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360-Day Red Pocket Prepaid Plan: Unlimited Talk & Text + 5GB Data / Month EXPIRED

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Red Pocket Store via eBay has 360-Day Red Pocket Prepaid Plan: Unlimited Talk & Text + 5GB Data / Month (SIM Kit) on sale for $195. Shipping is free. Thanks ariendj

Included every 30 days for 360 days:
  • Unlimited Talk
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 5GB 4G LTE Data
    • Runs on the GSMA (AT&T), CDMAS (Sprint) or CMDA-V (Verizon) networks via Red Pocket
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Inlcudes ATT, Sprint and Verizon networks.

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Last Edited by Red-PocketD December 11, 2019 at 04:44 PM
See the FP deal thread with a lot of info from Thanksgiving.

https://slickdeals.net/f/13621003-360-day-red-pocket-prepaid-plans-unlimited-talk-text-5gb-data-month-195-more-free-s-h?v=1

Latest update:
  • MMS, FaceTime over cellular and all of the most popular iPhone functions now work on the GSMA network if you are using an iPhone 6S (or SE) version or newer and have installed iOS version 13.3
  • 5GB plan includes Verizon. 15GB plan does not include Verizon.
  • Visual Voicemail works on both iPhones and Android. You may have to contact CS to enable this.
  • Must activate or renew service within 90 days
  • If renewing, you will NOT lose unused days. If you switch plans, it will immediately start the new plan (in which case you WILL lose unused days remaining under the old plan)
  • Red Pocket is a solid, long standing company with decent support

Just in case you didn't know, the 360-Day Red Pocket Prepaid Plan with 2GB LTE or 15GB LTE is also on sale!

$13.75/Mo Red Pocket Prepaid Wireless Phone Plan+Kit: UnImtd Everything + 2GB LTE [ebay.com]

$21.67/Mo Red Pocket Prepaid Wireless Phone Plan+Kit: Unlmtd Everything + 15GB LTE [ebay.com]


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If it doesn't work or works with low reception, you should contact them via live chat or by phone immediately. They'll ask you your phone's IMEI and serial # and/or carrier branded phone to confirm that in fact if you're using the right SIM kit, if you aren't, they'll give you the option of a refund or send out the correct SIM kit free.
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WiFi calling works on Android, only on GSMT

phones compatible for VoLTE for each network
GSMT - Android phones can only use VoLTE
CDMA - Both Android and iPhone
CDMAS - VoLTE can only be used with the following phones:
Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ LG V30+ iPhone 8, 8+, X, Xs, Xs Max and Xr Apple Watch

FaceTime will work with any Red Pocket network while the device has a data connection, either using your plan's mobile data or a WiFi connection.

For hotspot:
GSMA - Android
GSMT - Android and iPhone
CDMA - iPhone
CDMAS - Android and iPhone
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Nevermind, code stated above is account specific.
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When they say unlimited data , does it mean 2G data after 5GB LTE ?
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It appears eBay also has a sitewide coupon: TENTREAT.
Code doesn't work.
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When they say unlimited data , does it mean 2G data after 5GB LTE ?
Correct, but people have stated that it's basically unusable even at 2G.
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If you find the network connection isn't great and you have an unlocked phone, would they let you switch to another network that may be better in your area? For example, say I get the AT&T SIM and find that it's not great and want to try Verizon's instead, could I do that? Or would I be stuck with the AT&T for the full year?
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If you find the network connection isn't great and you have an unlocked phone, would they let you switch to another network that may be better in your area? For example, say I get the AT&T SIM and find that it's not great and want to try Verizon's instead, could I do that? Or would I be stuck with the AT&T for the full year?
If it doesn't work or works with low reception, you should contact them via live chat or by phone immediately. They'll ask you your phone's IMEI and serial # and/or carrier branded phone to confirm that in fact if you're using the right SIM kit, if you aren't, they'll give you the option of a refund or send out the correct SIM kit free.
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Anyone currently reading this switched to Red Pocket from Verizon? This looks very slick but I'm weary the service won't be the same. Currently paying $50+tax/month for a smaller plan with Verizon.

If it's just as reliable as Verizon I'll switch but I've never heard of Red Pocket.
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Anyone currently reading this switched to Red Pocket from Verizon? This looks very slick but I'm weary the service won't be the same. Currently paying $50+tax/month for a smaller plan with Verizon.

If it's just as reliable as Verizon I'll switch but I've never heard of Red Pocket.
Same, but I'm with Total Wireless (Verizon MVNO). Any noticeable differences? I have this fragmented memory that RP had issues with like group texting or image texting or something, am I making that up?
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Anyone currently reading this switched to Red Pocket from Verizon? This looks very slick but I'm weary the service won't be the same. Currently paying $50+tax/month for a smaller plan with Verizon.

If it's just as reliable as Verizon I'll switch but I've never heard of Red Pocket.
I've used them a couple of times. The first time was a few years ago, but recently we tried in for my daughter at school as Verizon and AT&T get coverage there but the others don't. We used a Verizon RP SIM and she said on several occasions that the coverage was hit and miss - not on par with the folks that were on Verizon proper. I'm not sure if they're not using all of VZW's towers or what, but I'm wary of jumping back in ATM.
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Anyone currently reading this switched to Red Pocket from Verizon? This looks very slick but I'm weary the service won't be the same. Currently paying $50+tax/month for a smaller plan with Verizon.

If it's just as reliable as Verizon I'll switch but I've never heard of Red Pocket.
I've heard good things mainly, but I'd buy a standalone month first before jumping in for a year. I'm a huge fan of mvno's but jumping from a mno to an mvno is a notable risk for a full year, if you haven't used one before. You won't have a B&M store, priority data, roaming, or other features. For me, I've been very happy with carriers like this, but know others that can't stand it.
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Same, but I'm with Total Wireless (Verizon MVNO). Any noticeable differences? I have this fragmented memory that RP had issues with like group texting or image texting or something, am I making that up?
As far as I know it is a problem with group/MMS messaging on iOS devices on AT&T (Apple hasn't implemented the correct APN profile for RP). Works fine on android devices if you can enter a custom APN.
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