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CallingMart MLK 2018 Discounts Released

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CallingMart has released their new discounts in time for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. 

10% off AT&T refills with coupon code MLK1810

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5% off Verizon & Airvoice refills with coupon code MLK185

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4% off H2O with coupon code MLK184


3% off retail price of Red Pocket, Ultra, and T-Mobile with coupon code MLK183

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2% off retail price of Page Plus with coupon code MLK182

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The coupon codes posted here may be used with a minimum purchase of $18. The codes are valid from today until January 19, 2018.


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  1. Because nothing celebrates the great civil rights leader better than slight discounts on prepaid minutes?

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    1. They're MLKing it for all it's worth.

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  2. 2% off PagePlus is nothing to sneeze at, pal. This is bigger than Black Friday!!

    WHOOOO!

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  3. I think the lockout of Huawei from the US carrier market would be worth a story here.

    I'm sure that without them being shut out, major prepaid carriers would have offered done great deals on Huawei phones....

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    1. A bigger story is the new Bill in Congress that would ban the US Gov from buying equipment from either Huawei or ZTE, or doing business with companies that use their equipment or services. ZTE was fined $1 Billion for selling comm gear to Iran despite sanctions, and then lying about it when caught.

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    2. Yes, as you said, ZTE directly aided terrorists.

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    3. I guess LG and Lenovo (Moto )are pretty happy. Meanwhile too bad for us consumers. Less competition means higher prices.

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    4. LG is phasing out, too.

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    5. "to answer the question if LG has given up on its smartphone business, it’s a big “No!” The company has only shifted its focus to different areas, but it will still continue releasing new smartphones. Besides, IBTimes learned earlier this year that the company already saw an improvement on its sales figures in the U.S. "

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    6. I suspect the bans on ZTE and Huawei are not random. The government allows all kinds of phones and other stuff from China to be sold here. There are reasons those two have been singled out.

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    7. I think ZTE should have been banned permanently after they were caught supplying the North Korean missile program and also aiding terrorists.

      Huawei is a curious choice to ban. I have been seeing reports that this company treats its workers much better than the Apple Foxconn workers, and also the Samsung workers. Huawei is clearly not the same sort of spyware garbage that the Blu phones are. So I wonder if some competitors pressured Congress to ban them just to get rid of competition.

      Huawei offered by carriers could have become a huge deal in the US. ZTE is always just a marginal player. No competitive threat ever.

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    8. "According to the Chinese startups’ official website, Adups’ clients include two of China’s largest cellphone manufacturers: ZTE and Huawei."

      S: Cyberscoop

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    9. Cyberscoops is just clickbait, and "spyware" is a term made up by fake news. Don't believe the hype. These are safe products.

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    10. The New York Times also reported that Huawei was a client of Adups. Huawei first denied any commercial relationship with Adups. When researchers later discovered Adups software on Huawei phones, the company denied it was their fault. They blamed a distributer for installing it (!).

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  4. "Less competition means higher prices."

    Huawei's Unlocked Mate 10 Pro @ Best Buy soon...$799.99

    Huawei's Unlocked Mate 10 PORSCHE Design @ Best Buy soon...$1,225.00
    & it comes in "Diamond-Black" {{ ma eyes is waterin' }}

    I'm not seeing TeaMobile's 66 or 71 band on either model.

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    1. Less competition can often lead to higher prices, but not always.

      The cell carrier consolidation over the past couple of decades, for example, has given us less competition... along with prices trending down and the value soaring.

      If we look at this particular example, Hauwei has had such a tiny presence in the US market that there is no reason to believe it's departure will affect prices: it wasn't competing before, really.

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  5. Account registration is broken. Doesn't connect to captcha nonsense, therefore can't complete purchase. Waste of time.

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  6. There's never a good reason for capcha anyway, when you think about it.

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  7. fact of the matter is that huawei prepaid phones are available on AT&T and Cricket. in time, you can get them unlocked to be used on t-mobile plus other mvno carriers. they are great phones with features at their price points. and dont be so dumb as to think some chinese agency cares what websites you visit or whom you call or text. they pay more attention to apple and samsung buyers than you huawei or blu owners. as willie sutton once said, " go where the money is"

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    1. Fact is that the US gov is pressuring AT&T to stop selling Huawei devices, and end its work with Huawei on 5G equipment standards. The gov will also take action to ban China Mobile from entering the US market because of national security concerns (according to two Congressional aides). Lawmakers are also advising companies that if they have any ties to Huawei or China Mobile, they may not be able to do business with the federal government. National security experts fear that any user location data from Huawei devices would be available to Chinese gov intelligence services.
      From an article today on Fox News.

      Huawei was started by a former military member of the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army. He is still an active member of the Communist Party, and there is a Communist Party Committee within the company. All Chinese telecom companies have close ties with the military, because they are considered strategic partners. Actual ownership and control of Huawei is obscure. Huawei says the company is owned by its employees, but in China employees are not allowed to buy or sell stock in companies. When a Huawei employee leaves, they must sell their "share" of Huawei back to the company.

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    2. Verizon is reportedly under pressure to cancel the launch of Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
      As reported in Digital Trends and CNET. Speculation is that it's over security concerns related to Huawei's close ties to the Chinese government. Apparently the endorsement of Wonder Woman did not help.

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    3. Neither AT&T nor Cricket show any Huawei phones for sale on their websites. Cricket Huawei phones are still in the retail store supply chain, e.g., Best Buy and Amazon, but may not be once the inventory sells out.

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  8. "Sources told Reuters that members of Congress had urged federal regulators to oppose any new deal with Huawei, and that they continue to pressure AT&T to all cut ties to Huawei, including the sale of handsets by the company’s prepaid brand Cricket Wireless and their cooperation on a global initiative to develop 5G standards.

    “The next wave of wireless communication has enormous economic and national security implications," Michael Wessel of the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission told Reuters. "China’s participation in setting the standards and selling the equipment raises many national security issues that demand strict and prompt attention."

    Two unnamed congressional aides told the news service that lawmakers were concerned about security issues — namely, that Huawei's ties to the Chinese government could allow Beijing to collect data from its U.S. users.

    One aide also signaled that maintaining ties could make it more difficult for U.S. companies to do business with Washington."

    Source: Wireless Week

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    1. This issue has been going on for years. They must have found some things; despite what ZTE did with Iran and others there isn't a current move to ban their phones, which AT&T has sold for years.
      https://www.pcworld.com/article/2110960/nsa-hacked-into-servers-at-huawei-headquarters-reports-say.html

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  9. you have more to worry about from the cia and the nsa than from any supposed chinese monitoring......

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