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Mint Mobile Lets You Save Big With Its Cyber Monday Deal

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Mint Mobile unveiled its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal, where customers can get the $60 plan at a discount. In addition to this, the T-Mobile MVNO revealed new plan renewal rates for customers who want to renew their plan.

New $60 Plan Promotion

For a limited time period, Mint Mobile is giving a 66% price discount on one of its plans. Instead of paying $60 per month for a 5GB of 4G LTE data unlimited everything plan, users only have to pay $20 for the plan. No coupon code is required to purchase the plan at this price.

Plan Renew Discounts

As mentioned, Mint Mobile is also offering savings to customers who renew their plans. The basic concept here is that the longer the plan is renewed, the customer gets to save more money. The pricing for the multi-month plan renewal shows these discounts:
  • 3 months 2GB multi-month plan: $23 per month, $69 up front due
  • 6 months 2GB multi-month plan: $18 per month, $108 up front due
  • 12 months 2GB multi-month plan: $15 per month, $180 up front due
  • 3 months 5GB multi-month plan: $30 per month, $90 up front due
  • 6 months 5GB multi-month plan: $24 per month, $144 up front due
  • 12 months 5GB multi-month plan: $20 per month, $240 up front due
  • 3 months 10GB multi-month plan: $38 per month, $114 up front due
  • months 10GB multi-month plan: $30 per month, $180 up front due
  • 12 months 10GB multi-month plan: $25 per month, $300 up front due

Taxes and fees are not yet included in these prices and may cost extra. 

Mint Mobile's Black Friday sale launched on Nov. 22, 2018 and is available for a limited time period. 


Source: BestMVNO  

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  1. 20 DOLLARS FOR 5GB IF YOU PAY UPFRONT 240 for a year Plan was always there. nothing new.

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    1. It seems you are confused about the offer. Customers pay $20 total for 3 months of service, not $20/month. This is new.

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  2. Also DOA, especially risking losing months of investment when, not if, this MVNO’s number is up on the MVNO musical chairs game.

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  3. I have been with them for over 2 years now. Mint got excellent service and value!

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  4. No risk if you get the $20 package for 3 mo 5GB/mo svc... and get $5 off shipping with code 'IRFREESHIP' and also $20 back from eBates.

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  5. I've been with Mint for a couple of years as well. While an MVNO going under is a pain--got caught with Ptel--it's mostly about the risk of losing my number. There is risk of financial loss but it's overstated and I clearly don't grasp the DOA thinking.

    For example, after Ptel, my wife and I went to Cricket (on the assumption that ATT (Cricket) and T Mobile (MetroPCS) were safe from the threat of losing either number or money. When Cricket network went down, we realized that we probably shouldn't be on the same network so I switched to Mint.

    And that's where the DOA math doesn't add up. We both have 2GB service. On autopay, my wife's bill is $35 a month or $420 a year.
    I just renewed Mint for $192 annually with tax. In essence, my wife takes a guaranteed loss of $228 a year (420-128) to avoid a possible loss of $192 (and the risk of that potential loss decreases each month) with a "risky" MVNO.

    I have no idea how much Mint is a "risk". I do know that I've had decent service for some time now and saved a lot of money to boot. I have no reservations in recommending Mint, at least in my area of the Pacific NW where we have good TMobile coverage.

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  6. Remember, it's on the T-Mobile network, which is still significantly worse than AT&t and Verizon. And still at this point won't meet the needs of most Americans.

    And if you don't get one of those very few models that support the T-Mobile band 71, it's actually pretty bad.

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