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TPO Mobile Offers 50% Off on First Month of Service

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If you've been thinking about getting service by The People's Operator US or TPO Mobile, now is the best time to do it. As of this writing, this MVNO operating under Sprint and T-Mobile networks has a promotion for those who are getting their first month of service. From today until July 1st, you will be entitled to a 50% off on the price of all TPO Mobile plans, unlimited monthly plans. This includes their unlimited monthly plans, tablet plans, and international plans.

Among the mobile plans eligible for the 50% promotion include the following: 

  • Kind Plan - Comes with 1000 minutes of talk, unlimited text and 500MB of high speed data. Regular price: $21 ($16 with autopay), Now: $10.50 ($8 with autopay)
  • Noble Plan - Comes with unlimited talk and text, 2GB of high speed data. Regular price: $30 ($25 with autopay), Now: $15 ($12.50 with autopay)
  • Caring Plan - Comes with unlimited talk and text, 3GB of high speed data. Regular price: $40 ($35 with autopay), Now: $20 ($17.50 with autopay)
  • Hero Plan - Comes with unlimited talk and text, 5GB of high speed data. Regular price: $45 ($40 with autopay), Now: $22.50 ($20 with autopay)
  • International Mobile Plan - Comes with unlimited talk and text, 2.5GB of high speed data and unlimited mobile and landline calling to Mexico & Canada. Regular price: $44 ($39 with autopay), Now: $22 ($19.50 with autopay)
  • Tablet Plan - Comes with 2GB of data. Regular price: $25 ($20 with autopay), Now: $12.50 ($10 with autopay)

These plans qualify for the discount only for the first month, with and without the $5 auto pay discount. To qualify for the discount, you will need to activate your service plan before July 11, 2016.  The plans don't include taxes and fees so they will still need to be added. BYOP is supported by the carrier so you can bring in an eligible GSM or Sprint device to activate service.

As they have elaborated in the past, they donate 10% of the user's monthly bill to a charity chosen by the subscriber. In the meantime, 25% of their corporate profits goes to the TPO Foundation, which then distributes the funds to various charity groups.


Source: TPO Mobile 

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  1. Tempting, but I wouldn't drop Cricket unless TPO's 3GB plan was $15 cheaper.

    There's also the phone problem.

    T-mo devices with 2GB of RAM tend to go for twice as much as comparable offerings from Big Blue / Little Green.

    Anyway, TPO is already a questionable investment as babbies first MVNO, what with there being no guarantees of longevity, but switching from another carrier just isn't that lucrative.

    It seems more like a home away from home for those who, for whatever reasons, already splurged on T-mo and just want a cheaper place to park their device.

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    1. "Tempting, but I wouldn't drop Cricket unless TPO's 3GB plan was $15 cheaper."

      You'd pay a lot less for much less coverage (meaning the phone being useless twice as much).

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    2. Bunk. AT&T says their network covers 275K more square miles than T-Mobiles. That is only 9% of the land in the 48 states. You pay a lot less with TPO for a little less coverage.

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