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New US Mobile Customers: 100-Day Free Trial w/ Unlimited Talk, Text + 15GB Data EXPIRED

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US Mobile is offering New Customers: 100-Day Free Trial with Unlimited Talk, Text, and 15GB Data (Port-In + Autopay Required).

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Note: Autopay must be enabled to receive the 100 day free trial. If trial isn't cancelled, plan will automatically renew.

SIM Options: If you have a compatible phone, you can port-in and activate immediately with eSIM. Otherwise, you may opt to have a SIM card starter kit shipped to you for free.

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    • Port-in is required to receive the 100 day free trial.
    • Without port-in, there is only a 10 day free trial.
    • Autopay must be enabled to receive the 100-day trial. Set a calendar reminder to cancel your trial before it autorenews.
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usmobile is having a port in promotion for new accounts when you transfer a line in you get 100 days free when you order a new sim kit.

15 gb of data per month with unlimited talk and text. Reduced speeds at you use the premium data up.

https://www.usmobile.com/get-started
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Last Edited by dissension89 November 26, 2022 at 07:10 PM
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Must use a new phone imei if you have previously tried a free trial.
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minivan05 asked this question on 11-28-2022 at 03:09 PM
11-28-2022 at 03:09 PM
Yes you can!
NEW0 asked this question on 11-26-2022 at 10:53 AM
12-01-2022 at 03:01 PM
I chatted with them:

Me: I want to sign up for your 100 day Warp 5G free trial. I have 3 or 4 lines that I want to port in. Is there a limit on the number of free trials I can receive (if the numbers are all distinct)? Or, should I create separate accounts for each number?

Them: Yes, however please know that the free trial is limited to one per account

Me: Ok, thanks. Is it ok to create additional accounts for the same address?

Them: Yes, it's fine though however please know that in order to register a free trial you must use new accounts with a payment method that has not been used before.

Edit: The weird thing is, it didn't ask for a payment method when I just placed an order. So...
riverhorse asked this question on 11-27-2022 at 11:57 AM
Eternalpatience asked this question on 11-28-2022 at 01:24 PM
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US Mobile gave me a TERRIBLE hassle when I tried to port my number out after a previous free trial. Their customer verification system needs more work. First I validated the email address on the account, but then was asked to still call in to speak to a service rep. The service rep had me sign in to the account and verify the remaining days and expiration date of my current trial, but then said it did not match what was showing on their system. I had a screenshot of the dash and they still could not accept that. So then I had to go back in the account and literally create 3 answers to 3 security questions while on the call, and then read off my answers to him. I'm pretty sure the rep could hear my frustration at this rigamrole when I gave him three identical and wholly irrelevant answers.

If you know you're going to just dispose of the number after the trial, then free 100 day trial is still a free 100 day trial. But just be aware of possible hassles if you need to port out at the end.
I've had US Mobile for a couple months. So far its great. I'm using the Verizon network / sim and 5G gets high priority. 4G does get deprioritized if busy. I swapped from Total by Verizon when I couldn't activate my Pixel 7. US Mobile activated with esim and card on my Pixel 7 and hotspot works fine. Highly recommend so far. Wish I had gotten in on this!
This may be a ticket out of T-Mobile and return after 90 days as a new customer to get their new customer deals.

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what's the up to 100 days part and what is the 10 day trial part? I'm confused by the offer.
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Do they have esim option too?
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what's the up to 100 days part and what is the 10 day trial part? I'm confused by the offer.
Second part is for those who port in the number
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what's the up to 100 days part and what is the 10 day trial part? I'm confused by the offer.
10 days, + 90 days IF you port over a number
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Do they have esim option too?
Yes, if your phone is compatible.
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Any reviews of US mobile? Looking to leave Red Pocket with 6 lines. Anyone know what the add on fees per month are for the basic unlimited family plan?
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Tempted to switch given my Mint plan cuts out in a few days, from what I see there is no downside, 15gb a month instead of 10gb on mint for the same price and it's monthly instead of an annual payment. VZW + T Mobile, Wifi calling now works with them too.. (Android user here)
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quick question - if i port in, i would still be able to use the current service until i recieve the sim kit and activate on us mobile, correct?
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Can I port a google voice number and use eSim?
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I've had US Mobile for a couple months. So far its great. I'm using the Verizon network / sim and 5G gets high priority. 4G does get deprioritized if busy. I swapped from Total by Verizon when I couldn't activate my Pixel 7. US Mobile activated with esim and card on my Pixel 7 and hotspot works fine. Highly recommend so far. Wish I had gotten in on this!
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