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Lycamobile Offers Two New Promotions for New Customers

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Lycamobile, a UK-based MVNO operating in the US under T-Mobile's network, has recently launched a couple of online promotions for customers.

3 for the price of 2

The first promotion Lycamobile is offering for a limited time period is for customers to purchase 3 months of service for the price of 2. The promotion is currently available for new customers who wish to make the most out of the phone service they are using. If you are interested in this promotion, you may use it on one of Lycamobile's plans being offered:
  • $19 Monthly Plan - includes unlimited nationwide talk & text, unlimited international texts, unlimited minutes to Canada, China, and 8 other countries; 100 MB of 4G LTE data
  • $23 Monthly Plan - includes unlimited nationwide talk & text, unlimited international texts, unlimited minutes to Canada, China, and 8 other countries; 500 MB of 4G LTE data
  • $29 Monthly Plan - includes unlimited nationwide talk & text, unlimited international texts, unlimited calls to India, China, Poland, Mexico, and over 50 countries; 1000 minutes to Colombia, Russia and 9 other countries; 150 bonus minutes to Peru, Mali, Nepal & Somalia National Link; 1100 minutes to Bangladesh, unlimited Nigeria landline calls and 300 minutes to call Nigeria mobile; 1 GB of 4G LTE data
  • $39 Monthly Plan - includes unlimited nationwide talk & text, unlimited international texts, unlimited calls to India, China, Poland, and over 70 countries; 1000 minutes to Russia and 5 other countries; 150 bonus minutes to Guatemala, Costa Rica, Cambodia, and over 14 other countries; 1100 minutes to Bangladesh, unlimited Nigeria landline calls and 600 minutes to call Nigeria mobile; 1 GB of 4G LTE data
  • $49 Monthly Plan - includes unlimited nationwide talk & text, unlimited international texts, unlimited calls to India, China, Poland, and over 70 countries; 1000 minutes to Colombia, Russia, Vietnam and 8 other countries; 150 bonus minutes to Guatemala, Costa Rica, Cambodia, and over 14 other countries; unlimited Nigeria landline calls and 300 minutes to call Nigeria mobile; 1 GB of 4G LTE data
To avail of this promotion, you simply have to choose the 3 months duration option upon ordering your new SIM from the website. Know more about this promotion by visiting their website today.

Magnificent Match

LYCA20. You simply have to choose from the plans they offer to know which one suits you best. This 20% off promotion is available on all Lycamobile plans:
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The other promotion currently available from Lycamobile is the Magnificent Match promotion. For a limited time period, you can get 20% off on the plans being offered along with the coupon code:

  • $19 plan
  • $23 international plan
  • $29 international plan
  • $35 high-speed data plan
  • $39 international plan
  • $45 high-speed data plan
  • $49 international plan
  • $55 high-speed data plan
  • $59 all-in-one international plan

Unfortunately, there's no option to combine the two promotions together. There's no word on when these promotions will end, except that they will only be available for a limited time. Get to know more by visiting their website.


Source: Lycamobile


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  1. I am still on PAYG, refill more than 2 yrs ago and has never been expired. Great.Love it.

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    1. GSM operators like T-Mobile will only roam in areas where they have roaming agreements, which generally corresponds to the places indicated as partner on their coverage maps. San Diego is not a partner area for T-Mobile.

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  2. Im sorry but T-Mobile based service is just not enough for me. I was in San Diego all weekend going from place to place and my T-mo service even with roaming and a band 12 capable phone was going in and out of service so bad that it was killing my battery. When I checked the coverage map for the places that I frequent the most it showed perfect coverage however, last weekend was an eye opener for me. As much as I want to save and as much as I wanted this service to work for me it is just not working out. Im moving over to ATT/Verizon. They never failed me.
    The reason Im posting this here is because if I was having such a horrendous time with T-Mobile with roaming, I just cant imagine what Lycamobile would be like with just native coverage...The savings will mean nothing to me if I cant use my phone as a phone...

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    1. T-Mobile roaming is using AT&T service, so I guess you have to use Verizon, since Sprint is not any better in the San Diego area.

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    2. Choosing service does not mean you put the price on the table first. What you need first is signal coverage where you live and come the most; base on the need of the signal then you choose which service is best suit for you, it is the second step. And price is the last factor to be considerred.

