Mint Mobile has announced a Black Friday sale. The company is offering 3 months of service with unlimited everything and the first 5GB of data at 4G LTE data speeds for just $20 or less than $7/month. Mint Mobile normally charges new customers $60 for this plan. That's a 66% price reduction! There is no coupon code required to get the deal.
The sale starts today, November 22nd, and will be for a limited time only. Mint Mobile has not yet specified an end date for the promotion. (Update: As of 12/5/2018 the deal is still live).
After the promotional period ends, subscribers will have the option to renew their plan for either 3, 6 or 12 months. The longer a customer renews their plan the more savings they'll get. The renewal rates are below.
5GB Multi-Month Plan Renewal Rates
- 3 month pricing - $30/month with $90 due up front.
- 6 month pricing - $24/month with $144 due up front.
- 12 month pricing - $20/month with $240 due up front
Taxes and fees cost extra and are not included in the prices shown. Mobile hotspot is included with each plan.
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Mint Mobile also offers one plan with more data and one plan with less data that customers can switch to after their promotional period runs out.
2GB Multi-Month Plans
- 3 month pricing - $23/month with $69 due up front.
- 6 month pricing - $18/month with $108 due up front.
- 12 month pricing - $15/month with $180 due up front.
10GB Multi-Month Plans
- 3 month pricing - $38/month with $114 due up front.
- 6 month pricing - $30/month with $180 due up front.
- 12 month pricing - $25/month with $300 due up front
Mint Mobile is an MVNO that operates on T-Mobile. As long as you don't mind paying for service several months in advance, their plans provide some of the best value around. And at a cost of less than $7/month for a 3 month unlimited trial plan with 5GB of LTE data, Mint Mobile's Black Friday deal is a tough one for competitors to beat.