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Promoted 11-12-2014 by iconian at 02:24 PM View Original Post
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Net On The Run.com is offering service on T-Mobile's Network (Unlimited Talk, Text, Web (5GB of 4G LTE Data/month) + $50 Amazon Gift Card w/ Auto-payment Enabled for $45/month. Shipping is free. Thanks yuugotserved

Please note, existing T-Mobile numbers will not be ported/transferred. If you are not actively registered for auto-payment service; the rate will increase to $55/month but you will still receive a $50 Amazon Gift Card. You will also receive a SIM card in the mail. Please refer to the forum thread for additional details.

Includes
  • Unlimited Talk
  • Unlimited Text
  • Unlimited Web (5GB 4G LTE Data/month)
  • T-Mobile "Music Freedom"
  • Tethering/Hotspot 5GB LTE Shared

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Written by iconian

Your credit card will be kept on file and every month you will be billed automatically $45/month. You may opt out anytime you wish. If you have any questions, you may email your inquiries to: support@netontherun.com - Discombobulated

SIM cards are expected to ship 11/14 and service for rest of November is included.

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Edited October 24, 2014 at 07:43 PM by yuugotserved
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Service on T-Mobile's Network [netontherun.com]

You will receive SIM card in mail and will have service for the remainder of October (about a week). You will then be charged $45 in December and when you sign up for autopayment for $45/month you will receive a $50 Amazon Gift Card via email.

What is Autopayment? Credit card will be kept on file and every month you will be billed automatically ($45/month). You may opt out anytime you wish.

Please NOTE: if you are not actively registered for auto-payment service rate will increase to $55 p/month but you will still receive the $50 Amazon Gift Card

Includes
  • Unlimited Talk
  • Unlimited Text
  • Unlimited Web (5GB 4G LTE Data/month)
$45 with free shipping

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Last Edited by dabrownhornet January 5, 2015 at 09:54 AM
IiCorrect link for this deal: http://mynetontherun.com/

What does WEB mean? Does it mean http only?

Netflix, YouTube, facebook and most other apps don't use WEB, they use data through other protocols. Does this mean Net-On-The-Run is leaving the door open?

Good point- in this case web/data are synonymous. We updated it to "data" to be more clearclear

How do we setup for auto pay so that we don't miss out on the deal? Their website is not configured for users to access their account and configure payment options.

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If you guys have any questions/concerns, please post them in the Wiki or create a reply. Thanks!
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Unlimited 5gb Web huh?
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Quote from wipeoutlol View Post :
Unlimited 5gb Web huh?

standard verbiage on TMO's site Stick Out Tongue


Unlimited for first 5GB then throttled Smilie
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can existing t-mobile users (i.e. simple choice) sign up?
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Does the $39 startup fee apply?
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Quote from mr5parkle View Post :
can existing t-mobile users (i.e. simple choice) sign up?

Not sure but I'm sure the merchant rep will be able to answer your question.
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Quote from yuugotserved View Post :
standard verbiage on TMO's site Stick Out Tongue


Unlimited for first 5GB then throttled Smilie
Oh lol.. Not bad
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Quote from wipeoutlol View Post :
Oh lol.. Not bad

I have the walmart $30 plan w/ 100 mins and 5GB LTE and I can never use up my data unless I'm streaming Netflix Smilie
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Quote from mr5parkle View Post :
can existing t-mobile users (i.e. simple choice) sign up?
Sorry, for new activations only through NetOnTheRun.

Quote from anothauserhere View Post :
Does the $39 startup fee apply?
$45 includes all- no additional fees
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Last edited by NetOnTheRun October 21, 2014 at 05:57 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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Nice deal. You don't even know you are using an mvno because the sim cards say tmobile and when you put it on your phone it says tmobile on top left of screen plus you don't have to deal with apn settings.

edit: if there any way for me to get two lines with less data for anything less than $45/m? (i already using service with another acc)
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Last edited by ElBerryKM13 October 21, 2014 at 06:00 PM.
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Already pay this on Straight Talk AT&T. 3 month refills through Walmart. I tried the $30 100 minutes plan and T-Mobile only worked well in my area outside.
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Already pay this on Straight Talk AT&T. 3 month refills through Walmart. I tried the $30 100 minutes plan and T-Mobile only worked well in my area outside.
I thought Straight Talk was 3 GB not 5GB 4G LTE?
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