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h2o Wireless Continues Double Data Promotion Along With 50% off on Monthly Unlimited Plans

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Back in December, h2o Wireless ran a promotion that doubled the data allotment on each of the plans they offered. Shortly after that, the AT&T MVNO decided to extend the availability of the promotion until the end of February. With the start of May, it looks like h2o Wireless is not planning to put a stop on this promotion anytime soon.

Early today, h2o Wireless announced that they will (again) be extending the double data promotion until the end of the month. In addition to the double data promotion, the MVNO will be offering its monthly unlimited plans at 50% off with the use of the code "50off". The offer is applicable only on the first month of service. The promotion also includes free shipping and a free SIM card.

With this offer, h2o Wireless' monthly unlimited plans now look like this:


  • $15 per month - includes 3GB of data (Originally 1GB of data at $30 per month)
  • $17.50 per month - includes 4GB of data (Originally $35 per month)
  • $20 per month - includes 8GB of data (Originally 3GB of data at $40 per month)
  • $25 per month - includes 10GB of data (Originally 5GB of data at $50 per month)
  • $30 per month - includes 12GB of data (Originally 6GB of data at $60 per month)


Each of these plans come with unlimited talk, text, international talk and text. Once the high speed data allotment is consumed before the month ends, data speed is throttled to 2G.

The offer can also be combined with the bonus data promotion that the MVNO announced a while back. This promotion gives its users 8GB of data for only $36. It is important to note, however, that the 50% off promotion is only applicable for new activations and transfers.


Source: BestMVNO

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  1. The prices are not bad but one unexplained thing that happened to me was after having very inconsistent data and voice signal with H2o I switched to Cricket with the same phone and was shocked how much better my voice and data signals were.. I am thinking possibly ATT prioritizes which MVNO does or doesn't get cut back during times of high usage?? But there definitely is a huge difference in my situation..

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    1. I had the opposite experience, h20 being much more reliable, same phone and area.

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    2. H2O would never actually be more reliable than a higher priority subsidiary except if Cricket's proxy server had become just that fubar.

      In my experience, they both offer spotty coverage and dropped signals at similar frequencies, which only means that both APNs are highly problematic.

      I switched to Gophone as my daily driver because it never actually has any of those problems, and will likely be switching to Mintsim in the near future after a 3 month test drive (just to make sure it has adequate coverage).

      Honestly, I don't plan on ever going back to an AT&T MVNO with lower "priority" than Gophone when the best deals are complete duds.

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    3. I have had a Gophone for a couple of years that has ok signal at my location and works fine voice and data (LTE) i also have a second line that i just ported over to H2O today. Both are the same identical phone, but the H2O device will only give me 4G only. There is something some form of prioritization going on with H2o. H20 is aadvertising 4G LTE. but the only way i get the LTE logo to come up is by toggling the "enable LTE" button on and off. it then shows LTE just for a very short bit then reverts to 4G. Something is up.

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    4. same here. h2o and cricket may be tempting but willing to pay more on gophone for better higher priority with no fuss no muss.

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    5. I am a GoPhone user, but my APN is from the regular At&t service. when you activate a Gophone go to the At&t store and let them activate it for you. So far I m enjoying my service.

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    6. Could this be a part or all of the problem with connectivity?... This from H2Os website. "What is the difference between a SIM card and a Smart SIM card?" - b. b. A Smart Sim Card has special technologies that automatically configures a device. It eliminates the time and hassle of manually configuring a device.

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  2. if only those prices were permanent cuts. that $15 plan would be beautiful

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    1. Dream on, I can guarantee you h20 is heavily subsidizing, obviously.

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    2. These are teaser rates to get you on board.

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    3. They're not subsidizing it that much since the speeds are throttled and the connection's spotty.

      I'd be surprised if any of their customers are actually able to use their full allotment of data.

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  3. My wife and I switched from Cricket to h2o a couple months ago. My coverage staid the same but my wife's got much worse. Same thing with the Lte where we see it every once in a while but mostly it stays on 4g and even 3g sometimes. I actually use the apn that popped up on her phone in mine and got better signal than her- ??? Maybe it's a bad sin... Waiting for t-mobile'coverage to spread in Wisconsin by years end and then trying Mintsim, MetroPCS, or maybe even teltik. If cricket ever offers competitive prices and features I might go back.

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    1. It sounds like it's as much a difference in phones as it is H2O's bad coverage.

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  4. Do not expect all the promos to last forever. Great while it is in effect. H2O has abysmal customer service along with its satellites Skyview and Black Wireless. I have Airvoice and am completely satisfied even thought the data allotments on their lower price points could stand to be better.

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  5. i recently switch 2 lines to h20 from net10 at the end of april. h20 has been a lot of trouble so far. they don't support conditional call forwarding. so no google voicemail. not a big deal i can live without that and save the $10 difference between net10 and h20.

    the major downside is, im having terrible service issues.

    my voice calling is sporadic. i cannot make or receive calls at random times.
    i talked 3 reps and one finally escalated my issue.
    (don't know if its going to get resolved.)

    i can live without visual voicemail. I cant live with unreliable voice calling or receiving.

    the weird thing is, i'll have 4glte service and data signal fine 25mbps+ speed test. but calling or receiving calls will not work.
    this is happening to both devices.

    i will dial a number and it says calling but wont ring or do anything it hangs itself up in 5-10 seconds. the receiving call issue. if someone calls my number it sends them straight to my voicemail.

    im not sure if i received bad sims or what but i sat on chat for about 2 hours while techs told me to give them my sim imei and turn phone off remove sim insert and turn back on all this to no resolution tech told me they are working on it and give it 12-48 hours. so will update what happens

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    1. You can buy H20 sim cards for 1¢ each via Amazon resellers; low risk to test if it's a bad sim card.

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    2. thanks for the tip but that's originally where i purchased my sims from. i got 9 of them for a bunch of different sellers. few for family ports and a few spare card trays

      but i was shock to have received a follow up call a few hours later from h20. the tech said that the issue is really weird and he didn't know what could be wrong. he suggested i use my sim in another device for a few days to check if that is the problem i reluctantly agreed as i have no other options. but im 100% sure its not my device. as i told the tech i ported 2 lines over less then 2 weeks ago and both of my devices are experiencing this. i
      i think use up my remaining days and port and back to net10 or trying mintsim. 3 months for 3 for $35 is a great deal just to bad tmobile coverage sucks in my area outer pittsburgh

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