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TPO Mobile Offers 2016 Holiday Deals for Limited Time Only

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With the holidays coming up, people are looking into ways they can save money on their purchases. Thankfully, TPO Mobile has something exciting for those looking for a new phone deal. The MVNO, operating under Sprint and T-Mobile's network, has announced its special 2016 holiday deals available for new customers. For a limited time period, select plans can be purchased with a discount of up to 75% for the first month. These deals are valid until December 12, 2016.

The following plans are available under TPO Mobile's Holiday Deals:
  • $4 for the $21 Kind Plan ($16 with autopay) - includes 1000 minutes of talk, unlimited text, and 500 MB of high speed data
  • $5.25 for the $26 People's Plan ($21 with autopay) - includes unlimited talk and text, 1GB of high speed data
  • $12.50 for the $30 Noble Plan ($25 with autopay) - includes unlimited talk and text, 2GB of high speed data (originally $33)
  • $17.50 for the $40 Caring Plan ($35 with autopay) - includes unlimited talk and text, 3GB of high speed data
  • $9.75 for the $44 International Mobile Plan ($39 with autopay) - includes unlimited talk and text, 2.5GB of high speed data and unlimited mobile and landline calling to Mexico & Canada
  • $5 for the $25 Tablet Plan ($20 with auto pay) - includes 2GB of data
  • TPO Mobile Infinity Plan - includes unlimited talk, text and data with 50GB at high speed (Sprint only)
Since the discount only applies on the first month of service, the plan's original cost will return to regular after it ends. Taxes and fees are excluded from the cost of the plans.


Source: PrepaidMobilePhoneReviews

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  1. Too bad the Infinity Plan isn't discounted. They have a huge gap in their plans jumping from 3 GB to 50 GB.
    The promo rates are attractive but the regular plans are expensive

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  2. Pretty sad gimmick, showing first-month discounted prices and hoping people don't notice the fine print... If they actually offered decent rates all the time, they'd get more customers interested. How abouta regular $10/mo on the Kind plan? Then you'd sure have some takers. Once you get up around $20/mo you're competing against Cricket group/family plans, DVDs they're doing it with lower allotments, lousy Sprint/T-Mo coverage, and without nice cheap, subsidized phones.

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    1. Kind plan is pretty good value normally. I pay $19.32 including taxes for 500 MB data. Most other places are giving 100MB data for $20 or 1GB for $30. No one is really selling 500MB data for a decent price now.

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    2. Cricket group plan is getting with strangers and hoping they pay the bill on time. HAHAHAHA

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    3. You can get RedPocket SIM kits on eBay for $12.50/mo, 1000min/1000text/500MB LTE data each month (with another 500MB throttled data). And you're not stuck on Sprint's lousy network, you can use any unlocked AT&T phone instead.

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  3. One month discount is just silly. Do they think customers are so stupid to think a single months discount is enough to draw in their business. At minimum it should be multiple months or permanent.

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    1. It is sometimes.

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    2. You think they are stupid for giving people a discount on the first month?

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  4. TPO's not for me (not a fan of postpaid-style taxes or auto-pay,) but I don't get the hate they're getting for the one month discount. They aren't exactly hiding their regular monthly rate nor forcing anyone to sign up.

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    1. Did you even go to their site? They ARE, quite literally, HIDING the regular monthly rate. It's X'ed over so that you CAN'T read it... They also only mention, in the fine print in one place, that the discount is only for the first month, and you have to do the math to figure out what the regular price will be. Obviously if you're reading about it here, you know the situation, but they're really falsely advertising it. Other companies have been sued for much less.

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    1. Depends on your state.

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  6. Nothing wrong with a one month discount. Most of TPO's ads suggest the promotional rate is the regular rate. In other words, the discounted price is listed with no mention it is limited to one month.

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    1. I agree. I the main page gives you the discounted price and it said "a month" underneath giving you the idea that the deal will continue. I only tried them for exactly a month but realize I needed better coverage so I went to one of the other operators with better coverage.

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