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99¢ T-Mobile Prepaid SIMs Are Back

T-Mobile USA prepaid SIMs are once again on sale for 99¢, instead of the usual $15, on the T-Mobile USA Website. To get the 99¢ price just use enter promo code SIM99 at checkout.  The code is good through Nov 1.

T-Mobile no longer sells individual SIMs in mini, micro and nano sizes online. Instead they offer 3-in-1 SIM Starter Kits which include a nano SIM with mini and micro adapters and an activation code.

The adapters T-Mobile is using are a new design with tiny clips to secure the SIM in the adapter. Hopefully they will work better than older adapters which have a history of damaging phones.

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

If you have a tablet or mobile broadband device, these SIMs can be used to activate it on any T-Mobile Prepaid or postpaid Mobile Internet plan. They also let you activate a supported tablet on T-Mobile's Free Data for Life plan which comes with 200 MB of data per month absolutely free.

Prepaid SIMs can also be used as replacement SIMs for any T-Mobile account, postpaid or prepaid. Just call T-Mobile support and ask them to switch your account to the new SIM.

There's a limit 3 SIMs per order and 5 SIMS over a period of 30 days.

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  1. Hey Dennis which one is better Easy Go or Ultra Mobile?

    1. There's no such thing as better for everyone, What matters is which one best meets your needs. The plans and pricing are different and coverage (AT&T vs T-Mobile) are different. Only you cam decide which is best for you.

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