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$199.99 Red Pocket eBay Annual Plan on Sale for $169.99 Starting Tomorrow 4/20

RedPocket Annual Plan SIM Kit
Heads up! Red Pocket Mobile will be putting their popular eBay exclusive $199.99 annual plan on sale for $169.99 starting tomorrow Thursday, April 20 at 8 AM PT. That's $14.17 per month. The sale ends Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 8 AM PT.

To get the plan at the sale price go to ebay.com/itm/131593551826 starting tomorrow morning.

The annual plan includes 1000 minutes, 1000 text messages and 1 GB every month on your choice of the AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint networks. You need a phone that's compatible with whichever network you choose of course.

The plan price includes a SIM kit containing SIMs for the AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon networks. Users can choose whichever SIM they prefer and is compatible with their phone. The kits do not include a Sprint SIM. Sprint SIMs are reusable and are supposed to stay with the phone they came with. RedPocket says they will send Sprint network SIMs on request to users who need them.

On Sprint and T-Mobile the entire 1 GB is at full speed. On Verizon and AT&T only the first 500 MB per month is at high speeds, the rest is at 2G speeds of approximately 128 kbps. On the Verizon network the 500 MB of high speed data is throttled to 5 mbps in common with all other Verizon MVNOs.

Source: Red Pocket PR email, Image: eBay

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  1. Stick with US Mobile

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  2. Not as hot as the BF deal at $150, but still better than $200.

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    1. BF=Black Friday deal last year was priced at $150. This is the only sale I've seen with Red Pocket that wasn't on Black Friday.

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  3. mintsim 159 2gb plan is still better i think.

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    1. Red Pocket Plan can be run off any of the big 4. As Jon Vitrano said Mintsim is only t-mobile.

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  4. Dennis, how stable is RP?

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    1. I have no idea. They are a privately held company so we can't see their balance sheet or debt load.

      Red Pocket has been in business since 2006 but that doesn't mean much. Last year PTel, which was founded in 2001, shut down with two weeks notice and no prior signs of instability.

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    2. ok Dennis, thank you for your input. I just cannot and will not ever trust an MVNO unless it's a burner and don't care about the phone number.

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  5. can I use an old Sprint prepaid/ring plus phone on this plan?

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    1. Yes, as long as the phone has been released by RingPlus it should work. Use Ting's MEID checker to verify.

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  6. I think Tracfone is cheaper if you don't need 1000 mins every month or don't want to buy 1-year of service.

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    1. Tracfone can be cheaper if you are a low use customer since Tracfone's minutes/texts/data rolls over until you use it.

      But if you use more than half of what Red Pocket gives you per month I think it would be hard to match that on Tracfone.

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    2. Tracfone costs a lot more when you consider the fact that they constantly lose your account information.

      Topping up the same $100 plan every month won't come cheap.

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  7. US Mobile? Thats crazy talk. These pay per tier allotment plans (Ting/Tello/US) are just bad, bad complicated deals with high fees, unless you can keep it under $15 per month (for those barely-use-my-phone people).
    Stick with Ultra Mobile (or MintSim) & Total Wireless @ 10 per 3 gigs of add on data!

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  8. TPO and SpeedTalk announced more plans on the RingPlus Forum today. You might like them better than the RedPocket promo.

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  9. Thursday April 19'th? Do you mean Thursday April 20'th?

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    1. April 20, the sale is live right now.

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    2. This was posted yesterday, so his post is correct.

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  10. 4/20 - 4/21, ebay targeted 8% ebay bucks offer applies to this listing too.

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  11. This is a great deal for two and a half years ago.

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    1. What's a better deal for modern times?

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    2. This is a good deal for low end users. I have searched around and there are few plans that give you as much as Red Pocket for the price. TPO comes to mind and I no one else really. Maybe speedtalk. Red Pocket plan also runs on all big 4 carriers, so you can pretty much use whatever phone.

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    3. "What's a better deal for modern times?"

      Probably not something with 1GB per month, which is a quarter of the monthly data consumption of the average US user in modern times.

      But 1GB per month is an incredible monstrous amount of data if you look back to 2009 or something. But that is positively stone-age.

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    4. I never use 1gb of mobile data per month so it is more than I need but on Verizon network with this plan its only 500 "unthrottled" anyway.

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    5. So you're saying there isn't a better comparable deal. This is plenty more a LARGE portion of the population who overpay for talk/text/data they don't use....

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    6. Sprint-phones. Meet the Sprint-phones...

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