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Total Wireless New Rewards System Lets You Get Free Month of Service

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Wireless providers love to give rewards to their subscribers who refer a friend. Total Wireless has just come up with a new rewards point system that allows subscribers to exchange these posts for a service plan.

According to today's report, you can use the rewards points to get a service plan for free. However, you won't be able to use the points right away. It will take 60 days before the points can be applied towards your service. Additionally, you won't be able to use the points unless you have accumulated enough points.

So what are the phone plans you can use the rewards points on?

  • $25/month plan - unlimited talk and text only plan requires 2,500 points
  • $35/month plan - unlimited talk and text with 5GB of 4G LTE data requires 3,500 points
  • $50/month plan - unlimited talk and text with 25GB of 4G LTE data requires 5,000 points
  • $90/month plan - unlimited talk and text with 5GB of data each month for 3 months requires 9,000 points

You can also use the points on a shared family plan or to purchase a service add-on. The points you collect do not have any cash value. They also cannot be transferred to another customer. 

Get to know more about the Verizon MVNO's reward points system here



Source: BestMVNO 




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  1. Here is a Total Wireless referral/rewards code for 5,000 ($50) points: PPHD-7CB0

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    1. Use the UPDATED code, RYQV-D361, for 8,000 bonus points. This DOES WORK!

      Don't believe the others who are making false claims and giving their own code(s) that only generate 5,000 points!

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    2. @Sprinkay: Can you possibly tell where and how one can use these codes??

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    3. **UPDATED/WORKING CODE for 8,000 bonus points is AGCN-E751.**

      ** NOTE: You must signup for Total Wireless Rewards and use the code within 2 weeks (14 days) of joining and activating with Total Wireless in order to get the referral bonus points!**

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  2. You mean if I use this code and subscribe, I get $50 credit? Is it one time?

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  3. If you signup for Total Wireless Rewards with the referral code, PPHD-7CB0, you will get 5,000 bonus points (equivalent to $50), which can be used towards a Total Wireless service plan or phone.

    For example, the $50 1-line 25GB of data Total Wireless plan for one month would be free with this.

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    1. UPDATE: Use the Total Wireless Rewards Referral Code of PPHD-7CB0 now and receive $60 (6,000 bonus points), instead of $50 (5,000 points).

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  4. UPDATED: Use the code AVPL-22A9 for 8,000 ($80) bonus points through Total Wireless Rewards!

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  5. How/where does one use that code?? I'm asking for the second time.

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  6. Bad codes, I used code Code KBSP-EBFD and got the max points.

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    1. That is a bad code!!

      Use OULF-E8B9 for 8,000 (max) points!

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  7. Where and how do you enter this referral code? You can't join TW rewards without already having an active account.

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  8. Use the code FIFM-90BC to get 8,000 bonus points through Total Wireless Rewards.

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  9. These codes are not only bogus but there is no way to use them. You have to have an active account with TW in order to join their rewards program. If you already have an active account, you can't use a referral code. EOS.

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  10. The following referral/"friend" code, JTXE-99E0, will give a GUARANTEED 8,000 bonus points (equal to $80 credit) for Total Wireless Rewards program!


    Please comment if it works for you! Thanks!

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