Harbor Mobile's Plans Summary
Summary of Harbor Mobile, a T-Mobile MVNO rates and plans.

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Harbor Mobile's Plans Summary
Summary of Harbor Mobile, a T-Mobile MVNO rates and plans.

         Harbor Mobile has been around for a few months although until now we had not been covering them due to their service being primarily aimed towards businesses, which it still is.  However, sole proprietors and entrepreneurs can still apply which covers quite a range of people.  This MVNO is a T-Mobile reseller that offers no contract cell phone plans that provide some of the best value in the market.  All plans include unlimited talk and text and range in price from $30-$50 for 2.5 GB of 4G LTE to unlimited LTE data with no throttling (except under certain circumstances such as "continuous Web camera posts or broadcasts, automatic data feeds, automated machine-to-machine connections or peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing applications that are broadcast to multiple servers or recipients....").  The plans basically mirror T-Mobiles Simple Choice plans but at a fraction of the cost.  For instance you can stream audio from Spotify and other networks and not have that count against your data cap just like you can with T-Mobile.  Roaming is also included.  They are even offering to pay up to $350 towards your ETF if you are willing to switch to them.  T-Mobile sim cards even work with their service, and if you don't already have one you can order one from Harbor MobileHarbor Mobile's pricing and policies seem pretty aggressive in terms of trying to attract new customers.  Are they enough to get you to give them a try?







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9 Comments on "Harbor Mobile Offers Businesses, Entrepreneurs, and Sole Proprietors Unlimited 4G LTE for $50"

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Jerrett Morris
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HARBOR MOBILE will no longer be affiliated with TMOBILE if thats bad news then here is the good news Harbor Mobile WILL NOW switch to AT&T. Yes HARBOR MOBILE will sell their services through AT&T. How do I know this you ask?????? Well, those of us whom has been waiting today since July 16th, then July 23rd, then sometime in August, then sometime next week know that Harbor Mobile reps would tell you that they are busy trying to finalize everything. Okay, so today (Weds, July 12th, 2015) I got sick of getting the run around and told a Harbor… Read more »
Dr. abdel
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Looks too good to be true ! I am in the process of switching over to Harbor Mobile, I just ordered a 4g LTE capable phone to use with their 50$ unlimited data plan, I just hope it stays truly UNLIMITED. On the other hand it says on their website “Porting: You can port in numbers from just about any carrier aside for T-Mobile (pre/post paid) and any T-Mobile MVNO” I’m not sure if I can port my number which is on Lycamobile (T-mo mvno) to Harbor Mo, I have previously ported this same number from Simple Mobile to Lycamobile… Read more »
Victor Carranza
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I been with Harbor mobile for 2 months and so far so good. I do have the 50 dollar plan and I have used 20 plus gbs no slow down for me.

Dr.abdel
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That’s what I thought ! definitely a contract term preventing HM from accepting numbers on T-mo’s mvnos, thanks for the advice .

Bestmvno.com
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I have heard back from Harbor, and you would need a new number, so you may want to try a cloud service to port to. It is strange that they can’t port your number. Could it have something to do with Harbors contract with T-Mobile that won’t let them port in?

Bestmvno.com
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The porting situation does in fact seem a bit odd, so I have contacted them to find out more. If you for some are required to get a new number, I suppose you can port your Lycamobile number to the cloud via Google Voice/Google Hangouts or RingTo and bypass the issue. Google Voice/Hangouts seems a little more advanced to me at this point.

Japzone
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Would’ve been awesome if I could use their $15 Data only plan with my phone, but it says Voice capable devices are excluded from the plan. 🙁

Bestmvno.com
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Yeah. That is a bit disappointing, particularly since you can turn any tablet into a “voice device” anyway.

Chris Kirman
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I’ve been on Harbor for 4 months. Aside from customer service going through harbor it iS t-mobile. CS is US based. They get busy at times but very helpful and at that price point getting a real live American on the phone or returning emails is unheard of.