5. The only T-Mobile phone numbers that can be ported are "T-Mobile prepaid" and can take up to 7 business days.
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  • Unlimited Talk
  • Unlimited Text
  • Unlimited Web (5GB 4G LTE Data/month)
  • T-Mobile "Music Freedom"
  • T-Mobile Data Stash - Refer to this thread for additional information
  • Tethering/Hotspot 5GB LTE Shared
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Quote from yuugotserved View Post :
6. Only, T-Mobile prepaid numbers may be ported and may take up to 7 business days
This bullet point should be rephrased to coincide with the linked site. (read no T-Mobile postpaid or Harbor Mobile either)

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RESTRICTION: The only T-Mobile phone numbers we will port are "T-Mobile prepaid" and can take up to 7 business days.
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Bullet point six (6) should be rephrased to coincide with the linked site.

Thanks, fixed!
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I don't really see the value in this over the Harbor Mobile plans. It's just a few to many hoops to jump through.
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I don't really see the value in this over the Harbor Mobile plans. It's just a few to many hoops to jump through.
What hoops? Register for auto payment and they email a $100 gift card the end of May. It's just basic math - Initial purchase $35+$45+$45+$45-$100 =170/4 average rate $17.50 p/month 5GB 4G LTE. Seems like a Slickdeal to me woot
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What hoops? Register for auto payment and they email a $100 gift card the end of May. It's just basic math - Initial purchase $35+$45+$45+$45-$100 =170/4 average rate $17.50 p/month 5GB 4G LTE. Seems like a Slickdeal to me woot
It does make sense... It really does. But it's so annoying to keep provider-hopping. Especially when you can be sure they will attempt to not let you go, and you will need to call and cancel... it will be so annoying
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Yup signed up with Harbor. I was gonna sign up with Net on the Run but they ended their promo too quick, now its too late.

Best of luck to them.
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[QUOTE=Flynt_Flossy;73994478]Yup signed up with Harbor. I was gonna sign up with Net on the Run but they ended their promo too quick, now its too late.

Same. I missed the earlier NOTR December offer, so ended up going with HarborMobile. Very happy with them, so no complaints on the service, but would have been nice to save $120 (2 lines x $5/month less than Harbor) + $200 in Amazon gift cards...

Completely understand their need to control onboarding volume, but I'd recommend their main homepage make it clearer that "future enrollment windows are planned with estimated next window on mm/yy" If they hdd done this, I could have stuck it out 1 more month on our old plans and then switched to NOTR. The lack of clarity hurts them and creates sense of being more complicated than it actually is

In the end, can't go wrong with either Harbor or NOTR if you are sold on the T-Mobile value
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What hoops? Register for auto payment and they email a $100 gift card the end of May. It's just basic math - Initial purchase $35+$45+$45+$45-$100 =170/4 average rate $17.50 p/month 5GB 4G LTE. Seems like a Slickdeal to me woot
especially when they resort to a newly created SHILL account to promote the deal, complete with artificial activity to make it seem legitimate...SD going to new lows to hit revenue goals Whee Facepalm
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Longest title ever!
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Been using them for over a year now...Great customer service.
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Been using them for over a year now...Great customer service.
It doesn't have to be you but is the $45 all inclusive no matter how much the gov't and tmobile tax and fees varies monthly? Do they have something in the terms/conditions that this $45 is subject to change in the future?
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I was about to use my verizon iphone5s on Straighttalk but I will go with this instead.
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Anyone know what the port out process is for NOTR?
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