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Mint SIM is Now Mint Mobile

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Mint SIM has a new name! The T-Mobile MVNO announced that its re-branding as Mint Mobile is now official.

According to the MVNO, the purpose of the re-brandng was to make it easier for everyone to understand what they are offering as a company.

Apart from announcing its new name, Mint Mobile does not have any special promotions or offers to market the change. You'll find that their multi-month phone plans stay the same price:


  • 2GB Data Monthly Plan - $45 for three months, $108 for 6 months, and $180 for 12 months
  • 5GB Data Monthly Plan - $60 for three months, $144 for 6 months, and $240 for 12 months
  • 10GB Data Monthly Plan - $75 for three months, $180 for 6 months, and $300 for 12 months


Mint Mobile's plans include unlimited data, Wi-Fi talk and text support on select Android devices. Taxes and fees not included.


Source: Mint Mobile

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  1. $180 2GB for a year of T-Mobile service is the best deal ever no matter the name😊

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    1. NO, the best deal is one year of Unlimited TnT and mobile data, with 10GB fast hot-spot for $3.84/month. That is what I pay on Sprint postpaid. With much better coverage than native T-Mobile.

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  2. do they turn the data off after it's used up and if not what's the speed after it's used up?

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    1. Slowed down to 128k

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  3. Yawn. Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss.

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    1. No, that's still the old boss.

      He just got a new haircut.

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  4. This is from ULTRA. This is their NON dealer brand (that beats the pants off the dealer offerings by cutting out the dealer.). Customers love it. Dealers tolerate it because unlike say Red Pocket or H20, they are under a different name. If a dealer sells other brands, they end up competing against their own carrier which offers offers that the dealer can't possibly match (h20). That's life. I expect the Sprint /Tmobile merger if it goes through the DOJ/FCC gauntlet to be a boom for dealers because prices will come up or at least stop dropping and customer's very long bull run will end. Which would suck for customers.

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  5. Eh, T-mobile service isn't worth it.

    They've gone the way of Sprint with too little coverage/capacity and too many subs dragging down their increasingly congested network.

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    1. I would have been with you if you'd have said T-Mobile has too little coverage, but "the way of Sprint" is wrong. T-Mobile's been lighting new towers, so at least they're trying. It may or may not be enough depending on what one's looking for in coverage, but they are trying.

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    2. I regularly get at least 8mbps on Cricket well past the point of deprioritization here in Whitopia, which is a huge improvement over even AT&T Prepaid speeds in the minority majority area I used to unhappily hang my hat in.

      On the other hand, Metro's deprioritization often knocked me down to an unusable 50KB/s on a regular and prolonged basis.

      The irony is that they used to be much better a couple years ago, but infrastructure development and spectrum deployment haven't kept up.

      Sprint had the same problem where it got popular from RingPlus and all the free stuff, then speeds took a nosedive straight into the gutter.

      The point is, Tmo and Sprint are basically trash anywhere where there's either high population diversity or a neglected lower population non-diverse market, as the overburdened network just can't provide the consistent speeds needed to justify what they're charging.

      tl;dr all those subscriber gains mean jack if the network can't even provide a single megabyte per second in an increasingly gigabit and terabyte world.

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  6. Hey Mint Mobile,

    Wanna see yer stuff in Walmart & other fine retail establishments!
    Find a way!

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    1. They are on the Best Buy website, not sure about in stores.

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    2. Not in stores.

      Should be, but they aren't.

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  7. Loved the price, liked the service for the calls & text. Data was a disaster, ALWAYS seemed like it was deprioritized during "peak," which in my experience was around 8AM until after midnight. Just horrible, worse speeds than if you'd run out of data. There were some days it would test at less than dialup speed, all day long. Ported out after two months with the third month paid but unused. Houston BTW, YMMV

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  8. I had the same experience. All Mint data is throttled to the point it is useless. All Mint plans should be considered Talk and Text only.

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    1. Very interesting.
      Perhaps the happiest Mint/TracFone type people are those working overnight shifts.
      Anyone's surveys ever compare MVNO happiness on the night-shifts as compared to people on normal dayshifts, 2nd shifts...?

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