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Tello Lets You Earn $10 Credit for Each Referral

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Tello wants you to invite your friends to become a customer! In exchange, you will be receiving rewards for every referral you make.

Earlier today, the Sprint MVNO unveiled its new subscriber referral program. This is one way they hope to gain more customers to sign up for service.

As a customer, you will be getting a unique link to send to your friends. If you have a friend that subscribes to Tello using the link, you will be receiving a $10 account credit, together with your friend.

The good thing about this referral program is that there is no limit on how many friends you can refer. As long as they sign up using the unique link you share on social media or another website, you'll be receiving the referral credit on your account.

This new referral program comes as the MVNO's way of celebrating its 2nd anniversary. Apart from introducing this referral program, Tello has also announced a promotion for new and existing customers to get 50% off on 1-2 months of service.


If you have friends you want to invite to Tello, you can click on this link to learn more.



Source: BestMVNO

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  1. Sprint?

    Been there, done that, couldn't get a signal inside buildings.

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    1. Been there, done that got good signal inside buildings.

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    2. When I was in Sprint, the signal faded a few feet away from grocery store windows, for example. If I had to call him to ask about something in the dairy case in the back, I had to go back to the very front of the store. This was on top of Sprint working about 10% of the places I went to (which reflects how Sprint only works in a similarly small proportion of where Americans need to use their phones nationwide)

      I am on T-Mobile now, and the signal cuts through buildings like butter.

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  2. In my city, Sprint signal inside buildings is excellent, as it should be with their relative low frequency band. T-Mobile has problems inside large buildings here, as one would expect from their higher frequency bands.
    As a reference: I work intermittently in large older buildings around town, hotels & convention centers. The only ones with problems with Sprint coverage inside the buildings are those with already iffy coverage outside the building, or buildings where every network has problems without a repeater. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint are generally fine.

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  3. Everywhere Sprint works, every other network works better.

    Everywhere Sprint doesn't work, other networks still do.

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    1. Just not true for me. Half the places I go tmo native signal = 0. Sprint native signal is present in about 60% of the tmo 0 signal area. This is rural so outdoors/car/boat/small structures

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  4. "Everywhere Sprint works, every other network works better.

    Everywhere Sprint doesn't work, other networks still do."


    True, but you will always get someone who will come up and say "Sprint is just the same as other networks!" due to the fact that in all the US, there's a total of 23 square miles of area where Sprint works better than any other network.

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  5. Who cares people. If it works USE IT and quit whining.

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    1. It's Sprint, I mean, come on. With Sprint, in the vast majority of the US territory, there is no such thing as "use it".

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    2. Then use someone else! Why do people make non important things so difficult?

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  6. The vast majority do use something else. The problem is that people are getting fooled with intentionally deceptive advertisements from Sprint, such as the one where they say it's 99% as good as Verizon.

    If the advertisements were honest, probably 70% of Sprint's customer base would leave

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    1. "99% as reliable"
      I take that to mean network downtime. It probably is an honest claim albiet re a pretty meaningless metric.

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  7. It is not as good as other networks, it lost connection sometimes when I'm in some certain buildings (not at home though, maybe that's because those buildings have a lot of big glass window?)
    Anyway, if you're just looking for a cheap plan that you can use to contact people and you don't need much data, then it can still work.
    My referral code is P3ZSRN7J. Enter it when you sign up for an account and we'll both get $10 after your first order.

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