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T-Mobile.com is offering their T-Mobile Prepaid 3-In-1 SIM Starter Kit on sale for $0.99 w/ promo code SIM99 (apply in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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Be sure to apply your promo code in cart under "Have a promo code? Enter it now". The 3-in-1 SIM Starter Kit includes a Nano SIM card with Micro and Standard SIM adapters. For use with unlocked, compatible GSM phones. Once you receive your SIM card in the mail, slip it into your phone and activate the SIM. - Discombobulated

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Written by DJ3xclusive Edited October 10, 2016 at 12:25 PM by cricket702
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just to clear up any confusion on this thread:

I called T-Mobile and the customer service rep that looked into the order I placed for these sim starter kits said they are indeed already pre-activated with a phone number already assigned to them and if not used within 20 days will expire and become unusable. I tried to cancel my order, but he said it was too late and was already in the shipping process stage and apologized. hope this helps someone.
They've always come with expiration date...at least a couple years out. I have a pile of them expired from their free deals unfortunately. Thought maybe it would just apply to the free minutes these used to come with, but couldn't even use it for a SIM swap.

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thanks in for one
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Thanks. Very helpful to have around. I have a couple tablets I need to get on the free data for life 200MB prepaid plan. Easier to pay $1 for a new unactivated SIM than convince a customer service agent to switch my postpaid SIMs to prepaid and give me the free 200MB plan.
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Been trying T-Mobile for a few weeks while keeping my old plan intact. If I want to transfer my old # to the T-Mobile plan, would I need to buy another T-Mobile sim card?
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These come with an expiration date now, right? Anyone know how long they're good for?
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I remember when they were free
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does it come with free mins?
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does it come with free mins?
They do not come with free minutes anymore IIRC, but you can do speed tests for free to see how fast T-Mobile is in your area before committing.
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These come with an expiration date now, right? Anyone know how long they're good for?
They've always come with expiration date...at least a couple years out. I have a pile of them expired from their free deals unfortunately. Thought maybe it would just apply to the free minutes these used to come with, but couldn't even use it for a SIM swap.
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I remember when they were free
oh I member!
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They've always come with expiration date...at least a couple years out. I have a pile of them expired from their free deals unfortunately. Thought maybe it would just apply to the free minutes these used to come with, but couldn't even use it for a SIM swap.
I usually try to at least activate my SIMs. With my Lyca Mobile, I activated them and use them number verification for Perk and make free 1-800 calls! Those SIMs are still 1 penny on Amazon. I think free speed tests was as far as I got with the T-mobile ones. With the Freedompop SIMs, makes the free 200MB T-mobile SIMS not look like a good deal anymore, since you can get so much free data from FP.
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Can you use it for an existing prepaid plan?
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