      Some oppinient: Sprint [Ringplus: Free (hybrid VOIP) or Mad plan (direct connection)]; Verizon (Total Wireless); ATT (Cricket or ATT go); T-Mobile (Lyca or UltraMobile or MetroPCS).
      If you have business, then consider Bluegreenmobile.

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    3. If you read my post you will see that I checked coverage and it showed coverage for T-Mobile, not roaming but actual native service and that's what frustrated me. It seems as if the coverage maps mean nothing anymore for T-Mobile. Another thing, I don't put money first but if you see two companies cover you the same (in the areas you live/visit) what price would you choose? The most expensive?

      I had AT&T before in that same area because I used to live there and never once did I have any issue closely related to this.

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  3. "you simply have to choose" sounds like Flack Speak. Cut and paste is not the same as blogging.

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  4. I don't see any options for PAYG or similar plans on Lycamobile website. Do they still offer it?

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    1. The PayGo is not mentioned on the Lycamobile site but is the default plan that Lycamobile accounts fall back to when there's no active monthly plan. New customers can get the PayGo plan by activating a Lycamobile SIM and adding a $10 top up. Monthly plan users can switch to PayGo by adding a $10 top up and waiting for their plan month to expire.

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  5. Haven't those criminals gone out of business yet?
    http://www.prepaidphonenews.com/2016/06/lycamobile-executives-arrested-for.html

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  6. Lyca an't beat a Cricket group plan, so into the trash it goes.

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  7. "Lyca an't beat a Cricket group plan, so into the trash it goes"

    Just starting from a network perspective Lyca could never beat Cricket/Go-phone/other AT&T MVNO's.

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    1. Compared with Verizon MVN0s, Cricket data speeds are higher, cost is lower and, except for Selectel. the coverage footprint is comparable. Selectel has no-extra-cost voice roaming, but the the other Verizon MVNOs don't.

      No one carrier "beats" another for everyone, everywhere. People have to figure out what's best for their usage, their budget and where they will use their phones.

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    2. That's great news. When did LM start running on Verizon?

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    3. "Just starting from a network perspective "

      I meant in terms of overall value.

      Lyca can't they fall back on having better coverage, but it doesn't have the costs associated with running an actual network or even "brick and mortar" stores.

      Ideally, they'd lower prices relative to the coverage and data they offer (compared to offerings on better networks), instead of just charging more for less and pretending the network they're on isn't any better or worse than the rest.

      Unfortunately, MVNOs have a consistent problem when it comes to accurately assessing the value of their services (especially the ones on Sprint), leading some of them die by their own failings.

      The only MVNO that didn't used to have this problem was RP, because Spribt really was a shitty enough network to be worth relatively nothing.

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    4. "When did LM start running on Verizon?"
      They don't run on Verizon as of the time of my post. Where did you get that?

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  8. Lyca tmobile is better for me in Dallas,Tx than Tru phone with ATT only. I was thiking I had it better with Tru dithing Tmobile but it's been a nightmare. I have double SIM phone and one SIM is regular post paid ATT and the other Tru. Even when ATT has signal, Tru would loose the signal constantly. Specifically in some places. I got fed up to the point I switched to Lyca with tmobile. GUess what it's day and night.I was not expecting this. I don't know what Kind of deal Tru did with ATT to ditch Tmobile, but I thinking they are allowed to use only certain ATT bands. That would be the only way I can explain my issues.

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    1. T-Mobile is really not that bad. I have TPO and my coverage is more than enough for me in the San Fernando Valley CA. I visit places like Orange County and San Diego and my coverage is solid. I know there are people that love extensive coverage that they will never use but for me, TPO is more that enough and Im really happy with the service. TPO and Lyca have the same coverage.

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    2. "I don't know what Kind of deal Tru did with ATT to ditch Tmobile, but I thinking they are allowed to use only certain ATT bands"

      Dennis,
      Do you know if this is possible? MVNO's not having access to all LTE bands from the networks they ride on? This would limit reception as explained by the OP above. Can you enlighten us? Thank you.

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    3. I doubt that AT&T is preventing Truphone devices from connecting to some LTE bands.

      I believe that the OP's problem is that they are using a dual SIM phone, most of which only support 3G and LTE on one SIM. The Truphone SIM is in the slot that only supports 2G and AT&T is in the process of shutting down 2G.

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