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Mint Mobile: 3-Month Unlimited Talk/Text/12GB LTE Plan

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Mint Mobile is offering 3-Months of Mint Mobile Prepaid Unlimited Talk & Text + 12GB 4G LTE Data (per month) prepaid plan for $45. Shipping is free for the 3-in-1 SIM card kit. Thanks SlickDealio

Note, additional regulatory recovery fee may apply. Be sure to opt out of Auto Recharge on the checkout page if you do not wish for your service to automatically renew. New activation is required.
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Mint Mobile.com [mintmobile.com] is offering their Mint Mobile Service: Unlimited Talk/Text + 4G LTE Data (3-month 3GB, 8GB, & 12GB plans) for $15/month.

New activation required. Valid on 3-month 3GB, 8GB, and 12GB plans. Must be activated within 45 days of purchase. Taxes and fees apply. 3 months equal 90 days.
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Last Edited by AnciusD November 30, 2019 at 03:55 PM
When does the ANY 3-MONTH PLAN FOR $15 promotion end?
Our ANY 3-MONTH PLAN FOR $15 promotion is a limited time offer, so be sure to grab this deal before its gone!

When does the ANY 3-MONTH PLAN FOR $15 promotion end?
Our ANY 3-MONTH PLAN FOR $15 promotion ends on January 2, 2020, so be sure to grab this deal before its gone!


New activation required. Valid on 3-month 3GB, 8GB, and 12GB plans. Must be activated within 45 days of purchase. Taxes and fees apply. 3 months equal 90 days. Further restrictions apply. See full terms

What are the fees and taxes associated with my Mint Mobile plan?

At Mint, we don't hide our fees in our plans—we break them out so you know exactly what you are paying.
  • Subtotal: Cost of the plan chosen.
  • Regulatory Recovery Fee: The Regulatory Recovery Fee is assessed to help recover Mint Mobile's administrative costs to comply with various federal and state programs. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for additional details.
  • Telecom Tax: This includes any federal, state, county, city, or district taxes that are applicable to the retail sale of prepaid wireless communications services in your zip code.
  • Shipping & Handling: Depends on shipping option chosen at checkout.
  • NY PSCS: The Public Safety Communications Surcharge is a state-imposed surcharge collected on the retail sale of prepaid wireless communications services in the state of New York. Click here
  • CA MTS Surcharge: Between 1/1/2016 and 12/31/2018, the Prepaid Mobile Telephony Services (MTS) Surcharge was collected from California-based consumers on the purchase of prepaid wireless service. It included a combination of certain taxes, fees, and other surcharges, as mandated by the state of California. Effective 1/1/2019, it is no longer applicable. Please click here for more info on the replacement of the Prepaid MTS Surcharge
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FAQ
https://www.mintmobile.com/produc...card-plan/

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER 3 MONTHS?

Once your first 3-months are up, you can continue your wireless savings by renewing into a 3, 6 or 12-month plan. The more months you buy, the more you save. It's buy in bulk baby. Our 12-month plans start from $15/mo for the 3GB/mo plan.
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it's $45 plus:
Regulatory Recovery Fee $4.88
Federal & State Taxes (if any)

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Doubt it since it specifically mentions the regular $45/mo price for only a three month renewal.
think it's an error, in other places it says the renewal for 12gb is 25/mo for 12 months ($300). the founder also confirmed this on the mintmobile subreddit.
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Can a referral be credited on top of this for someone else?
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So what does everyone do after the three months!?!???!!
With the last promo which was BOGO 3 month, they offered a deal on extending that to 12 months right after you activate.
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Don't forget $20 cash back Wink
Where?
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Can a referral be credited on top of this for someone else?
You can get $15 referral credit when you purchase a new sim from Mint if you go through the referral link from someone.
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So what does everyone do after the three months!?!???!!
Before that time, they may offer another deal price. So, put your main number in google voice and keep purchasing their deal price sim.
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Before that time, they may offer another deal price. So, put your main number in google voice and keep purchasing their deal price sim.
Sorry to sound lazy, but can you clarify on this? Doesn't google voice charge a few of you port out or port in your number every time after the three months?
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Sorry to sound lazy, but can you clarify on this? Doesn't google voice charge a few of you port out or port in your number every time after the three months?
You leave your number at Google and tell them to forward to whatever new number your provider gives you. When you switch providers you can port or get a new number as required by the deal. Google will forward to up to six phone numbers at a time, just update the number to forward to whenever your actual number changes.

Google is kinda like the operator at a corporate office - it can forward calls to you no matter which "extension" (i.e. actual phone number) you're using.
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12GB/mo. ?
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You leave your number at Google and tell them to forward to whatever new number your provider gives you. When you switch providers you can port or get a new number as required by the deal. Google will forward to up to six phone numbers at a time, just update the number to forward to whenever your actual number changes.

Google is kinda like the operator at a corporate office - it can forward calls to you no matter which "extension" (i.e. actual phone number) you're using.
thanks for the thorough explanation. repped.
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12GB/mo. ?
All three plan sizes are $45 for three months ($15/mo), so may as well get that one. Yes, it's 12GB each month (with unlimited 128kbps after that).
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Sorry to sound lazy, but can you clarify on this? Doesn't google voice charge a few of you port out or port in your number every time after the three months?
Besides receiving calls via google voice (GV), you could also call others showing GV number.
Download the google voice app and you could call others via both wifi and carrier wireless. When you dial out, you could choose to show GV number instead of your real number of the sim. In this way, you could always enjoy Mintmobile deal price.
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taking advantage of this for 3 months. transfer one of my existing lines from another company and will port it back in 3 months 🤙🏾
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I just switched over from Mint today. Did a 3mo trial. I bought a 3mo/8gb trial plan for like $35 on eBay. It was awful, my text messages kept not going through, I'd have to 'tap to resend' ovver and ovvver often. Even if it said I had bars. Then, what worse is there were many times I sent a text, it said it went through but never did. Also calls would not go through despite even being on WiFi and having wifi calling enabled. Both my wife and I experienced this on different model phones and decent TMobile coverage in our city.

I'll admit though that I never bothered to call their support to try to fix the issue. Maybe it's something they could have fixed, but I doubt it since it was both our phones.

Just signed up for $25 Sprint unlimited Kickstart (but yesterday was the last day to sign up, now it's $35)
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This is as good as it gets pal.
Edit: mint Mobile is on the T-Mobile network
It's actually not if you pay attention. Last Mint deal was $10/mo for 6 months, could be immediately extended to 12 months.

Black Friday they've also hinted at 'something big' .. so signing up now this close to BF for $15/mo is for suckers.
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