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Amazon Prime Members Can Get Simple Mobile's Unlimited LTE Data Plan for $37.50/Month Instead of $50/Month

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Lately, there has been a trend among wireless providers partnering with Amazon or selling their products through the e-commerce giant. Earlier this month, this trend was seen on Red Pocket Mobile's announcement when it started to sell discounted plans on Amazon.

Simple Mobile is the latest to join in on this bandwagon with the announcement they made today.

The T-Mobile MVNO has partnered with Amazon for some deals that are sure to intrigue users. The deals are available for both active Amazon Prime subscribers as well as those who want to sign up for a subscription.

For a limited time, existing and new Amazon Prime subscribers can get a Simple Mobile plan with unlimited talk, text, and LTE data for only $37.50 per month. The regular price of this plan is $50 ($45 with autopay activated), users get to save 25%.

Of course, if an unlimited LTE data plan is not something you're looking for, there are other options you can choose from:
  • $18.75 per month: Includes unlimited talk, text and 1GB of high speed data (Originally $25)
  • $30 per month: Includes unlimited talk, text and 4GB of high speed data (Originally $40) 
Unlimited LTE Data Plans
  • $37.50 per month Truly Unlimited Plan: Includes unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data without mobile hotspot (Originally $50)
  • $45 per month: Includes unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data (Originally $60)

These rates do not include taxes.

These plans already include unlimited international calling to landlines in 64 countries, as well as mobile calling to 20 countries. There's also full service roaming included at no extra charge so you get talk, text, and data access while you're in Mexico.

There are some caveats to this deal offered by Simple Mobile. Just like any other unlimited LTE data plan offered by other carriers or MVNOs, data prioritization is in effect with the two unlimited LTE data plans. Once 32GB of data has been consumed in a month, data speed is temporarily slowed down by the MVNO at times of heavy network congestion. Additionally, video streaming is limited to 480p resolution on these plans.

If you are interested in these discounted prices, you can keep them for as long as your Amazon Prime subscription is maintained. You also have to setup your account with autopay billing enabled.

Amazon Prime is a membership program wherein subscribers can get access to streaming music, video, e-books, and several other exclusive services and deals. If you're not yet an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can order a Prime Gift membership. There is an option to go for the one-year Prime membership at $99 or a three-month membership at $32.97 plus taxes.


Source: Simple Mobile 

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  1. So who bills your, Amazon or simple mobile?

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  2. Junk. Carlos Slim[e]. TracFone parental bungling losing phone numbers, et al., and the award winning customer disservice.

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  3. Thanks for reporting on Amazon Prime deals. I know you resisted it before, since it was a special paid club.

    But with 85 million Amazon Prime subscribers, that's a large number of club members.

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    1. Where'd you get that from?

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    2. Yes, Google says 85 million:
      https://www.google.com/search?q=85+million+Amazon+Prime

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  4. I can't wait to see the Amazon Monopoly broken up.

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    1. They aren't a monopoly yet. Especially with Target and even Walmart (who purchased Jet) getting serious about online.

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    2. There is no Amazon monopoly, so there is nothing to break up. Words mean things, including monopoly.

      Amazon succeeds so much not because it is the only option (which it isn't: it has tens of thousands of competitors), but because it provides better service and prices than competitors.

      Those who want to complete with Amazon would do will to stop providing lousy customer service, and stop overcharging.

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    3. There's as much evidence that Amazon is a monopoly as there is that Jeff Bezos is from Tatooine.

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  5. I don't think Simple Mobile gets VoLTE. Their coverage maps doesn't show B12 coverage in places like upper Michigan, Montana, or Dakotas. They're just like USMobile with HSPA only calling.

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    1. Nah they have VoLTE lol.

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    2. Simple is T-Mobile native coverage only.

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    3. They've had volte for a least a year.

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    4. Does anyone actually still talk on their phone these days?

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    5. Regarding 'talking on one's phone,' yes. A great deal of businesses, organizations, and citizen-facing government agencies use phones for voice service. For example a local utility everyone in my local area must do business with offers customer service only by voice calls. Several top-rated restaurants in my area take phone orders (for those who find that important). Also, many of the aforementioned businesses conduct job interviews by phone, which requires talking into it.

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  6. If you don't have or need Prime, then the cost of membership ruins the deal.

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  7. This article forgets to mention that Simple's $50 unlimited plan costs only $45 with autopay. A Prime membership saves you only $7.50 by comparison.

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    1. I'll take the $7.50 saving over (further) trusting a TF brand with access to my money.

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  8. Does do wifi calling on Iphone?

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    1. As a respectful iPhone owner, you should know that it's "iPhone" not "Iphone"

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    2. Respectful iPhone owner?? Who are you, Jony Ive?

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  9. The article says for a limited time.....are we grandfathered in after the "limited time"?

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  10. Sorry I just re-read the article, I would be grandfathered in as long as I keep my prime membership. Do I sign up for this through the Simple Mobile website or through Amazon? I don't see it on either website.

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    1. https://shop.simplemobile.com/amazon

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