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Xfinity Mobile Offering $150 Prepaid Card When You BYOD an iPhone

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Xfinity Mobile is currently offering a pretty awesome deal on new line activations for customers who port their iPhone device.

According to a forum thread on SlickDeals, the Comcast-owned MVNO is offering a $150 prepaid card for customers who bring their iPhone to Xfinity Mobile and activate a new line of service. If you are interested in being a customer, you will need an account with Xfinity internet's service. You can then take your pick from one of the plans offered by Xfinity Mobile:

  • $12 per month - includes 1GB data
  • $45 per month - includes unlimited data
Among the devices you can bring with this offer are: 

  • AT&T: iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, or iPhone SE
  • Sprint: iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, or iPhone X
  • T-Mobile: iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, or iPhone SE
  • Verizon: iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, or iPhone X

These iPhone models need to be unlocked before you activate your service with Xfinity Mobile. 

Xfinity Mobile's BYOD iPhone offer is only available until August 5, 2018. It is not available in all areas. You also need to remain an Xfinity Mobile customer for 90 days after activation. The $150 prepaid card will be mailed to the Comcast account holder within 16-18 weeks of activation. 

If you need more information on Xfinity Mobile, read our No-Contract Operator Profile



Source: SlickDeals




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  1. Is it possible to port in Google Voice number?

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  2. Perfect. I was going to switch to Xfinity Wireless anyway when our Fios contract expires in July. This gets us a $300 bonus for two lines. You can get up to 5 $150 prepaid cards per account.

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    1. Timing is perfect, with the free year on Sprint ending for my wife and me.
      Now we get a $300 bonus that will pay for another free year!

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  3. Love Xfinity mobile, hotspot access 95% of places I go, plus a Verizon signal the rest of the time.. Can't beat it.

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  4. Droids not wanted, huh?

    Guess we'll just have to find a different lunch counter that'll actually serve us up some unlimited data.

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    1. Waaa! Waaa! A free droid phone after rebate is not good enough.

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    2. You can't beat them, so JOIN them. "Every quarter, 15-20% of new iPhone customers are former droids. The iPhone SE is one of the most popular models among former Android fans, but there’s a lot of love for larger Apple devices, too." About 40% of switchers from G-land pick a Plus-sized iPhone.
      The $150 prepaid card will buy somebody a very nice SE, a used 6 64GB or a 16GB 6S. And then you get free unlimited TnT on Verizon (plus 100mb/month and 30,000 free Xfinity hotspot access).
      S: Latest data from a survey of 2,000 US customers in the U.S. by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners

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    3. Surveying people in Apple stores just isn't an objective measure of the market.

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  5. This (SlickDeals) article does NOT mention that you can also get $150 back on LG and Moto phones bought from Xfinity Mobile. LG K30 and X Charge. Moto E5 Plan (they pay YOU net $30).

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  6. Can you use an AT&T/T-Mobile phone on Verizon network for voice and text??????

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    1. You can also use an unlocked AT&T iPhone SE. They sell refurb on eBay for about $110. Same model for Verizon and AT&T. The $150 rebate card pays for the iPhone.

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  7. A few AT&T and Verizon phones including the the iPhone 6 and 6s are fully functional on the Verizon network but most aren't.

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  8. Why no mention of the free Moto E5?

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    1. Ask SlickDeals. This site usually just copies news articles and changes a few words.

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  9. So this could be "free" Verizon phone service for a year?

    Sign up, get the $150 card, use it for 12 x $12=$144. Cancel or do something else then. (I suppose there are taxes etc, so maybe only 8 months)

    The "No Contract Operator Profile" doesn't mention a $12 plan. It does mention a "By the Gig" option. Could you switch onto that, turn off data, and have a glovebox phone.

    Unfortunately, hatred for Comcast is intense. My friends with Comcast either cut that cord, or have so many kids they probably need all 5 lines.

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    1. Xfinity Mobile is only "free" if you are already paying for Xfinity Internet.

      The $12 Plan is the By the Gig plan. It's $12 per full or partial GB after the free 100 MB per month. It also includes unlimited talk and text along with 100MB/month.

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    2. The $12 GB are shared across all your lines. And you pay local taxes, which are $2/line for us. Comcast allows us 100MB/line before charging for 1GB @$12.

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