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US Mobile Offering 50 Percent Off On Your Plan for the Next 6 Months

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US Mobile, a relatively new bring-your-own-phone MVNO to enter the market, has an exciting promotion that will allow its customers to save some serious money. The promotion is unveiled by CNET, who was given a unique promo code for this specific purpose. According to their article, you can save up to 50 percent per month for the next six months.

So how exactly can you take advantage of this promotion?

CNET shares that all you have to do is use their unique promo code cheapskate once you order your SIM card. It costs $3.99 with shipping. As soon as the SIM card arrives, activate service on any US Mobile Super LTE unlimited plan. When you use the promo code with this, you'll automatically get the discounted rate, which is 50 percent for the next six months.

As for your plan options, US Mobile has unlimited plans that start at $35/month and cost up to $75/month. These plans are not based only on usage but also on speed.

Here are the different plan options available:

Standard:

  • $35/month - Includes 100 minutes, 100 text, and 1Mbps unlimited data (With promo: $17.50/month)
  • $42/month - Includes unlimited talk and text, and 1Mbps unlimited data (With promo: $21/month)
  • $47/month - Includes unlimited talk and text, and 1Mbps unlimited data + hotspot (With promo: $23.50/month)
Fast:
  • $45/month - Includes 100 minutes, 100 text, and 5Mbps unlimited data (With promo: $22.50/month)
  • $52/month - Includes unlimited talk and text, and 5Mbps unlimited data (With promo: $26/month)
  • $57/month - Includes unlimited talk and text, and 5Mbps unlimited data + hotspot (With promo: $28.50/month)
Ludicrous:

  • $65/month - Includes 100 minutes, 100 text, and uncapped unlimited data (With promo: $32.50/month)
  • $70/month - Includes unlimited talk and text, and uncapped unlimited data (With promo: $35/month)
  • $75/month - Includes unlimited talk and text, and uncapped unlimited data + hotspot (With promo: $37.50/month)

The 50 percent off promotion is, again, valid only for six months. As soon as the 6th month is up, you'll be charged with the regular monthly rates. A $4 service fee is charged on each plan so make sure to take note of this.

For the longest time, US Mobile has been an MVNO operating strictly under T-Mobile's network. But for some time now, the MVNO has been offering service from the "biggest 4G LTE network" in the country. Even though they can't outright name which carrier this is, everyone knows it's Verizon.

If you're interested in activating service under US Mobile, you can check here to see if your phone is compatible under their network.


Source: CNET

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  1. I have no idea what those speeds mean in comparison to other carriers, very confusing.

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    1. Divide the Mbps by 8 to get the value in MB per second. Basically:

      1Mbps = 128KBps/0.125MBps - this is the fallback speed TMo gives you to tide you over when your data allotment runs out. Pretty slow, but technically can be used for most everything outside of video (might be able to watch 144p videos meant for ancient "dumbphones"). Medium quality music streaming should be okay.

      5Mbps = 640KBps/0.625MBps - still slow, but more useable. Should be okay for 360p video. High quality music is definitely usable, barring lossless formats like FLAC.

      I doubt I need to define truly unlimited...

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    2. @SanctimoniousApe

      The 2G fallback speed that TMo/other carriers give you is not 128KB/s, but 128Kb/s: https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-2741

      1Mbps is enough for 480p video on Youtube, while 5Mbps is enough for 720p and even some 1080p video on Youtube.

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  2. I have my own promo code: JUNK
    Another nuisance lure to a come-and-go MVNO desperately trying to stay ahead of death.

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  3. what speed does voip on google hangout and whatsapp require?

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  4. Not sure why everyone is responding so negatively to this. It looks like a great deal.

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    1. Overpriced postpaid devices are the only good phones that'll work on a Verizon MVNO, which cripples the Verizon BYOD market.

      That's why Verizon MVNOs are DOA, unless they sell their own devices at prices us misers are willing to pay.

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    2. No. Years ago that was correct, before LTE. Now you can get quite a few budget unlocked Verizon LTE phones.

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    3. I said good phones, not budget phones.

      If you want a new unlocked, Verizon-certified VOLTE device with 32GB of ROM and a card slot, you'll have to pay an extra few hundred dollars.

      Most price-conscious phone wonks stick to GSM or Trac brands instead, if only because you can get more for much less.

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    4. Because this is trash, you're better off going directly to Tmo at the prices they're charging. There's so many better options that whatever this garbage is.

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  5. I have used 750 kbps on dsl and it can play video ok.
    I have used 1 mbps on dsl also and it is a little better.
    You might get some lag but it can play video.
    However, you must pay more for hotspot.
    If the $35 plan had hotspot i would buy it for sure.

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  6. Can we change the plan within the 6 months and still get the 50% off?

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  7. Good deal for Verizon but sadly the promotion expired.

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