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Get An Extra $15 Off Mint SIM Three Month Plans with New Promo Code

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T-Mobile MVNO Mint SIM is running a promotion that gives new customers $15 off any three month Mint SIM plan. Use the promo code Foxtober at checkout to get the $15 savings. The code is good for a limited time. Update: This promotion ended around 10/19/2017.

The Foxober code is on top of Mint SIM's current new user trial promotion that cuts the price of three month plans by between $24 and $39 per month depending on plan. The two promos combined make these plans really cheap, as low as $10 a month for unlimited talk, text and data, including 2 GB of data at high speeds. Here's how the pricing breaks down with the Foxtober code on top of the new user discount.

Unlimited talk, text and data with the first 2 GB at high speed: 

  • Regular price: $69/3 months ($23/month)
  • New user trial price: $45/3 months ($15/month)
  • Price with Foxtober code: $30/3 months ($10month)

Unlimited talk, text and data with the first 5 GB at high speed: 

  • Regular price: $90/3 months ($30/month)
  • New user trial price: $60/3 months ($20/month)
  • Price with Foxtober code: $45/3 months ($15/month)

Unlimited talk, text and data with the first 10 GB at high speed:

  • Regular price: $114/3 months ($38/month)
  • New user trial price: $75/3 months ($25/month)
  • Price with Foxtober code: $60/3 months ($20/month)

So what happens after the 3 months is up? Unless Mint SIM changes its prices in the next three months, you will have to pay the full price to renew the plan for another three months. That's  $69/3 months ($23/month) for the 2 GB plan, $90/3 months ($30/month) for the 5 GB and  $114/3 months ($38/month) for 10 GB. However, Mint SIM offers six month and 12 month plans with lower per month rates, as follows:
  • 2 GB: $108/6 months ($18/month), $180/12 months ($15/month) 
  • 5 GB: $144/6 months ($24/month), $240/12 months ($20/month) 
  • 10 GB: $180/6 months ($30/month), $300/12 months ($25/month)
 Mint SIM adds a 1-3 % Regulatory Recover Fee to all all plan prices and collects California MTS from customers who are California residents. Mint SIM is part of the larger T-Mobile MVNO Ultra Mobile.  Coverage is on the T-Mobile native network. If you are worried about whether the coverage will work for you, Mint SIM has a 7 day money back guarantee for new customers.  Cancel in the first 7 days for a full refund.  Mint SIM adds a 1-3 % Regulatory Recover Fee to all all plan prices and collects California MTS from customers who are California residents.

For a very inexpensive operator, Mint SIM is surprisingly full featured. WiFi calling is supported on select Android phones. International calling is available at good rates and Mint SIM roams internationally in most countries at 25¢/minute (6¢/minute in Canada and Mexico) and 5¢/outgoing text (2¢ in Canada and Mexico) incoming texts are free while roaming internationally.

Source: AndroidGuys


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  1. Games. Full feature use? Ok, I'll say that's great. But unstable. And a 7 day money back "guarantee," that is likely to cause great upset and time, far more valuable than that which one would try to recover.

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    1. As someone who took advantage of the money back guarantee, you're making it sound more dramatic that it really is. You fill out the form on their website, they create a ticket, and within 15 days will cancel your service, notify you and refund you. Then you can throw the SIM card away.

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    2. Took a lap of faith early this year & invested in 12 month plans for my family. Am not disappointed. Only problems I've had are not directly service-related: I have no way to disable or throttle my kid's data as punishment (though with only 2GB he often punishes himself - I look at that as good training in self-control), and their data renewal date is always a month off when asking for remaining data quantity via text (and occasionally that feature send to be down). For the money I've saved (worked out to $15.41/mo per line after taxes & fees), the problems have been incredibly minor.

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  2. I got Mint for 8 months now and it's been great so far.

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  3. Native networks are fine for talk and text, but extended (or Verizon) coverage and top priority speeds are a must when it comes to data.

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  4. this is cheaper than getting prepaid sim from ebay and you get to keep number for 3 months. Perfect for a kid if your area has tmo coverage.

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  5. I'm a bit hesitant to take advantage of this offer, although the pricing beats the "never quite secret" secret Walmart plan. Have readers had trouble porting out to another carrier? I almost lost my main number that I've had for 9 years and I don't want to go through drama like that again!

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    1. I had no problem porting from T-Mobile postpaid to Mint. I was surprised at how long it took (three minutes.)

      Just make sure you port as part of the activation. Mint can't do post-activation overlays.

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    2. Also forgot to mention, do a speed test before you port. When I did mine against postpaid T-Mobile, Mint was always slower, which is not surprising given that they're lower tier.

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    3. Port your number to Google Voice for $20 and never worry about having to lose it again. It's got its drawbacks (no choice of texting client, for example), but they're pretty minor and are by far outweighed by the security of knowing your number will not be lost. There are plenty of advantages, too (multiple devices can use/answer same number, for example). It's been explained innumerable times, so just search "port to Google Voice" to educate yourself.

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    4. Oh, and another advantage of porting to GV is you can take advantage of offers like this which are intended only for new lines of service. Just point GV to the new phone number assigned each time & you're golden! Nobody calling you will be any the wiser.

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    5. @SanctimoniousApe I absolutely must have iMessage, so Google Voice is not an option. :-)

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  6. Been on this for 6 months. Coverage has been good. No dropped calls, data coverage better than boom with Verizon in NH. Support are useless and could never explain the recovery fee. When asked they always said it was mts which I knew was bogus as I live in NH. Tech support seemed to be in India.

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  7. Google voice has so many limitations, I learned the hard way.

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    1. Really? Like what? Please enlighten us.
      Do you know how to use your smartphone?

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    2. I've been using Google Voice for 10 years, ever since it was called Grandcentral before Google acquired it. The early versions had lots of limitations but the current one only has three that I'm aware of:
      Can't send texts to international numbers
      Can't receive texts from a few short codes
      Can't attach video or audio files to MMS, only images

      None of the limitations affect me much as I never send international texts or video or audio MMS and the one short code I use that Google Voice can't handle I have sent to my carrier number.

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  8. promotion Code no longer working for me

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    1. Thanks for letting us know. Mint confirmed to me that the promotion has ended.

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