H2O Wireless 50 percent off first month promo
H2O Wireless Offers 50% Of Your First Month Of Service

AT&T MVNO H2O Wireless is currently offering 50% off of its monthly unlimited plans with code “50off” for the first month of service.  Additionally, free shipping with a free SIM card are also part of the promotion.

The offer can be combined with the companies previously announced bonus data promotion that features 8 GB of data for just $36 making this one heck of a promotion, and currently the best value that you can get from an AT&T based network provider.

 Monthly Unlimited Plans With 50% Off

All plans include unlimited talk, text, international talk, and international text as well as throttled 2G data once the plans high speed data is used up.

  • $15/month (regular price $30) – 3 GB of high speed data (previously 1 GB)
  • $17.50/month (regular price $35) – 4 GB of high speed data
  • $20/month (regular price $40) – 8 GB of high speed data (previously 3 GB)
  • $25/month (regular price $50) – 10 GB of high speed data (previously 5 GB)
  • $30/month (regular price $60) – 12 GB of high speed data (previously 6 GB)

The 50% off promotion is only for new activations and transfers.  It is an extension of a previous offer that expired back in December.  H2O Wireless has not said when the new offer will expire, and their webpage hasn’t been updated with this information either.

See also:  H2O Wireless Adding More High Speed Data To Plans

If you’ve already missed the promotion, independent H2O Wireless dealers through Amazon.com regularly offer very similar deals.

To find out more, visit H2O Wireless’s Facebook page.


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Just an fyi, int’l sms still sits at 100 outgoing and unlimited incoming per their FAQ page.

I might consider porting over to them from AV. Still no word on when this promo expires?

Do monthly plan prices revert back after the first month?