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Simple Mobile's $25 Plan Now Includes 3GB of High Speed Data

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Simple Mobile has made a change to one of its no-contract service plans. The new change increases the data allotment available on the base plan from 1GB to 3GB while retaining its original price.

With the new change, the T-Mobile MVNO's No-Contract Service Plans now look like this:


  • $25 per month plan - Includes 3GB 4G LTE data ($20 with Auto ReUp)
  • $30 per month plan - Includes 2GB of 4G LTE data ($28 with Auto ReUp)
  • $40 per month plan - Includes 6GB of 4G LTE data ($37 with Auto ReUp)
  • $50 per month plan - Includes Truly Unlimited 4G LTE data with DVD quality video streaming ($45 with Auto ReUp)
  • $60 per month plan - Includes Truly Unlimited 4G LTE data with 10GB of mobile hotspot and DVD quality video streaming ($57 with Auto ReUp)

Each of these plans come with the following: 

  • Unlimited talk, text, and international text
  • Unlimited international talk to over 60 countries
  • International roaming in Mexico, Dominican Republic, and many countries in Latin America
  • $10 international talk credit for $25, $30, $40, and $50 plans
  • $20 international talk credit for the $60 plan

An additional line can be added to each of Simple Mobile's plans, starting from the $30 plan. There is an option to add a line for $25 each, up to 4 additional lines. 

With regards to the 3GB high speed data allotment on the $25 plan, this is only available for a limited time. The promotion starts on March 12, 2018 and ends on September 30, 2018. 



Source: Simple Mobile

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  1. Limited time promo is simply not worth the time

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  2. Great news. Carriers are ripping us off on limited data.

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    1. What qualifies as "ripping off", and please don't start comparing the US to Europe.

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  3. Why not keep it Simple & simply keep it @ 3GB/mo $25 permanent? It's T-mobile. I'd sign up with a S9+ in a heart beat if it were permanent.

    Do all T-mobile mvno's have access to the newer 66 & 71 Bands or is it a case by case contract? Would some mvno's not have access to 66 & 71 despite having a phone with those Bands in it?

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    1. September is pretty permanent in prepaid world, why not just enjoy it instead of whining about 7-8 months from now?

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    2. What are you talking about, they'll push you onto the most efficient band that doesn't disrupt their branded Tmobile customers.

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    3. T-Mobile does not block MVNOs from use of certain LTE bands.

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    4. @Anon1247, does any MNO?

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  4. Wonder if Cricket will match?

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    1. I doubt it. Cricket probably sees Metro as a direct competitor, not an MVNO underneath.

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  5. T-Mobile native footprint coverage...............Abysmal!

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    1. For fun, I typed in Abysmal in Google Maps to compare with T-Mobile's coverage map. They have great coverage in every abysmal place that came up.

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    2. Very good. I hope the coverage bot enjoyed this as much as I did ;-)

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    3. Looks like typing into Google and using a coverage map is different from actually being in the real world and seeing for yourself.

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  6. Is this limit time to sign up and then for the rest of the time I am on the $25 plan I will get 3 gigs, or after the promotional time it will revert back to 1 gigs?

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  7. Just wondering, based upon the wording in the article... if you sign up for the promotional $25 3GB plan, will it revert to the regular (more expensive) 3GB plan on September 30th? Or does this just mean that you have until September 30th to sign up (and the plan will stay at $25 if you sign up before that date)? Would appreciate any clarification that any of you could provide... thank you very much!

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    1. Simple Mobile doesn't say what happens when the promo ends. With marketing, if something is ambiguous, I always assume the worse. I expect that on 10/1/18 the plan will revert back to 1 GB.

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    2. That's pretty much what I figured, too. Thanks for the clarification!

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  8. The promotion is for 6 months!!!!

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  9. They'd have to include taxes & fees for this to be competitive with MintSIM.

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    1. MintSIM is a contract where you're hoping nothing goes wrong when you prepay upfront for months at time. I'll take MintSIM pricing on a single month-to-month any time.

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    2. There is no contract with MintSIM. You can leave at any time.

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    3. @Anon438 you can, but then you lose whatever balance is left on your multi-month balance (unless you're in your last month of your 3/6/12 month sign-up.) No refunds.

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  10. This is good, but Mint SIM is the absolutely best deal for singles on T-Mobile's network.

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    1. Mint Sim's promotion of 2GB unlimited talk and text at $15 per month when purchased in a 3 month block returns to $23 per month after those 3 months

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    2. How to keep paying only $15/mo:
      1. Port your number to Google Voice.
      2. Get new MintSIM card each time plan runs out.
      3. Forward GV# to new # with each new SIM.

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    3. Or just buy a year at a time, where it is still $15/month for 2 GB

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  11. don't laugh, but I want to go back to a flip and also just have talk and text only, no data. does anyone know if any of the major mvnos still offer plans like that? or even other mvnos? thanks :-)

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    1. Cricket Wireless has 2 flip phones to buy and talk and text is $25 per month unlimited. With no data though no MMS texting included

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    2. Try Red pocket eBay and Amazon yearly plan.

