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T-Mobile Prepaid SIMs Are On Sale For One Cent Again

The T-Mobile Website's on again, off again one cent sale on prepaid SIM cards is on again.

Now through 8/6/14 Prepaid SIM Activation Kits are on sale for a one cent with free shipping with the code SIMDEAL. The regular price is $10. They are available in mini (aka regular), mini/micro combo and nano sizes.

The kits include a SIM and an activation code. The activation code is required when activating a new line of service on any T-Mobile prepaid plan including the $30/month 5 GB of data, unlimited messaging and 100 minutes plan, which is only available with new online activations.

Mobile broadband SIMs in mini, micro and nano sizes are also on sale for a penny with the SIMDEAL code.These SIMs can be used to activate a tablet or hotspot on any T-Mobile Prepaid Mobile Internet plan. They also let you activate a supported tablet on any T-Mobile Mobile Internet plan including the 200 MB/month free plan.

There's a limit 3 SIMs per per order and 5 SIMS over a period of 30 days.

Related post: Prepaid Operator Profile: T-Mobile

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  1. Nice deal. Otherwise if they would upgrade their "1cent" network, then they would definitely be worth a second look.

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    1. I agree! I have to drive about 30 miles before I am able to pick up a T-Mobile signal. :)

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    2. Just curious, where y'all live? In the Las Vegas metro area the T-Mobile network is pretty good.

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    3. Rural central Pennsylvania ...

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  2. T-Mobile has the worst website, it's always down or when you check out it times our or can't process. Their prices besides the childish $30 plan aren't that competitive.

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    1. childish? obviously must be a tmobile hater. just ignore the throll. lol

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  3. It won't let me add more than one sim and it asks for my SS#, talk about controlling.

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    1. That sounds like you are on the post paid site. I ordered two SIMs in one order during the last 1 cent promo and it only asked for my credit card and shipping info. Try links in the post they go to the T-Mobile Prepaid site.

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    2. Oh I didn't think Tmobile had post paid anymore! Their website in confusing me, first I see a $50 plan that includes 500mb, then a $50 plan that includes 1 gig, then it says tethering is allowed on all plans then only mentions it under the $80 plan, I just like to know what I am getting, maybe I'm just reading it wrong!

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    3. I agree, T-Mobile's site is confusing. The prepaid part has URLs that start with prepaid-phones.t-mobile.com. But some of the links on the prepaid part of the site lead to postpaid pages.

      The $50 and higher prepaid plans allow tethering up to the plan's hi-sp[edd data limut or 5GB on the $80 plam. The $30 one does too but only 100MB of the 5GB can be used for tethering.

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    4. Thanks for clearing that up Dennis, so the $80 plan specificailly gets a separate allotment for strictly tethering of 5GB? I think I'll just link from here from now on!

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  4. Dennis, unrelated question, can you put a Cricket SIM in a Go Phone? In a locked AT&T Phone?

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    1. I'd appreciate it is you asked Cricket questions on a Cricket post, but yes Cricket SIMs work in GoPhones.

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  5. Is the tablet plan the same as activating a hotspot only plan? thanks

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    1. Except for the free plan, T-Mobile doesn't have any tablet-only plans. The paid mobile broadband plans work with tablets or hotspots. The free plan doesn't work with hotspots only tablets.

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    2. Thanks, do you know about using a tablet as a hotspot for other devices, if that is allowed on tmobile?

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    3. Hotspot is allowed on paid broadband plans. I not sure about the free plan but I think it's allowed there too.

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    4. I have activated a T-Mobile broadband SIM on a Sonic 4G hotspot for the free 200 MB plan. So the free plan seems to work with hotspots (at least T-Mobile branded) too. You have to put the SIM in the hotspot (or even USB modem like Jet or Rocket) and go to mim.t-mobile,com through the device to start activation and then you get the free option.

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  6. Thanks Dennis, I guess Tmobile can tell what kind of device the sim is in?!

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    1. Generally they can, especially if it's one off their branded devices.

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