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H2O Wireless Extends End Date of Bonus Data Promotion

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Back in December, H2O Wireless customers shared text messages informing them they would be getting more data on their plans. After sharing these text messages on Howard Forums, H2O Wireless made the bonus data promotion official. All customers under an unlimited monthly plan was entitled to get more data as long as they would activate or top up their accounts between Dec. 6, 2016 and March 31, 2017.

Earlier today, H2O Wireless sent out an announcement that they were extending the end date of the bonus data promotion. Instead of the original March 31st end date, the LTE data promotion will be extended until April 30th.

Here is what H2O Wireless is offering under this promotion:

  • $30 plan customers - 3GB of high speed data instead of 1GB
  • $40 plan customers - 8GB of high speed data instead of 3GB
  • $50 plan customers - 10GB of high speed data instead of 5GB
  • $60 plan customers - 12GB of high speed data instead of 6GB

These plans include unlimited 128 Kbps throttled data after the first 3GB. 


Source: H2O Wireless


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  1. Howard forum said it extends only one month (not 100% sure)

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    1. The promotion is extended until the end of April which is a one month extension.

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  2. $60.00 for 12gb of data, that is sweet. Pre-Paid has sure come a long way when it was $60.00 for 2gb

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  3. Does it grandfathers it when promotion ends?

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    1. Probably not. H2O isn't saying what happens after April 30.

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  4. Cricket better match!

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    1. Cricket match takes a long time.

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    2. Umm, where have you been? Cricket has had this for a bit already. H20 is just taking a different approach. Don't be surprised if this "promotion" is permanent, just saying.

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  5. I do not see how they can compete with Cricket.

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  6. Since Cricket now offers UNLIMITED Data for $60, instead of 12GB Data for $60, I'm pretty sure that's better, in fact, and more than "matches". Am I missing something?

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    1. The last big carrier comparison I saw that included Cricket measured the average download speed at 3.6 Mbps, by far the slowest. Tracfone and Sprint brands were much faster.

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  7. I actually just switched from H2O, all because the slow speeds and spotty coverage (maybe due to deprioritization?) were worse than Cricket (and even T-mobile) on a phone without Band 12.

    Then again, my daytime Cricket speeds also got worse, so it might be due to an influx of Sprinters running en masse to other carriers.

    I guess the containment carrier is failing fast, which makes table-scrap carrirers like H2O go from low to no priority if you're in a more densely populated area.

    It actually makes me loathe recommending certain cell carriers to anyone nowadays, because the day I can't even get 8mbps from Cricket is the day there's too many other people on my network.

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  8. Not sure why a short-term data increase is beneficial. All it does is encourage one to use more data and then one has to pay extra for the higher data usage when H20 returns to the lower data limits.

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    1. People'sFrontOfJudeaMarch 9, 2017 at 8:39 AM

      I totally concur!

      MVNO's like H2O suffer from unchecked overconfidence & a staunch refusal ever to give up.

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    2. It's prepaid. T-Mobile does it all the time and gets praised for it.

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  9. I was ready to make the jump from Cricket to H2O. It's the same 3GB/month, but for $27 vs. $35 (with auto-pay). But I'm unwilling to play the "how much data will I get next month?" game with H2O. If they ever lock in 3GB (or even 2, which is realistically what I use) for $27, I'm there.

    But I'm not interested in playing games.

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  10. What's H2O Lte Speed? Do H2O have visual Voicemail?

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    1. H2O doesn't throttle high speed data, speeds up to 60 mbps have been reported. As an MVNO their data is probably subject to deprioritization when the network is congested. Apple Visual Voicemail does not work on H2O.

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  11. The quality of calls and service area have always been good for me. It's just that their auto-pay feature seems to fail A LOT even when nothing has changed on the account for months.

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  12. I am sick of the MMS not working if you are an iphone user on H20. Its terrible! H20 could fix this but they don't!

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