Pure TalkUSA is currently offering new subscribers 50% off their first month of service when they subscribe to any plan. That means you can get unlimited talk, text and data plan with the first 10GB of data at LTE speeds for just $22.50. After the first month, the plan will go back to its regular rate of $45/month. Pure TalkUSA is powered by the AT&T network.
The offer will be available for a limited time only. Pure TalkUSA does not specify an end date for it. A promo code will automatically be applied to your shopping cart at check out, so you do not need to know one to get the discount. Taxes do cost extra and are not included in the price.
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The discount can also be applied to multiple lines. So if you want 3 lines of service on the $45 plan, each line will only pay $22.50 for the first month. Pure TalkUSA normally offers a monthly discount for those who have multiple lines. However, as part of the half off promotion, subscribers with multiple lines are not eligible for the multi-line discount on their first month of service. After the first month, the multi-line discounts will automatically be applied. Pure TalkUSA offers its subscribers 10% off the cost of their total bill if they have 2 lines, 3 lines get 15% off, and 4 lines get 20% off.
What Other Plan Options Are Available?
If you don't need a plan with that much data, Pure TalkUSA offers several other monthly plans. Those plans with discount pricing shown are as follows:
- $20 on sale for $10 - includes 500 MB LTE data
- $25 on sale for $12.50 - includes 1GB LTE data
- $30 on sale for $15 - includes 3GB LTE data
- $35 on sale for $17.50 - includes 5GB LTE data
- $45 on sale for $22.50 - includes 10GB LTE data
All plans include unlimited talk, text and data with the specified amount of data at high speed before throttling to 128Kbps. Mobile hotspot is not supported or enabled for Android phones, although in the past Pure TalkUSA told me that it is supported for iPhones.