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3-Month Mint Mobile Unlimited Talk/Text/35GB LTE/Unlimited 2G Plan (New Lines)

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Mint Mobile offers New Customers: Unlimited Talk/Text/2G Data + 35GB LTE Data Prepaid Plan on sale at 3 Months for $90 or 12-Months for $360 ($30/mo.). Shipping is free. Thanks raulhurtadojr

Note: Eligible American Express cardholders can Get $45 Back as a statement credit (learn how).

Available plans:
  • 3-Months Prepaid $90 
  • 12-Months Prepaid $360
    • Important: After your intro period, if you wish to renew, price will revert to the standard rate of $40/mo. (3 months for $120 or 12 months for $480).
Includes
  • Unlimited Nationwide Talk & Text
  • Unlimited Data - 35GB at 4G LTE speed (throttled down to unlimited 2G data @ 128 kbps speed thereafter) per month
    • Note: Videos stream at 480p resolution when using mobile data
  • 5GB mobile hotSpot data per month
  • Free international calling to Mexico and Canada
  • WiFi Calling & Text
  • 3-in-1 SIM Card Kit
    • Mint Mobile operates on the T-Mobile network (see coverage map).
    • A T-Mobile or compatible GSM unlocked smartphone is required to activate/use this service.
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To keep this price after the intro period, you need to pay for 12 months to get this deal.

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Last Edited by LEGOProBuilder September 14, 2020 at 01:50 PM
Search eBay or Reddit for "$15 Mint Mobile Referral" - for new customers, the FREE referral link is in the eBay item description or Reddit post so there's no need to pay anything. REMEMBER sharing, advertising, or PMing referrals is a VIOLATION of SD rules & can result in a BAN.

To verify service quality, device compatibility, and signal availability in your area, try the $1 Mint Mobile Trial Kit from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Mint-Mobil...B0786RD524


EXISTING
Mint Mobile Customers


STEP 1
Go to Mint Account Management at https://my.mintmobile.com/ or through the app.

STEP 2
Head to Manage Plan. Then you can choose to switch your plan immediately, at your next monthly reset or at the end of our plan. You will need to pay the additional cost to upgrade. Existing customers are not eligible for introductory offers so you will need to pre-pay for 12 months to pay $30/mo.


NEW
Mint Mobile Customers


STEP 1
Check eBay (a listing description) or Reddit for a 'Mint Mobile Referral' to get a $15 account credit for your new Mint Mobile account. The FREE referral link is in the eBay item description or Reddit post so there's no need to pay anything. REMEMBER sharing, advertising, or PMing referrals is a VIOLATION of SD rules & can result in a BAN.

STEP 2
Make sure your ad blocker is temporarily disabled. Then, paste the link obtained in Step 1 in to the browser and let it redirect you to the Mint Mobile page. You should see a banner letting you know 'Join your friend on Mint and get $15 applied to your account.' You may also combine this with a cashback offer from a credit card like AMEX or a portal like T C B. You should still see the friendbuy banner after clicking through a portal. Click through the cashback portal last to minimize the chance of cashback issues (Last-Click Attribution). You could also opt to contact customer service 15 days after activation for the refer-a-friend credit and only use the cashback portal.

STEP 3
Click 'Shop Plans' in the navigation bar and choose the Unlimited plan.

STEP 4
Checkout with one SIM Kit. Repeat steps 2-4 again for each SIM Kit to maximize the offer.

STEP 5
Activate service within 45 days of your purchase, otherwise the SIM Kit will expire as will any friendbuy code associated with the order. You should see an account credit under 'Renewal Balance' (not Wallet) for $15 after 15 days of active service. If you don't see it, contact whomever you got the code from. Mint Support will ask for your their Mint email and your Mint email as well as your order number.
Thread discussing the Amex Offer https://slickdeals.net/f/14331521-amex-offers-spend-90-at-mint-mobile-get-45-back-ymmv?v=1
Thread when plan was introduced https://slickdeals.net/f/14331404-new-30-mint-unlimited-plan?v=1

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This is a 35GB plan with 5GB hotspot. The other plans can fully use up all the data as hotspot, like the 12GB plan can hotspot all 12GB.
Unlimited data on first 35gb? I don't think they really understand what does unlimited mean
Not unlimited data. it's slow down to slow ass 2G (64 kbps) can't even use google map with this crap speed after 35GB.

At this price, you could get Sprint kickstart with truly unlimited data.

https://www.mintmobile.com/plan-t...onditions/
Mint Mobile's "Unlimited Data" plan comes with 35GB of high-speed data, which is slowed to 64 kbps thereafter and reset at the next billing cycle.

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Not bad...something that actually finally beats the $40 metro plan. Also good for them for switching off that cringe AF "doesn't seem right" ad campaign lol
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This is a 35GB plan with 5GB hotspot. The other plans can fully use up all the data as hotspot, like the 12GB plan can hotspot all 12GB.
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Not unlimited data. it's slow down to slow ass 2G (64 kbps) can't even use google map with this crap speed after 35GB.

At this price, you could get Sprint kickstart with truly unlimited data.

https://www.mintmobile.com/plan-t...onditions/
Mint Mobile's "Unlimited Data" plan comes with 35GB of high-speed data, which is slowed to 64 kbps thereafter and reset at the next billing cycle.
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Unlimited data on first 35gb? I don't think they really understand what does unlimited mean
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does mint mobile throttle a lot like visible?
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does mint mobile throttle a lot like visible?
I have mints 12gb plan and in some areas there is no data when you are past the limit. When it's throttling you might be able to watch youtube at 144p with a little buffering
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This is a 35GB plan with 5GB hotspot. The other plans can fully use up all the data as hotspot, like the 12GB plan can hotspot all 12GB.
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Not unlimited data. it's slow down to slow ass 2G (64 kbps) can't even use google map with this crap speed after 35GB.

At this price, you could get Sprint kickstart with truly unlimited data.

https://www.mintmobile.com/plan-t...onditions/
Mint Mobile's "Unlimited Data" plan comes with 35GB of high-speed data, which is slowed to 64 kbps thereafter and reset at the next billing cycle.
thats so stupid of them.
they should at least do 12gig hotspot to match their 12gig plan.

also, match the 2g speeds of their 12gig plan (128k/sec) instead of 64k.
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[QUOTE=MusicShark;140240372]Not unlimited data. it's slow down to slow ass 2G (64 kbps) can't even use google map with this crap speed after 35GB.

At this price, you could get Sprint kickstart with truly unlimited data.

Can you even buy a Sprint Kickstart plan now?
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thats so stupid of them.
they should at least do 12gig hotspot to match their 12gig plan.

also, match the 2g speeds of their 12gig plan (128k/sec) instead of 64k.
Exactly. I hope this doesn't mean that Mint will now throttle all plans to 64kbps. That would be a step backward.
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Unlimited data on first 35gb? I don't think they really understand what does unlimited mean
Sorry, but I'm not sure you understand what unlimited means. Quote from their site:
"Data speeds reduce after 35GB but data is unlimited"

"Unlimited" means it never runs out; not that the speed never gets throttled.
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Sorry, but I'm not sure you understand what unlimited means. Quote from their site:
"Data speeds reduce after 35GB but data is unlimited"

"Unlimited" means it never runs out; not that the speed never gets throttled.
Perhaps you don't understand what slowed to unusable speed means.
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$30/month is introductory pricing. Actual pricing is $40/month. And data will throttle after 35GB (Which is still pretty good).
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