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Twigby is Running a Promotion With 50% Off on First Month of Service

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Sprint MVNO Twigby has announced a new promotion wherein its new subscribers will be entitled to a 50% discount on their first month of service. The promotion was first spotted on Slickdeals and was posted by a user by the name of jordansu. If you are interested in signing up, you can add in the promo code "HALFOFF" upon checkout so you'll be able to get the discount.

Under this promotion, Twigby's plans look like this:


  • $12.50 per month (Originally $25 per month) - This plan includes unlimited talk, text, and 1GB of data
  • $15 per month (Originally $30 per month) - This plan includes unlimited talk, text, and 2GB of data
  • $20 per month (Originally $40 per month) - This plan includes unlimited talk, text, and 4GB of data

* These prices do not yet include taxes.


Compared to the other Sprint MVNOs, Twigby is a truly independently-owned MVNO. It offers talk and text roaming on Verizon's network. Not to mention, Twigby subscribers have a limited ability to come up with their own phone plans. They simply have to pick from an existing talk and text allotment and pair it with data, depending on their preference.

In addition to the 50% off promotion, Twigby is running a sale on all their cell phones. You can purchase a new phone at 20% off with free shipping.

There is no mention on when Twigby's 50% off promotion will end. The 20% off promotion on phones, however, is available until October 10, 2017.


Source: BestMVNO

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  1. Is all data hard capped?

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  2. I had Twigby for a few months, and it has the best customer service in my opinion. I just wish Twigby could provide more comparative plans.

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  3. The plans are overpriced so 1/2 off the 1st month is a joke!

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  4. Never heard of them, I just wonder if T-Mobile and Sprint merge, how many MVNO will be left??

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    1. Maybe none. I don't see a reason why T-mo, AT&T or Verizon, will want to share their profits with an outside vendor, if they don't have to. Canada has 3 national carriers and NO independent MVNO's, not even one.

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    2. "Never heard of them"
      You're not alone....they ramped up right after ringminus closed the doors and they were advertising on the ringminus forum. You can imagine what their customer base is--I'm actually surprised they are still around, a bunch of users with glove box phones that are never used make zero revenue for them!

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    3. Twigby costs a minimum of $9/month plus taxes so there are no customers generating "zero revenue".

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    4. "Canada has 3 national carriers and NO independent MVNO's, not even one."
      Wrong. There are a few, mostly regional independent MVNOs operating in Canada. The difference there is that operators want control,perhaps so they can rationalize their CAPEX over large areas with low population density. In the US, major carriers want the extra revenue for use of their excess capacity.
      MVNOs will not disappear in the USA after the Tmo-Sprint merger. And Twigby found a nice MVNO niche, offering roaming off Sprint network that only Ting, Fi and Republic MVNOs provide. They may have copied the Ting tier pricing, but offer some simpler, lower-cost options.

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  5. They used to give you your first month off. I tried them but Sprint reception is crappy in my area, would only get 3G and only one bar. Dropped calls galore. Needless to say I didn't finish the month but at least didn't get charged for it.

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  6. Verizon roaming and decent customer support jack the price up to the point where you might as well go with an actual Verizon MVNO like Tracfone, which is a better all around value.

    In contrast, Sprint service is just too unappealing without a lucrative freemium gimmick.

    After all, the network's SO bad, you pretty much had to pay people to use it back when Sprint was still relevant.

    Now that it's not, the cost of buying customers is just that much higher.

    Good customer support and Verizon roaming are expected as a freebie to compensate for the network's shortcomings, but the prices should still be the cheapest around due to the network's impending post-merger obsolescence.

    With all that being the case, it's clear that Twigby doesn't have a future.

    After all, asuncompetitive as they are now, they'll be even worse off if they survive long enough to see the Sprint network shut down.

    Then they'll be competing with the likes of Mintsim and MetroPCS.

    Granted, a T-mobile MVNO with AT&T roaming would be neat, but Metro's cheaper prices, free phones and extended roaming would likely still beat them out.

    All in all, I just don't see any niche Twigby fills or a market they appeal to, and I'd be wary of recommending anyone hop aboard what looks to be a sinking ship.

    As always, nothing to see here.

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    1. Agreed. Junk.

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    2. Another MetroPCS guy...quite obviously you haven't seen Twigby's plans. They are very competitive, especially the $9/mo plan. I sure won't complain about the coverage I get for that price!

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  7. At the low end of their plans, Twigby is very competitive on price.. It's geared towards low-allotment users, but offers Verizon voice/test roaming at no additional cost-- that makes coverage better than any other Sprint MVNO other than Ting, which also has VZW roaming but is considerably more expensive.
    By the reports I've seen, the customer support is excellent, on a par with Ting.

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    1. Agree. Definitely better deal than Ting. Great for low usage, and awesome customer support.

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  8. Verizon and sprint networks is what sold us. Our son now has an iphone and with the plan tools, his bill is never over 14 a month. we love it.

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  9. After trying multiple MVNOs, I'm glad I found Twigby. Definitely where I plan to stay!

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  10. works perfect for our boy. phone bill is never over 14 dollars. I think we will switch my and my wife's phones by year end when our contracts are up. Twigby using verizion is a big plus for us over the other low priced carriers.

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  11. For what it's worth, I've been with Twigby for 3 months and never had an issue. The chat team is great, the price is great esp for low users, and being able to change plans at any time on your own is the best.

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