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Red Pocket Mobile Currently Running eBay Sale

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Red Pocket Mobile is currently running a sale on eBay. A representative for the MVNO sent out an email notifying its contacts about the ongoing sale.

The list of products that are on sale include the following:

One Year 100 Talk, 100 Text, and 500 MB LTE
Regular Price: $60
Sale Price: $55

90 Days Unlimited Talk and Text, and 1GB LTE
Regular Price: $69
Sale Price: $63

One Year 500 Talk, 500 Text, and 500 MB LTE
Regular Price: $99
Sale Price: $89

90 Days Unlimited Talk, Unlimited Text, and 4GB LTE
Regular Price: $119
Sale Price: $109

One Year 1000 Talk, Unlimited Text, and 1GB LTE
Regular Price: $179
Sale Price: $165

One Year Unlimited Talk, Text and Data with 2GB LTE
Regular Price: $249
Sale Price: $224


If you have been considering getting one of these products, you can do it now and save some money along the way. The MVNO's eBay sale is ongoing until Monday, November 20 at 8AM PST. You can head over to their eBay store to learn more about these products.

Red Pocket Mobile is an MVNO that runs the networks of AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

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  1. They will be cheaper on black friday week.

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    1. What is your prediction based on (past precedent, inside knowledge, or something else)?

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  2. Getting better, but MintSIM still has them beat. I need more data than 2GB, but their best plan on eBay jumps over $10/mo more to $30/mo for just 4GB. MintSIM gives 10GB/mo for $25. Having the option of Verizon coverage is a a little more, but not THAT much more when MintSIM's TMobile-based coverage is good enough for my needs (a little spottier than I'd like, but in my first 9 months of service it hasn't been a significant issue yet).

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  3. What is the profile of the company and people behind it! Google does not show much of it or of anything value!

    When some other MVNOs are shutting their doors, why this company is so dynamic!

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    1. Red Pocket is a privately held company so there's not a lot of information available. But: FCC Form 499 Filer Database Detailed Information - Red Pocket Mobile lists the officers' names, the business address and phone numbers. Red Pocket has been in business since 2006.

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  4. Paying for year in advance is like signing a contract.The risk is if the service degrades or worse Red Pocket folds you lose the entire tear prepayment. However at these prices if is risk work taking.

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    1. Fear vs greed. like stocks vs bonds choice.

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    2. I'd be leery of paying a year in advance for a fly-by-night like Red Pocket.

      I'd be fine with prepaying a year in advance for a division of ATT, TMO, VRZ, Sprint, or US Cellular.

      Anything these companies do is usually telegraphed months in advance: they won't go Ptel on you!

      The Carlos Slim/Tracfone divisions are similar, regardless of their iffy customer service: their major service changes are also telegraphed months in advance, and there's no chance that Tracfone will go under with only 4 days notice to its customers.

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    3. Yes it's worth it, you can cancel it or port out if you find a better deal or upgrade whenever you're ready towards the end of the annual service.

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    4. Red Pocket is no fly by night. I already have gone a year with Red Pocket but ported to Sprint for their "free" service for a year. My time with Red Pocket was fine with no service degradation. People like to knock on others before trying out.

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  5. Hard or soft (throttled data) cap on this plan.

    "One Year Unlimited Talk, Text and Data with 2GB LTE"

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    1. The 2 GB plan is soft capped, the the plans mentioned are hard capped.

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    2. A recent HOFO post on 11-16-2017 mentions a hard data cap on the Red Pocket 3GB yearly plan sold on Amazon -
      http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php/1898934-New-Red-Pocket-Annual-Plan-3GB-(-21-25)?p=16929992#post16929992

      Still a good value for many IF there are no service glitches for the one year period.

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    3. Of course. The Amazon item description says "Unlimited Talk, Unlimited Text & 3 GB of LTE Data". That means it's hard-capped. Soft-capped plans would say something like " Unlimited Talk, Text & Data with 3 GB LTE.

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  6. Eleven years in business is hardly "fly by night" but engaging with any brand can be risky. I've used Red Pocket off and on for years, and am currently trying to get my f***ng number ported to them now. My usage varies wildly, but I opted for one year at $55 (missed the $52 sale by a couple of days). You can buy little add-on's which will work great for me from time to time.

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  7. Can these plans be used to renew an existing plan? I have a yearly plan that ends at the end of December.

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  8. My ebay plan should be here by Saturday. I've had Red Pocket on Verizon network for a month, and other than the pain of porting my number over, it has been fine. Same connectivity that I was getting on PagePlus.

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  9. What's a decent phone Ebay or other spot for around $45-50 that would work with Redpocket? Best network for me would be Verizon...any suggestions?
    Would any unlocked GSM work? Thanks for suggestions....

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    1. I used the att sim in a gsm phone no problems. I couldn't get a vzn prepaid phone working with red pocket but that's vzn uptight locking policy.

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  10. I have had good service with the Moto X phone. Bought several for different family members with no complaints. About $10 over your price range but I think it is worth it for the quality you get. Refurbished on eBay for $60 from seller Bidallies.

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    1. Thx..so then another stupid question, will the locked to Verizon work on Red Pocket or does it need to be unlocked? I see a few Moto X but they say "locked Verizon". Thanks again for any input!

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    2. Beware of "Bidallies" on eBay. They have a poor feedback rating, and have been caught sending people broken phones more than a dozen times just this month... Times the company refused to make it right... You have to go out of your way to shaft customers to get a feedback rating below 99.5%, really.

      Look instead for a company with much better feedback that doesn't look like it is running a scam

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    3. The "locked Verizon" phones should work fine with most Verizon MVNO's (Tracfone excluded).

      I think one bad feedback out of a hundred phones shipped is not a bad record. Sometimes people have buyers remorse. I try to find sellers rated above 98% who have sold a lot of phones before I would buy from them.

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