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This plan is only available to new Tello users. Deal is for a one-time credit to be applied to your Tello account covering 6 months of service on the following bundle: unlimited talk&text+ 2GB/month. Additional terms and conditions apply, refer to the promotion page for complete details. -Corwin

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Stacksocial has 6 months of Tello service with unlimited talk/text and 2 GB LTE data per month for just $42 after using coupon BFSAVE15 . For people who can live with Sprint network and low data usage could be a great plan.

https://stacksocial.com/sales/tel...s-lte-data > Now $41.65
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Last Edited by neiku November 27, 2019 at 12:50 AM
PORT-IN ALLOWED, if necessary.

I got an email from PayPal for $5 stacksocial store cash. YMMV.

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Good deal. I really like this company, but learned the hard way that Sprint has phone-specific sim cards. My Pixel 3a XL wouldn't work with the $3 3-in-1 sim card from Amazon (worked for 2 hours then phone or service rejected it; not sure).

I'm on the 100 min / unl text / 2 GB plan. And pay $11.24 per month (after tax).

Their app is nice for watching your usage and you can place outgoing calls over WiFi (no inbound or SMS). Their support has been amazing: picks up right away and knows what they are talking about. One negative is that MMS is disabled after the data limit even though it's only throttled.
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This is untrue. I just ported my Spring postpaid phone number. I did not need the stacksocial.com instructions at all. I used a Tello referral link (no link works the same way, except no bonus for both sides). Tello sign-up page has a place to enter stacksocial claim code. Intuitive to use. I used a spare Sprint phone for porting because someone said same phone Sprint to Tello porting may take longer. At Tello sign-up website, I chose to bring my own phone. It then showed an option to port in a number. Porting Sprint to Tello requires Sprint PIN and Sprint account number! I started porting at 8 pm Monday evening. Status showed Porting all night. At 7:15 am Tuesday. Sprint line disconnected and then right away my Tello phone became alive after I provisioned it (dial ##72786# for Android models, except some Moto phones and iPhone. See Tello.com FAQ for details). I guess porting during normal working hours could be much faster.
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thanks op.. do u think we can combine 10% for first time user through stacksocial? and also can we use store credit deal of $100 for $80?
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Good deal. I really like this company, but learned the hard way that Sprint has phone-specific sim cards. My Pixel 3a XL wouldn't work with the $3 3-in-1 sim card from Amazon (worked for 2 hours then phone or service rejected it; not sure).

I'm on the 100 min / unl text / 2 GB plan. And pay $11.24 per month (after tax).

Their app is nice for watching your usage and you can place outgoing calls over WiFi (no inbound or SMS). Their support has been amazing: picks up right away and knows what they are talking about. One negative is that MMS is disabled after the data limit even though it's only throttled.
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new customer only.
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you need to activate this plan within 30 days of purchase
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Yeah, just saw that - bummer. I'm very happy with tello. I'm paying $10 a month for unlimited talk/text and 1GB data, and I rarely ever use half of that since I have wifi at work and at home.

The only thing that sucks with tello is that finding a Sprint Unlocked phone can be a bit of a challenge. I'm happy with my trusty Galaxy S7 but would like to get an S10e, but haven't found a sprint-unlocked one as of yet. If anyone knows the proper Sprint SIM for the S10e, please share.

Thanks and reps OP for this good deal!
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Yeah, just saw that - bummer. I'm very happy with tello. I'm paying $10 a month for unlimited talk/text and 1GB data, and I rarely ever use half of that since I have wifi at work and at home.

The only thing that sucks with tello is that finding a Sprint Unlocked phone can be a bit of a challenge. I'm happy with my trusty Galaxy S7 but would like to get an S10e, but haven't found a sprint-unlocked one as of yet. If anyone knows the proper Sprint SIM for the S10e, please share.

Thanks and reps OP for this good deal!
Not an s10e, but go get the Pixel 3a for $250 at Google Fi. Activate one day only, cancel, keep the phone and use it on Tello immediately. Keep in mind you might need a new sim card for a new phone (not just phone size, but sim model)
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Yeah, just saw that - bummer. I'm very happy with tello. I'm paying $10 a month for unlimited talk/text and 1GB data, and I rarely ever use half of that since I have wifi at work and at home.

The only thing that sucks with tello is that finding a Sprint Unlocked phone can be a bit of a challenge. I'm happy with my trusty Galaxy S7 but would like to get an S10e, but haven't found a sprint-unlocked one as of yet. If anyone knows the proper Sprint SIM for the S10e, please share.

Thanks and reps OP for this good deal!

most deals don't give a damn about current customers. That's why I always change cell phone providers every year to get best deal. No point of staying with them if they don't give a damn.
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That's a nice deal. I recently switched from Tello to Mint for the better coverage (t-mobile vs Sprint,) and Mint was only a few bucks more for more data. I pay $15 per month (paid annually) for each of my kids.
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The only thing that sucks with tello is that finding a Sprint Unlocked phone can be a bit of a challenge. I'm happy with my trusty Galaxy S7 but would like to get an S10e, but haven't found a sprint-unlocked one as of yet. If anyone knows the proper Sprint SIM for the S10e, please share.
I'm reasonably sure you can use the Ting sim for the Galaxy on Tello.

https://ting.com/shop/nanosimC10
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Good deal. I really like this company, but learned the hard way that Sprint has phone-specific sim cards. My Pixel 3a XL wouldn't work with the $3 3-in-1 sim card from Amazon (worked for 2 hours then phone or service rejected it; not sure).

I'm on the 100 min / unl text / 2 GB plan. And pay $11.24 per month (after tax).

Their app is nice for watching your usage and you can place outgoing calls over WiFi (no inbound or SMS). Their support has been amazing: picks up right away and knows what they are talking about. One negative is that MMS is disabled after the data limit even though it's only throttled.
Doesn't the 3aXL use esim. I have the 3a on Sprint and I use the esim. No physical sim card needed.
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Thanks. Was able to apply the 10% discount code you get when accessing the site.
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WARNING: PORTS NOT ALLOWED

I just bought this, thinking I can port my current number to Tello but according to the instructions, it says you must create a new number.
Click the Redemption Link above
Make sure the unlimited talk&text+2GB/month bundle is selected and hit "I want this plan"
Create your account with tello.com by clicking Create a new account.
Enter your name, email address, and password
Click to agree the terms and conditions
Click Join Tello
Copy and Paste the above Serial Code into the Coupon Code Field
then you scroll down and click on "Get started" in the "Keep your old phone" section
You will then need a phone ESN to bring to Tello
After you click "check ESN", scroll down, click on "No, I want a new number from Tello"
Click "Continue"
Finish checkout details (address and coverage data)
click apply coupon code, the total due will be $0 and will validate that this plan is for free for the first 6 months.
click finalize order You're all set! You're now subscribed to Unlimited talk&text, plus 2GB/month of data for 6 months.
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