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H2O Wireless Giving 4GB of Data for 3 Months Instead of 2GB

H2O Wireless, an AT&T MVNO, is currently running two promotions that might interest you.

If you are a new customer and decide to sign up with a $30/2GB monthly plan, you can get 4GB of data for the next 3 months. All you have to do is sign up for the plan before the promotion ends in March.

What this promotion means is that you get 2GB of data per month for free. While you're paying $30 per month, you can expect to get 4GB of LTE data per month for the next three months. This promotion is available for three recharges. The MVNO requires you to make the first recharge between February 1 and March 31 so you can receive the first 4GB data for the first cycle. Once the period is over, you have to make two other $30 plan recharges before July 1, 2018 so you can get the next 4G LTE data for the second and third months.

The condition here is that you have to keep that plan until it expires so that you can get the offer. Otherwise, the data of the prior plan will not be available anymore.

The $30 per month plan also includes unlimited talk and text, unlimited international text and talk to over 50 countries, and unlimited data after high speed data allotment has been used up.

The other announcement made by the MVNO today involves giving away an Apple iPhone 7. If you are a customer who has never signed up for Auto Recharge, now is the best time to do it. Once you enroll into this payment service between February 1 and March 25, you'll automatically be entered into the contest. Each Monday throughout the duration of the contest, winners will be drawn out.

So in a nutshell, today's announcement includes the 4GB of LTE data per month with your $30 per month plan. This promotion ends on March 31. Meanwhile, when you enroll your account to Auto Recharge, you'll be entered into the sweepstakes for a chance to win an iPhone 7. This contest ends on March 25.

Source: PrepaidMobilePhoneReviews

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  1. Thanks for the update. We miss the weekly deals article.

  2. Readers -- keep in mind that H2O has been throttled to 5 Mbps since last summer. Also, an iPhone on H2O cannot receive or send MMS messages (pictures texts or group texts that include Android users).

    1. Are you sure it's 5 and not 8?


    2. 8 Mbps actually. It was covered by PPN when the change took place.

      My personal experience with H2O was poor due to minimal online account management and being crammed, would not recommend. I'd advise any offer takers to set the expectation bar low.

  3. I agree with the other Anonymous poster. I do miss the weekly deals article that was always so in depth.
    Thanks for your work.

  4. H20 is NOT throttled to 5mbps. I just switched from them & regularly saw speeds up to 40 mbps.

  5. Wish H20 could match Good2Go Mobile'a pricing. 1 gig for $20.00, 3 gigs for $30.00 with autopay. You still get that wonderful ATT signal as well.

    Good2Go DOES NOT include any international calling in the base price. Pretty sure those who do not need international calling would enjoy the lower price points. You still get that wonderful ATT signal as well.

  6. Why even bother with 3 months of extra data? If you usually consume 4GB then subscribing to the 2GB plan for 3 months is a temporary discount (you'll need to upgrade to the $40 plan). If you usually consume less than 2GB then the promo isn't attractive enough to switch. Cricket already offer 5GB for $35 with the same throttle, but has subsidized phones, real customer service, and discounted top-ups (Best Buy, Target). H20 doesn't even work properly with iPhones. These guys haven't been competitive in years.

  7. Thx Christine, Dennis. Pls. update the Callingmart section with Valentine promo codes

  8. Why is this article clogging the "Popular" section??

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