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H2O Wireless: 30-Days of the Unltd Talk & Text + 6GB Data Plan EXPIRED

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h2o Wireless offers 30-Days Free on the following H2O No-Contract Prepaid Unlimited Talk & Text + Data Plans. Shipping is $5 (for your pre-loaded SIM Card Activation Kit). Thanks Tqkuh

Note, offer only valid for new number activations or when porting in an existing number from another carrier to h2o.

Available choices:
  • $20/mo. h2o No-Contract Prepaid Plan Free for 30-Days
    • Unlimited calls and texts in the U.S.
    • Unlimited international calls and text to 50+ countries
    • $10 international talk credit for other countries
    • 1 GB of 4G LTE data (no unlimited 2G data once your 1GB allowance is used)
  • $30/mo. h2o No-Contract Prepaid Plan Free for 30-Days
    • Unlimited calls and texts in the U.S.
    • Unlimited international calls and text to 50+ countries
    • $10 international talk credit for other countries
    • 6 GB of 4G LTE data (then unlimited 2G data once your 6GB allowance is used)
Details:
  • h2o Wireless operates on the nationwide AT&T network (check coverage)
  • For use with compatible AT&T and GSM unlocked smartphones.
  • Prepaid, no-contract service. No credit check required.
  • Once your free 30-days is up, you will not be charged anything unless you prepay at the regular $20/mo. / $30/mo. rate to continue service.
  • You will not be automatically billed at the end of your 30-days unless you manually enable 'Auto Recharge' in your account settings (15% discount available for opting in to Auto Recharge, learn more)
  • Note: If you continue service after your initial free 30-day offer, note that after your first three months, your monthly data allowance will revert from the promotional 1GB per month to the standard 500MB per month on the $20/mo. plan; and from the promotional 6GB per month to the standard 3GB per month on the $30/mo. plan.
  • You may cancel or port-out of h2o at anytime (no contract, early termination fees or penalties).
  • Note: Due to AT&T restrictions on some prepaid services, visual voicemail and MMS functionality to/from Android devices may not work when using an Apple iPhone on h2o.
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  • Promotion only valid on purchases of a SIM card through this offer from h2owireless.com between 1/1/19 and 3/31/19.
  • Requires activation on h2o Wireless by March 31, 2019 ~RevOne

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Shipping is $5. (for the SIM/Activation Kit)

Free $20 plan includes:
1 GB 4G LTE data (no unlimited 2G)
unlimited calls and texts
unlimited international calls and text to 50+ countries

Free $30 plan includes:
6 GB 4G LTE data (unlimited 2G thereafter)
unlimited calls and texts
unlimited international calls and text to 50+ countries

You don't need to continue the plan after the first month.

Promotion requires the purchase of a SIM card and activation of (1) h2o® Wireless $20 or $30 Monthly Unlimited Plan between February 1, 2019 and March 31, 2019 on www.h2owirelessnow.com [h2owirelessnow.com] to receive one (1) free month of h2o® Wireless $20 or $30 Monthly Unlimited Plan service (Free Month).
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Just a FYI that MMS won't work on iPhone. You will still be able to send MMS to other iPhone users but not to Android users and won't receive from Android users either.
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Introductory offer aside, Mint doesn't offer a month-to-month option like H2O does here. In order to get the same 3GB plan through Mint for an average of $20/mo, you have to prepay for 6 months of service. Plus H2O is an AT&T MVNO whereas Mint is a T-Mobile MVNO. Generally AT&T will provide superior coverage.

I'm currently a Mint subscriber, however, and have been pretty happy. Was also an H2O subscriber a couple years ago and was pretty happy.
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This one is no contract, like most prepaid services. Just click the link and read the terms at the bottom of the page.

You get the first month of service free (just pay the $5 for shipping).
If you decide you want to stay with them after the free month, you'd need to prepay upfront: $20/mo. or $30/mo. (depending which you picked) starting your 2nd month. They won't/can't auto-charge you unless you enable this option manually in your account settings.

You could just do the free month only and port out a day or two before it ends to a different carrier running a good deal.
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This sounds like a great deal. Does it have to be a ported number?
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Hmm. Port to H2O from Mint, then back on the 3 mo. for $20 deal? That should work, right?
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Will it work with an iPad for just data?
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Will it work with an iPad for just data?
Can't answer you question about this H2O deal working on an iPad, but if you've got one that's cellular capable, could always consider the AT&T Unlimited iPad Data plan for $30/month with autopay https://dcp2.att.com/OEPNDClient/Logout
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Hm...this or Mint.......decisions decisions....
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Just a FYI that MMS won't work on iPhone. You will still be able to send MMS to other iPhone users but not to Android users and won't receive from Android users either.
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Genuine question: Will a at&t SIM locked phone work with h2o plans?
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Can I switch from att?
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Hm...this or Mint.......decisions decisions....
Introductory offer aside, Mint doesn't offer a month-to-month option like H2O does here. In order to get the same 3GB plan through Mint for an average of $20/mo, you have to prepay for 6 months of service. Plus H2O is an AT&T MVNO whereas Mint is a T-Mobile MVNO. Generally AT&T will provide superior coverage.

I'm currently a Mint subscriber, however, and have been pretty happy. Was also an H2O subscriber a couple years ago and was pretty happy.
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Can't answer you question about this H2O deal working on an iPad, but if you've got one that's cellular capable, could always consider the AT&T Unlimited iPad Data plan for $30/month with autopay https://dcp2.att.com/OEPNDClient/Logout
Do you know a plan that can be purchased for apple watch cellular ?
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I was h2o customer for 3+ years and no complaints overall
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so is it $20/mo no contract? or are they gonna screw you over with $20mo up into $50/mo just because f**k you

sound like Red Pocket might be a safer deal
This one is no contract, like most prepaid services. Just click the link and read the terms at the bottom of the page.

You get the first month of service free (just pay the $5 for shipping).
If you decide you want to stay with them after the free month, you'd need to prepay upfront: $20/mo. or $30/mo. (depending which you picked) starting your 2nd month. They won't/can't auto-charge you unless you enable this option manually in your account settings.

You could just do the free month only and port out a day or two before it ends to a different carrier running a good deal.
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