AT&T MVNO H2O Wireless is running a promotion that gives users a 10% discount in return for signing up for auto-pay, which H2O calls auto recharge. The discount is a limited time promotion. You need to enroll in auto recharge by April 19, 2014 to be eligible. The discount itself applies for 12 months after signup.
Auto recharge can be used with any plan, except family plans, but the only frequency choices are every 7, 14 and 29 days which makes using it with H2O's 90 and 365 day pay as you go plans impractical. I don't get the point of the 29 day duration either as H2O's monthly plans expire every 30 days.
The discount is for new auto recharge signups, current auto recharge users aren't eligible. Presumably, current auto recharge users could cancel auto recharge and re-enroll to get the discount.
To enroll in auto recharge, log in to your H2O online profile and click the "No time to keep track of expiration date?" link.
Current H2O plans
|Monthly Cost||Voice||Int'l Voice||SMS domestic / Int'l||MMS||Data|
|$3.33 and up 1||5¢/min||5¢ / 10¢||10¢||10¢/MB|
|$30||unlimited||$5 credit||unlimited / 100, overage 10¢||unlimited||500 MB|
|$40||unlimited||$20 credit||unlimited / 100, overage 10¢||unlimited||1 GB|
|$50||unlimited||unlimited to 50 counties + $40 credit||unlimited / unlimited||unlimited||2 GB 2|
|$60||unlimited||$20 credit||unlimited / 100, overage 10¢||unlimited||unlimited 2|
2 $50 2 GB plan is reportedly throttled after 1 GB, $60 "unlimited" data is throttled at 2 GB and cut off at 3 GB. Throttled speed is approximately 128 Kbps.
Source: H2O via HowardForums
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