New H2O Wireless Customers Get One Free Month Of Service On Select Plans
New H2O Wireless Customers Get One Free Month Of Service On Select Plans

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H2O Wireless is offering new customers one free month of service with or without a ported number.  Customers must activate on the MVNO's $20 plan which for a limited time will include 1GB of LTE data or their $30 plan which for a limited time will include 6GB of LTE data.  The promotional offer was first spotted by Wave7 Research.

Offer Fine Print

The offer launched on February 1, 2019 and is scheduled to last until March 31, 2019.

Those who elect to signup for H2O Wireless's $20 plan will receive 1GB of LTE data for up to 3 months.  The plan normally only includes 500 MB of LTE data.

In order to get the bonus data after the free month of service, customers must recharge their plan before the free month expires and before plan expiration the following month.  The recharges must occur by July 31, 2019.  If automatic payments are enabled, the requirements should automatically be taken care of. Additionally, customers who enable auto-pay will get 15% off the price of their plan for their first 3 months of paid service.  That means the $20 plan drops down to just $17/month.  After 3 months of paid service, the auto-pay discount goes to its regular rate of 10% off.  Data is hard capped on this plan.

Besides the 1GB of LTE data, the $20 plan also includes unlimited talk, text and international talk and text.  International calling is available to over 50 countries.  The plan also comes with a $10 international calling credit so you can call countries that are not available to call for free.

Those who elect to signup for H2O Wireless's $30 plan will receive 6GB of LTE data for up to 3 months.  In order to get 6GB LTE data for the first 3  months, subscribers will need to recharge their plan twice by March 31, 2019.  The plan normally comes with 3GB of LTE data and that is the amount of data customers will receive after their promotional allotment runs out.  This plan comes with all the same calling and international calling features that the $20 plan offers.

Both plans have a restriction on download speeds.  Download speeds are limited to a maximum of 8Mbps for LTE devices, and 4Mbps for HSPA+ devices.  Video streaming is limited to a maximum resolution of 480p.

Discounted Phones

If you need a device, H2O Wireless is offering 50% off select budget devices.  Most are a bit older.  Here are the devices that are on sale.

  • Alcatel 1X for $50, regularly priced at $99.99.
  • Samsung Galaxy J2 Prime for $49.99, regularly priced at $49.99.
  • Samsung Galaxy J3 for $69.99, regularly priced at $139.98.
  • Alcatel IdelXCITE for $25, regularly priced at $50.00.

More About H2O Wireless

H2O Wireless operates on the AT&T network.  The MVNO is believed to have around one million subscribers.  The number was disclosed when Telrite Holdings INC,  announced that it purchased H2O Wireless through the acquisition of its parent company Locus Telecommunications. Telrite Holdings INC, also owns Pure TalkUSA which is another MVNO that operates on the AT&T network.

H2O Wireless SIM cards can be found in brick-and-mortar stores such as Best Buy and Target.  Top-up cards can be found at 7-Eleven, Speedway and Rite-Aid.  It is also a popular brand sold through independent wireless dealers.  SIM cards and plans can also be found sold at a discount online through Amazon.

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I don’t understand the terms of this deal. Is it a buy two months get one free deal or is it rather a 30 day trial where one can cancel at the end and owe nothing? The terms and conditions are confusing. Your post says “activate” but the TOC says, “sign up” which may or may not mean the same thing.