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Ultra Mobile: 12-Mo. Unlimited Talk/Text/3GB 4G LTE Prepaid Plan Sim Kit

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Ultra Mobile is offering 12-Months of Ultra Mobile Prepaid Unlimited Talk & Text + 3GB 4G LTE Data Sim Kit for $126 ($10.5/Month). Shipping is free. Thanks KiraSD

Note, additional regulatory recovery fee may apply. New activations only. Regular Price $21/Month.

Includes:
  • Unlimited Talk to 80+ INTL destinations
  • Unlimited Nationwide Talk, Global Text & Data
  • 3GB High-Speed 4G LTE Data
  • Mobile Hotspot Capable
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  • Existing Ultra Mobile subscribers, or those who have been customers within the past 60 days, are not eligible for this promotion. It is a requirement that your device not have been active on T-Mobile's network in the past 60 days. If you are unsure if your device meets this requirement, please visit an Ultra Mobile Authorized Retailer, or contact Ultra Customer Support. For those porting in, it is also required that you are not porting in from T-Mobile or another T-Mobile network carrier. Please ask your Retailer for assistance in determining if your carrier is eligible, or contact your carrier to ask which network your current service is running on.
  • Refer to the forum thread for additional information & offer discussion. Offer is valid for a limited time - persian_mafia

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Ultra Mobile is providing a 12 month (originally 6 months but giving additional 6 months free for a limited time) prepaid unlimited talk and text with 3GB monthly 4G LTE data for $126 + taxes. That is about $10.50 per month for 12 months, excluding taxes.
Includes:
  • Unlimited Talk to 80+ INTL destinations
  • Unlimited Nationwide Talk, Global Text & Data
  • 3GB High-Speed 4G LTE Data
  • Mobile Hotspot Capable
*New activations only. May not have been an Ultra Mobile customer within the past 60 days.
**Plans must be activated within 45 days of purchase.
***If data limits are exceeded, speeds are reduced to 128kbps until reset.

Ultra Mobile - Unlimited Talk & Text with 3GB 4G LTE Data for 12 months (6 months + 6 months free) [ultramobile.com]
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Last Edited by RazorConcepts October 30, 2019 at 11:11 PM
This is on T-Mobile



There is also the 6 months plan(3mo +3mo free) for $66, for those who want a short term commitment.

https://www.ultramobile.com/produ...month+plan

Terms also say - plan needs to be activated within 45 days of purchase!

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Just spotted this; Ultra mobile is offering their 3GB/month plan 6 months + 6 months free at $126 + taxes; works out to $10.5 per month, even better than Mint $180 for a year for the same talk / text / data offer. (Funnily enough - Mint is part of Ultra, so does the left hand know what the right hand is doing?)

Additional - includes calling to 80 international destinations for free (AFAIK not available with Mint).

Gotcha's to watch out for :
How do I know if my phone and/or phone number are eligible to be used in this promotion?
Existing Ultra Mobile subscribers, or those who have been customers within the past 60 days, are not eligible for this promotion.
It is a requirement that your device not have been active on T-Mobile's network in the past 60 days. If you are unsure if your device meets this requirement, please visit an Ultra Mobile Authorized Retailer, or contact Ultra Customer Support.
For those porting in, it is also required that you are not porting in from T-Mobile or another T-Mobile network carrier. Please ask your Retailer for assistance in determining if your carrier is eligible, or contact your carrier to ask which network your current service is running on.

Not sure if being a "Mint mobile" customer disqualifies you; at any rate, can't port numbers from Mint or T-Mo etc to take advantage of this.

https://www.ultramobile.com/produ...month+plan
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Tello sells for 1gb at $10+tax. So there is more data in ultra mobile. But at the end, it depends upon network quality in your area. In my area bot tmobile and sprint are poor for indoor coverage but sprint is little better that I can atleast surf the internet which is not possible on mint mobile.

Second, most of tmobile mvno have wifi calling. I have used mint mobile and i heard it is sister company of ultra mobile. Wifi calling never worked in mint for my case. Always on forbidden.I guess they also have native visual voicemail as well.

These things are not native in tello. And support for mint have been pathetic. They never reply if you drop message on their chat bot for call back. Tried it atleast 4-5 times. On emails too they try to brush off saying your phone is faulty or sim is faulty and so on. Why I am referring mint, because I have heard they are sister company so i am guessing both will have same quality.

Edit: Ultra mobile owns mint Mobile. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultra_Mobile

But the point is, is depriotisation same for both because i cannot use internet inside my home on mint mobile but i can use it on tmobile postpaid.
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According to the website, you have 45 days to activate it
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Just spotted this; Ultra mobile is offering their 3GB/month plan 6 months + 6 months free at $126 + taxes; works out to $10.5 per month, even better than Mint $180 for a year for the same talk / text / data offer. (Funnily enough - Mint is part of Ultra, so does the left hand know what the right hand is doing?)

Additional - includes calling to 80 international destinations for free (AFAIK not available with Mint).

Gotcha's to watch out for :
How do I know if my phone and/or phone number are eligible to be used in this promotion?
Existing Ultra Mobile subscribers, or those who have been customers within the past 60 days, are not eligible for this promotion.
It is a requirement that your device not have been active on T-Mobile's network in the past 60 days. If you are unsure if your device meets this requirement, please visit an Ultra Mobile Authorized Retailer, or contact Ultra Customer Support.
For those porting in, it is also required that you are not porting in from T-Mobile or another T-Mobile network carrier. Please ask your Retailer for assistance in determining if your carrier is eligible, or contact your carrier to ask which network your current service is running on.


Not sure if being a "Mint mobile" customer disqualifies you; at any rate, can't port numbers from Mint or T-Mo etc to take advantage of this.

https://www.ultramobile.com/produ...month+plan
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Great deal. If I didn't already have 34 free months with Mint, I'd bite. Mint's referral plan hooks me up. Wink
Explain, how ?😁
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The international, looks like that is calling to the country.
I assume that dies not include travel within the country?
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I think Mint, MetroPCS, and similar MVNO lines are not eligible for this promo per FAQ: "For those porting in, it is also required that you are not porting in from T-Mobile or another T-Mobile network carrier". Excellent deal otherwise.
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So you can't activate the tmob device if it has been active on tmob in last 60 days.
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So you can't activate the tmob device if it has been activated in last 60 days on tmob?
How do they enforce that? It's a gsm network.
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What network do they use? TMobile?
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How do they enforce that? It's a gsm network.
I think it's just intended to deter people from trying it.. it's going to be too cumbersome to filter IMEI based on history with specific carrier Smilie
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I think Mint, MetroPCS, and similar MVNO lines are not eligible for this promo per FAQ: "For those porting in, it is also required that you are not porting in from T-Mobile or another T-Mobile network carrier". Excellent deal otherwise.
Red pocket GSMT also ineligible?
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How do they enforce that? It's a gsm network.
I had problems porting into Ultra cause I was on mint previously.But ultra to mint was instant.
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What network do they use? TMobile?
Yes. I wonder if they have problems with sms/picture messaging like Mint Mobile, who also uses T-Mobile. I'd hate to pay for a whole year and experience the same issues.
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