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Red Pocket Mobile Offers 10% Discount on eBay Purchases

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Red Pocket Mobile wants you to save money.

The MVNO, operating under the big four carriers, is currently offering a limited eBay coupon sale. By simply using the "PJUNESAVINGS" coupon code, customers can already enjoy 10% off on any Red Pocket eBay product they wish to purchase.

One of the things you can purchase from the eBay store is the annual standard plan, which comes with 1,000 minutes, texts and MB of 4G LTE data. This currently costs $199 per year or a monthly rate of around $17.

If you use the coupon code provided, however, you get to save money from your purchase and only pay less than $15 per month.

There are other products being sold at Red Pocket Mobile's eBay store. You may check out these products by clicking on the link here.

The coupon code is available for use until Friday, June 9, 2017 at 11:59:59 pm.


Source: Red Pocket Mobile

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  1. Too niche.

    It seems like they're still stuck in 2014.

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  2. shady... another MVNO waiting to die

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    1. Not really. They have been around for a while. They are a legit MVNO.

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  3. I miss the 300 minutes, unl txt, 1GB for $19 Red Pocket. That was great.

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    1. Mango mobile has a 250 mins, unl text, 1GB, $10 international credit for $19. Mango is run by red pocket.

      https://mango.goredpocket.com/plans

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    2. What network or network choices with Mango?

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    3. Mango plans are on the magenta network, the 300 minutes, unl txt, 1GB for $19 Red Pocket plan was on Big red, though.

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    4. >I miss the 300 minutes, unl txt, 1GB for $19 Red Pocket. That was great.

      We are still able to order the $19.99/month plan you mention just by going to the normal refill screens. I also have one phone on auto-pay for the same plan and it still goes through.

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  4. I will never deal with RP again. They appear legit enough and that's great, but I used to use their data only service riding T-Mo and they went poof on that plan with zero warning. While I understand that can happen in a prepaid, no contract environment, far more often than not, advance notice is given to customers as that's simply the right thing to do.

    Also if the normal is $17, 10% off would be $15.30, not "less than $15"... Quit selling shit and get back to real articles.

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    1. $199/year – $19.90 (10% of 199) = $179.10 / 12 (months) = $14.925/month.

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    2. That should be in the main article. Straight facts. The article cites "around $17" not $16.58.

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  5. "Red Pocket Mobile wants you to save money."

    No, what makes you think that? This is just advertising hype. You still seem to think you are being paid to write advertising copy.

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  6. I think sometimes Christine runs out of things to blog about so she changes a few words around and makes something not so great sound like the best deal ever!

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    1. It's unfortunate. She can do and usually does much better. The "Red Pocket Mobile wants you to save money" is at best lazy and at worse paid shilling.

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  7. Woild you be so kind to explain is it 1000 min monthly of annual

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    1. It's 1000 minutes, 1000 texts and 1000 MB per month for 12 months for $179.10.

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    2. This plan will be either $150 or $160 on the Monday of the week of thanksgiving. Got mine for $150 last year.$12.50/ month. also only half of the 1000MB (500MB) of data is 4G LTE the rest drops down to 3G speed.

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    3. >This plan will be either $150 or $160 on the Monday of the week of thanksgiving. Got mine for $150 last year.$12.50/ month. also only half of the 1000MB (500MB) of data is 4G LTE the rest drops down to 3G speed.

      Is it 3G or 2G? 3G wouldn't be so bad at all...I have to force my Moto G4 into HSPA+ mode on Mint Sim most of the time anyways since LTE is so oversold and unusable in my area.

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