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$35 Account Credit For Switching to Virgin Mobile



Virgin Mobile USA launched a new promotion today. New Virgin Mobile customers who purchase "selected" Android phones from virginmobileusa.com between now and Oct 21 and activate it on a new Virgin Mobile Beyond Talk account by Nov 1 will receive a $35 account credit within 30 days of activation. 

At the moment at least the offer is good on all of Virgin Mobile's Android phones, many of which are on sale. Some of the better sale phones include the: 

LG Optimus F3 LTE Android phone $149.99 (reg $179.99)

Samsung Galaxy Ring Android phone $152.99 (reg $179.99)

Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE Android phone $194.99 (reg $249.99)

Samsung Galaxy S III LTE Android phone $349.99 (reg $399.99)

Details of the offer are:
  • Available from 7am EST, 10/08/13 through 7am EST, 10/22/13 or while supplies last.
  • New customers are eligible for phone discount plus $35 account bonus. Existing customers are not eligible for the account bonus promotion but may purchase a device on sale.
  • Offer valid only on new Beyond Talk devices purchased & activated on a valid Beyond Talk plan on virginmobileusa.com. Excludes taxes.
  • $35 account bonus applied toward any new Beyond Talk account within 30 days of successful activation & Top-Up completed by 11/1/13.
  • Bonus may not be exchanged/redeemed for cash or merchandise and may not be combined with other offers/promotions.
  • Limit of one account bonus redemption per new account.
  • Virgin Mobile reserves the right to modify, extend or cancel this offer at any time.
  • Not available in all markets and only valid for new devices purchased and activated on virginmobileusa.com during promotional period.
  • Services subject to additional terms, restrictions and other conditions.

7 comments:

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  1. Boost has a better promotion. I would just go with Boost and is the same company under sprint.

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  2. This is a finger in the eye of existing Virgin customers.

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  3. I don't see where Boost is better unless you need unlimited minutes. It will never go down to $35 for Smartphones. I have been a VM customer for 3 yrs and am very happy. Recently upgraded to S3 for 20% off. They are not Verizon or even ATT but are much better and cheaper than TMO for service and phones. Boost and VM are virtually the same, but if you don't need more than 300 minutes, VM is a better deal.

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  4. Many people like Virgin. My daughter gave it a good, 10-month try in a major metro area. Her BF has an identical Sprint iPhone 4S. The Virgin phone dropped calls in moving vehicles, showed no service quite a few times, and many times had no data where the Sprint iphone had no problems. I wouldn't think Sprint would roam in a major metro area, but perhaps it does. The Virgin phone was reset a couple of times and checks out fine - it's the PRL/service. She is much happier with a ST iPhone5 on Pageplus service now. Her bill is down $15/month after all discounts on both 1200-minute plans. We'll sell the Virgin iPhone....

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  5. They updated the deal for the Virgin Mobile Supreme to 30% off the phone and a $70 account credit. But it's only for that phone.

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    1. Thanks, I added the Supreme deal to the Prepaid Phones On Sale This Week page. It looks like the $209.99 price for the Supreme is good today only

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  6. I'd like Virgin a lot more if they had more phones with keyboards and were on a more substantial network.

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