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Mint Mobile Releasing Feature that Will Let You Save Money on Your Data Usage

Mint Mobile is releasing a new feature on their recently unveiled $30 unlimited plan. 

The new feature was announced by actor Ryan Reynolds, who also happens to be one of the owners of the T-Mobile MVNO. 

The feature helps give users a better way of understanding their usage and recommendations on how they can save money with their plan. The feature works by giving light and moderate data users a recommendation to renew to a cheaper plan with a small data allotment that best suits their usage.  

The feature is described by Mint Mobile as:

"What if you don't really need unlimited? Seriously, if you don't, we can help you save even more money with Mint... we're gonna be sending you monthly updates showing you exactly how much data you're using. You can also check your data usage in the app. Then, when it's time to renew your plan, we'll recommend the perfect plan for you so you can save as much money as possible. And if that means you should downgrade into something that isn't unlimited, then we're gonna suggest you do so. BTW, the average person only uses about 6GB per month.

But wait, don't most big wireless companies try to upsell me even if I don't need it? Yes, they certainly do... but luckily, we're not them. Our whole thing is to make sure you get premium wireless for less. Because if you're only using 5, 6 or even 9 GBs a month, you shouldn't be paying more for an unlimited plan you don't need."

There is no mention on when this new feature will be available, but Ryan Reynolds shares it will be released in a couple of weeks. You can watch his announcement here:


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  1. Although, I've never been on the unlimited plan, I can confirm I received one of these this past August: "But now your current plan is coming up for renewal in 5 days.

    Savings alert. After looking at your data usage, we noticed you’re using way less data than you have in your plan. Switch to a smaller GB and save even more on your wireless. We got you."

    At the risk of sounding like a commercial, I've tried many many other carriers, but I always find my way back to Mint (and it has WiFi calling too).

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