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Penny SIMs Are Back On the T-Mobile Website

The T-Mobile Website is running another of its frequent penny SIM deals.

Now through 7/8/14 Prepaid SIM Activation Kits are on sale for a one cent with free shipping with the code SIMDEAL. The regular price is $10. The kits are available in mini (aka regular), mini/micro combo and nano sizes.

The kits include a SIM and an activation code. The activation code is required when activating a new line of service on any T-Mobile prepaid plan including the $30/month 5 GB of data, unlimited messaging and 100 minutes plan, which is only available with new online activations.

By themselves, without the activation code, these SIMs can also be used as replacement SIMs for prepaid or postpaid accounts or to activate a supported tablet on any T-Mobile mobile broadband plan including the 200 MB/month free plan.

Just in case you were thing of buying dozens of SIMs for resale there is a limit 3 SIMs per per order and 5 SIMS over a period of 30 days.

Related post: Prepaid Operator Profile: T-Mobile

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  1. It looks like Verizon upped the ante by opening its LTE network to prepaid. I'm curious how T-Mobile is going to respond to this, especially because for 65.00 a month, you'd get 3.5GB of LTE data and you have a much more comprehensive network. My guess is T-Mobile might have to step up it's game. Also, AT&T GoPhone might have to step it up as well. Interesting changes in the coming days and weeks.

  2. Verizon has more than twice the coverage area of T mobile. Most of T-Mobile's coverage is 2g where as most of Verizon's coverage area is LTE.

  3. Coverage is local. 'Most' of Verizon's LTE is in places that 'most' people will never use their phone, so why pay Vzw extra for it? T-Mobile LTE now covers 230M people (they passed Sprint, even though they started later) and is faster than Vzw in the top 30 markets in the latest comprehensive test. They have HSPA+ as backup, instead of bog-slow EVDO. T-Mobile continues to re-farm their 2G to fast LTE, and their LTE is not saturated in many markets like Vzw.

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