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T-Mobile Prepaid SIMs Are Back on Sale for 99¢

It's baack! Now though 9/13/15, Prepaid SIMs are once again on sale for 99¢ on the T-Mobile USA Website when you use the promo code SIM99 at checkout. 

When they aren't on sale, T-Mobile SIMs are a ridiculous $15 each, so you might want to stock up now for future use. 

The prepaid phone 3-in-1 SIM Starter Kits include a nano SIM with mini and micro adapters and an activation code.

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

If you have a tablet or mobile broadband device, these SIMs can be used to activate a tablet or hotspot on any T-Mobile Prepaid or postpaid Mobile Internet plan. They also let you activate a supported tablet on T-Mobile's Free Data for Life plan which comes with 200 MB of data per month absolutely free.

Prepaid SIMs can also be used as replacement SIMs for any T-Mobile account, postpaid or prepaid.

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

I'm disappointed that T-Mobile has switched from selling individual SIMs in mini, micro and nano sizes to using adapters which have a history of damaging phones. Maybe the adapters T-Mobile is shipping are better than than the ones that broke phones, but I'm very wary of using an adapter in any phone where the SIM slides into a blind slot.

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  1. So T-Mobile is only selling these 3-in-1 kits now? It seems that a couple of months ago when the 3-in-1 kits were introduced, they still offered the choice of mini or micro SIMs too (perhaps only with the mobile internet plan SIMs that did not include an activation code).

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    1. The included nano-to-micro adapter is better than the one I bought from Amazon. Bad adapters can end up making the SIM hard to put in and take out, but in my case, the nano-to-micro adapter makes it easier to pull the SIM from the S5.

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  2. Worth noting that that the SIMs I received yesterday must be activated by 01/27/2018. That's long enough so not a bad idea to stock a few for emergencies - $3.15 incl tax for 3.

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