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Redpocket GSMA (AT&T) or CDMAS (Sprint) Unlimited Calls, Unlimited Text and 5GB LTE data/month for 12 months @$219.0+taxes

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Last Edited by AnciusD November 27, 2019 at 12:26 PM
Now:US $195.00
$16.25/Mo Red Pocket Prepaid Wireless Phone Plan+Kit: Unlmtd Everything 5GB LTE


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I use this,. ATT coverage is the gold standard in my area. Pay $30 a month to month. 5GB is enough because I'm mostly using my phone in wifi areas such as my house (who isn't, really? who needs these vast amounts of data?).

So this would be a nice savings but I dont feel like outlaying 219 right now especially with holidays LOL. The other thing is you never know when a better deal will come (with any carrier) and it wont be good to be locked in for a long amount of time that you've already paid for.

But yeah I have zero issues with red pocket. I dont communicate with them. My phone works, the end.
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Great deal, Iv'e used red pocket in the past when i Transferred to south Africa for a year and didn't want to lose my phone number, ported it over to them and used their cheapest plan.
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Tempted. Should I get it now or see if ebay will come out with a 10% or 15% off? Should I risk it?
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ultramobile and mint mobile has better deals
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I've been using Red Pocket ever since Cricket got rid of their $20 / month plan. It has worked great. You also get free Hotspot Tethering, although it did require some customer service assistance to get it working properly. You have to activate your service within 90 days of purchase. And if you are getting a Refill, wait until you are at the end of your current service before you use it. I checked with their Customer Service agent, and was told that if you add a renewal pin, it will automatically cancel your current service. Glad I checked before I renewed. Funny how those policies always benefit the company and never the customer.
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$80 more you can get double the gb to 10gb instead is 5gb
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Does anyone know what they mean by unlimited data and 5gb LTE? If you use up the 5gb do you get cutoff or drop down to unlimited 3G or something?
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I use RP on the AT&T network as its cheapest "unlimited" plan out there.

That being said, RP has extremely low priority on AT&T's network. For instance when I am flying and the flight lands, I can hear other folks get their voicemails, start making calls, etc, and my phone is still "searching for service". I will get connected to LTE data, but almost when the plane is at the gate (those extra 20-30 seconds may not be a long time, but everytime you restart your phone or when you get back in coverage, it definitely gets annoying quick).

The other issue is that sending/receiving MMS does not work between iPhones and non-iPhone users. So basically people who don't have an iPhone can send me messages and think I'm being a bigger ass than usual since I don't reply (well, can't reply if I don't get it right?). Anyhows, sucks that we are nearly in 2020 and this shit still hasn't been figured out.

Otherwise, if you need the cheapest, unlimited plan, this works! I'm likely gonna stick with it for another year!
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https://slickdeals.net/f/13598059-ultra-mobile-12-mo-unlimited-talk-text-6gb-4g-lte-prepaid-plan-sim-kit-162?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

About $50 less (before tax) for 12 mos of T-Mobile coverage and 6GB LTE/Mo data (2G after that)
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Does anyone know what they mean by unlimited data and 5gb LTE? If you use up the 5gb do you get cutoff or drop down to unlimited 3G or something?
Exactly. Lots of carriers use this language to say "unlimited" which is factual but twisting the truth. It's a 5 GB plan that throttles the speed to 2G speeds (check the fine print for their estimate) when you hit the limit.

It's nice that any messages/notifications that are data-based still work, but not really fast enough to do anything of value otherwise in my experience
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I use RP on the AT&T network as its cheapest "unlimited" plan out there.

That being said, RP has extremely low priority on AT&T's network. For instance when I am flying and the flight lands, I can hear other folks get their voicemails, start making calls, etc, and my phone is still "searching for service". I will get connected to LTE data, but almost when the plane is at the gate (those extra 20-30 seconds may not be a long time, but everytime you restart your phone or when you get back in coverage, it definitely gets annoying quick).

The other issue is that sending/receiving MMS does not work between iPhones and non-iPhone users. So basically people who don't have an iPhone can send me messages and think I'm being a bigger ass than usual since I don't reply (well, can't reply if I don't get it right?). Anyhows, sucks that we are nearly in 2020 and this shit still hasn't been figured out.

Otherwise, if you need the cheapest, unlimited plan, this works! I'm likely gonna stick with it for another year!
Pretty sure that's an at&t + iPhone thing. They can each blame each other:
At&t won't auto provision your phone for mvno's (RP, h20, etc) but will for their service branches (at&t postpaid, at&t prepaid, cricket) for data and mms. And iPhones won't let you edit your access point names (apn) settings. Android phones will let you, and therefore mms on at&t mvno's still work with them, but they need manual setup.

It's the same thing on h20 wireless when I had it. It's usually advertised on all of their FAQs.
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$80 more you can get double the gb to 10gb instead is 5gb
That is CDMA. This is the best I could find for AT&T based GSMA service.
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Tempted. Should I get it now or see if ebay will come out with a 10% or 15% off? Should I risk it?
I got this one couple weeks back when they had 10% bucks back. So I got about $22 in credit for next month.
That would be the best case for it. I have not seen it cheaper or as a better deal myself.
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