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Teltik Running New Year Promotion Until January 5

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T-Mobile business reseller, Teltik is currently running a new promotion in time for the New Year.

As announced yesterday, the new promotion lets you enjoy unlimited talk, text, and data for only $15 per month. If you're interested in taking advantage of this promotion, you will need to sign up for any of the voice plans offered by Teltik. You can then start enjoying unlimited talk, text, and data for at least $15 per month.

The offer includes domestic roaming, unlimited music streaming, calls to and within Canada, mobile hotspot, and many more.

This promotion is available on select plans and for new lines. The $15 per month rate is available for the first three months.

Apart from the $15 per month unlimited offer, Teltik is also offering a $50 credit to those who decide to port-in an existing number. In order to be qualified for this offer, you will need to choose between the $40 or $65 plan. Teltik lets you port-in your existing number as long as it's with a qualified carrier. Once this is done, you'll receive a $50 credit.

Upon checkout, make sure to use DDPORT50 promo code so you can be entitled to receive the credit. The line should remain active for a minimum of 90 consecutive days.

Teltik's New Year promotion runs until Jan. 5, 2018.


Source: Teltik

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  1. Only the first 2GB is high-speed data. This article is a misleading ad when it uses the word "unlimited" without mentioining the 2GB limit on high-speed data.

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    1. Glad I'm not the only one who noticed that, I just went straight to teltik's website to check it out, interesting that they basically offer binge on when I thought TMobile themselves were pretty much done with it.

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    2. Only 3 months and only 2 gigs, sounds very limited to me. On the other hand, the 50 dollar port-in credit sounds interesting.

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    3. Unlimited data means amount and not speed. Just like how unlimited data at 1.5mbps vs. 100mbps. Either way data is still unlimited.

      Speed has no bearing when it comes to the wording unlimited data unless you are factoring in how much bandwidth you can suck up with your connection being on at 24/7. The point is differentiating unlimited data and unlimited high speed data.

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    4. The point to be emphasized is that the normal data is limited to 2 gigs and is not unlimited. Unlimited refers to 128kbps throttled data. This article should have included this fact and needs to be revised as it is very confusing.

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    5. "normal data is limited..."
      I thought almost everybody here says "data is data" and "all data is the same."
      "All bits and bytes are data."
      But you say unlimited "128kbps throttled data".
      Wow; that's confusing.

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    6. Within limits of speed and total amounts... And yes this has been beaten to death... all data is the same. Video, web, tether, audio, ftp, VPN, etc.

      The "128 kbps" data falls under speed.

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  2. $15 for 2 gigs is really cheap for any mvno or carrier. 3 months because it is a promo and not a permanent plan. People now a days.

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  3. I'd be interested in their $30/mo unlimited tablet plan - use VoIP and I've got all I need. How does one qualify as a "business" when you're really not?

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    1. You don't and shouldn't.

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    2. To qualify, customers must submit their EIN or a scan of a document such as a business registration, DBA form, sales and use form, business license, permit, or a screenshot of website or online business listing.

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