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CallingMart Releases Discount Codes for Labor Day 2016

September has just started and already, everyone's looking forward to the upcoming holiday-- Labor Day! In true CallingMart fashion, the holiday can't just pass by without offering some discounts for you and your friends to enjoy.

Here are the new Labor Day discounts from CallingMart:

10% Off AT&T refills with coupon code LB1610

Applicable for:

  • GoPhone
  • GoPhone Load-to-Phone (RTR)
  • GoPhone monthly plans
5% Off Verizon, H20, & Airvoice refills with coupon code LB165

Applicable for:
  • Verizon
  • Verizon Load-to-Phone (Top-Up)
  • Verizon Unlimited Plans
  • Verizon Data Plans
  • H2O
  • H2O Load-to-Phone 
  • H2O monthly plans
  • H2O monthly plans Load-to-Phone
  • Airvoice GSM
  • Airvoice GSM Load-to-Phone
  • Airvoice GSM monthly plan
  • Airvoice GSM Monthly Load-to-Phone
3% Off Red Pocket with coupon code LB163

Applicable for:
  • Red Pocket Mobile CDMAS
  • Red Pocket Mobile GSMA
  • Red Pocket Mobile Monthly Plan CDMAS
  • Red Pocket Mobile Monthly Plan CDMAV
  • Red Pocket Mobile Monthly Plan GSMA
Editor's Note: An earlier post included the previous carriers available under this discount. The post has been corrected according to the announcement CallingMart made on their Facebook page:

"Unfortunately, we will not be able to have our usual promotions for these products. The wholesale rates for Tracfone products (PagePlus, Simple, Tracfone and Net10) have been lowered by our provider."
This means that the 3% off discount will only be available for Red Pocket.

The coupon codes posted here may be used with a minimum purchase of $18. The codes are valid from today until Sept. 7, 2016.

Source: CallingMart



Comment Page :
  1. Thanks Christine

  2. Page Plus came out with their own autopay discount. I'm sure they are trying to discourage customers from using dealers period.

    1. Dealers will just have to compete in ways that carriers can't or won't.

      Creativity isn't a bad thing, and the internet is literally filled with people to shoot ideas off of.

    2. PagePlus should stop taking taxes and fees first. $29.95 plan cost me $33.12 when paid directly to PagePlus and only $29.95 with CallingMart. So it is already > 10% difference.

  3. "Dealers will just have to compete in ways that carriers can't or won't."

    Like staying open a lot longer. Any hour that a brick-and-Mordor dealer has a closed sign on its door might as well be an hour in which they have a flashing neon marquee that says "WE HATE CUSTOMERS"

  4. I'm not a dealer but I feel bad for them.

  5. I wonder if people on Page Plus even save after taxes are added to their auto pay after the discount.

  6. Calling Mart is not discounting any of Ultra Mobile plans either.

    1. Try code CA3P-1207 for 3% off most refills. I think it works for Ultra.

  7. You really have no clue do you? Do you really expect someone to stay open 24/7 just so someone can pop in at 3 A.M. to pick up a SIM card. I suppose if it was your business you would have no qualms paying your employees wages on such a loosing proposition?


    1. c'mon, it's automated software

    2. I think Anonymous meant to reply to the other Anonymous who said:

      "Like staying open a lot longer. Any hour that a brick-and-Mordor (sic) dealer has a closed sign on its door might as well be an hour in which they have a flashing neon marquee that says "WE HATE CUSTOMERS".

      Unless you mean that dealers should have sophisticated vending machines out front selling PINs, SIMs, Phones and accessories and doing activations and performing repairs after hours.

    3. That's actually not a bad idea.

      The repairs wouldn't be feasible, but everything else could be handled via automation and DIY.

      It'd be a lot more convenient than dealing with limited hours and hand-wringing upsellers.

  8. Dennis, that is who I was replying to unfortunately some times the machine I use at work won't let me reply directly to a particular comment.


  9. I'm sure the commission changes from Tracfone to its dealers will impact so may of them in a big way. I remember when prepay refills announced they were closing because of the commission reductions and could no longer afford to stay open. Luckily someone bought the off and they are still open but I imagine a lot of dealers had a much worse fate.
    I hope it doesn't affect Callingmart in any profound way. They seem well established and big enough to still remain in business as they sell services for a good number of different MVNOs.

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