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    3. thanks anonymous 3:21 and 33 :-)

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    4. Nothing to laugh at! I'm humbled when I see somebody telling on a flip phone and not gawking at a 5 inch screen waiting for the answers to life.

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    5. Why do you want a flip phone instead of getting unlimited talk and text with no data on a smartphone?

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    6. Anonymous at 4:40 PM - Flip phones are easier to carry than smartphones, battery last longer than a smartphone, battery charges faster than a smartphone, flip phones can answer phone calls faster than smartphones, flip phones occupy less time during the day than smartphones are several reasons why flip phones are preferred over smartphones. But flip phones are not easy to find

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    7. thank you @Dennis :)

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    8. A refurbished iPhone 5c or iPhone SE would be a good flip phone stand-in, the SE in particular for battery life.

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    9. Pure TalkUSA is missing from the Best TnT Deals article.
      AT&T network, use the AMAC discount link.

      $10 for 400 min, 300 texts, 300mb/month; or
      $20 for Unlimited TnT, 600mb, unlimited slow data/month.

      Free SIM and free first month using AMAC.

      Also, T-Mobile PayGo does not charge for mobile data when you send a MMS; the price is the same as an SMS. You don't need to buy a data pass to send MMS.

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    10. I'm using T-Mobile pay as you go in one Moto RAZR and Lycamobile pay as you go in a Moto KRZR K1. Minimum/month for both phones is just over $3/month. Tmo gives no-extra-cost roaming on AT&T and regional GSM networks. Lyca offers lower rates, which saves a lot on longer calls. It is still easy to buy a good used Moto V3 for less than $30; I just paid $10.25 and it came with a good battery and a charger.
      If you have an unlocked 3G flip phone instead, Truphone offers free incoming calls and SMS. Good used 3G flip phone prices have gone up a little since AT&T shut down their 2G network.

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    11. Anonymous March 14, 2018 at 9:52 AM OR any one else on it -

      re AMAC discount plan on Pure Talk USA - do they verify membership when signing up for the plan? I see the AMAC discount mentioned in quite a few comments but no one metions having to join and the cost involved if you do actually have to join to get the AMAC plans.

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    12. You must have an awfully funny smartphone if you find answering with a flip phone to be quicker. Also, charging times can be much faster on a smartphone that has quick charge technology. Many can be charged by at least 50% in just 30 minutes. Battery life does not have to be all that different either, but you'd essentially have to turn every feature off and disable all apps and syncing on your smartphone if you don't want to have to charge it every other day. Flip phones are certainly easier to carry in the pocket, but when opened up, they are actually taller than a majority of smartphones on the market.

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    13. Some people have forgotten just how easy and comfortable flip phones can be. Open to answer without looking at the phone; close to change up. Much lighter and ergonomically shaped and sized for comfortable talking. Lighter and much more pleasant than a heavy slab to hold to your head. No hand is not a struggle - try your shoulder when you need an extra hand! Use a good flip for a few days; you may be surprised how easy and comfortable they can be.

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    14. "do they verify membership when signing up for the plan?"
      No. But the discounts are so good, it's worth $14-16/year even if they did.

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    15. @Anonymous2:59, If you are OK with the Sprint network, Twigby offers unlimited talk and text for $15 a month (plus taxes and fees), which includes no-extra-cost roaming on Verizon if you go off the Sprint grid. Right now they have a "50% off for the first two months" promo for new customers. If you would like to also get a referral bonus of $10 (paid after 45 days), please let me know by replying to this post and I will share my e-mail address with you to get that going. Thanks!

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  12. thanks anonymous 4:09 that was so :) and anonymous 4:40 I get smartphone anxiety at times with all the news and talk of hacks viruses and malware. sometimes it's nice at least to me to go back. it's freeing

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    1. Those are not things you have to worry about if you keep data disabled and don't download any apps or browse the internet with it. With all the "smart" features disabled, you get a much better typing experience and an easier screen to read on a smartphone than you do on a feature phone, plus many of these providers now give out smartphones for free with a plan purchase.

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    2. Sorry, but carrying a heavier smartphone around and charging it every day when I'm not going to use the features just doesn't make any sense to me. The whole point of going back to a simple phone is to avoid the urge to do all that typing .... so it will be nice to keep sms short. I can use the templates most of the time. I don't want to feed the addiction. Just read that 1/4 of Americans are on the Internet constantly. What a waste of a life!

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  13. Is there a typo on the $25 or $30 plan? The cheaper plan has one third more data and a larger discount for auto pay.

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    1. It's not a typo. Check the Simple site to confirm.

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  14. Too bad Simple Mobile is an America' Movil subsidiary.

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  15. I saw an explanation on Simple Mobile website. The $25 3gb offer will stay in effect after September 30 as long as service is uninterrupted afterward and you don't change your phone number. So stick with it and 3gb continues. I'm not sure what happens if you upgrade phones.

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    1. I can't find that statement on the Simple Mobile site. Can you post a link or directions on where to find it?

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    2. Here's the explanation:

      https://shop.simplemobile.com/shop/en/simplemobile/25-plan-with-1-gb-at-high-speeds--then-2g*-sm025tt-p

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  16. Mint sim does not have international free calling and text to 72 countries and simple mobile. For people who does international calling.

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