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    T-Mobile $15 connect plan

    A great deal for those that need minutes more than data. Anybody sign up?

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    I’m guessing yes, probably someone has.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterfield View Post
    I’m guessing yes, probably someone has.
    I am thinking about getting my parents on that plan.

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    Right now if you buy $80 in prepaid airtime (assuming you can find an open retail store) you get a free Moto E6 or LG Aristo 4+.

    Then next month you can switch your plan to cheaper connect plan. Great deal!
    “The Internet wasn’t meant to be metered in bits and bytes, so it’s insane that wireless companies are still making you buy it this way. The rate plan is dead — it’s a fossil from a time when wireless was metered by every call or text.” John Legere 1/5/2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by @TheRealDanny View Post
    Right now if you buy $80 in prepaid airtime (assuming you can find an open retail store) you get a free Moto E6 or LG Aristo 4+.

    Then next month you can switch your plan to cheaper connect plan. Great deal!
    Good tip! Thanks Danny. You guys are awesome in the T-Mobile forum

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    $15 is not that bad. (T-mobile)
    - non-family plan.
    - no international nothing. No text, no calls. From the U.S.
    - no international roaming.
    - no national roaming
    - no perks, this is just a plain talk/text with capped data at 2gb
    - every year you will get an additional 500mb data for 5 years
    - at least for the next 5 years this plan will exist.

    $15 from MetroPCS
    - non-family plan
    - only for 2 months, after that the plan reverts to $30
    - no mention of international anything
    - no mention of perks
    - capped at 2gb

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr0w View Post
    $15 is not that bad. (T-mobile)
    - non-family plan.
    - no international nothing. No text, no calls. From the U.S.
    - no international roaming.
    - no national roaming
    - no perks, this is just a plain talk/text with capped data at 2gb
    - every year you will get an additional 500mb data for 5 years
    - at least for the next 5 years this plan will exist.

    $15 from MetroPCS
    - non-family plan
    - only for 2 months, after that the plan reverts to $30
    - no mention of international anything
    - no mention of perks
    - capped at 2gb
    Perfect for my parents.

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    T-Mobile $15 connect plan

    Waits for ATT to respond...

    Three, two, one.... Here it is!


    https://about.att.com/newsroom/2020/...t_prepaid.html

    Verizon. Your move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by @TheRealDanny View Post
    Waits for ATT to respond...

    Three, two, one.... Here it is!


    https://about.att.com/newsroom/2020/...t_prepaid.html

    Verizon. Your move.
    Verizon doesn't care about their prepaid service. If they did they would have stopped the bleeding years ago. If one really wants to only pay $15 a month Verizon is more than happy to let you leave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Buttler View Post
    Perfect for my parents.
    I have my 2 in-laws in this: (retired and dont care for smartphone) they have flip phones with huge buttons and they love it, and the ocassional pics i send them of their grandkids via mms.

    TAGmobile mvno (T-Mobile)
    - tagmobile.com
    - prepaid $10
    - unlimited talk/text and only 100mb (for mms)
    - no other perks or nothing, no national roaming.
    - all T-Mobile network nationwide.

    Tagmobile is an mvno for lifeline customers. But also they have the cheapest prepaid i have seen. 3 years and going..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    Verizon doesn't care about their prepaid service. If they did they would have stopped the bleeding years ago. If one really wants to only pay $15 a month Verizon is more than happy to let you leave.
    Nobody cares about your beloved Verizon! This thread is about T-Mobiles $15 plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by @TheRealDanny View Post
    Waits for ATT to respond...

    Three, two, one.... Here it is!


    https://about.att.com/newsroom/2020/...t_prepaid.html
    The link says: "To get started on the $15 limited time offer, just visit www.att.com/prepaid or use the MyATT app. "

    So I clicked that second link and I couldn't find any info about the $15 plan on that page?! I was interested to see if they gave specifics on how limited the limited offer was for.

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    I ordered a sim for the 15 T-Mobile plan so now just need to wait for the att plan to go active. I needed two lines so will most likely do one on att and T-Mobile

    Not bad for $30 plus taxes


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    Quote Originally Posted by themanhimself View Post
    I ordered a sim for the 15 T-Mobile plan so now just need to wait for the att plan to go active. I needed two lines so will most likely do one on att and T-Mobile

    Not bad for $30 plus taxes


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    I ordered a sim for my parents yesterday. The price can not be beat if you are a heavy voice user.

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    T-Mobile $15 connect plan

    It’s very simIlar to the Mint mobile plan (TMO MVNO), but you don’t have to buy a year’s worth of service to get the cheap rate.

    Kudos to TMO for offering a plan like this.

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