Remember the days when a carrier would try and coax you into signing a two year contract in exchange for a free phone? Well, it seems that Republic Wireless has done a good job of flipping that model on its head. For the second time this year, Republic Wireless is giving away 3 months of free service to new subscribers. This offer does differ a little bit compared to the previous offer, as new subscribers will now have to purchase a phone from Republic Wireless to get it. Last time, subscribers had the option to bring their own phone to the network.
3 Months Free Offer Details
To take advantage of this deal, you will have to order a phone from Republic Wireless by June 6th, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST. The new line has to be activated by July 7th, 2018. The free plan being given away includes unlimited talk and text with 1GB of high speed data. If you want more data than that, you will have to pay for it. Republic Wireless charges $5/GB for data. Taxes and fees cost extra. In my area they amounted to $4.78/month for a previous free plan offer that included 2GB of data.
Republic Wireless currently has 11 phones available for purchase, and they are as follows:
- Alcatel A30 -$89
- Moto E4 - $129
- Samsung Galaxy J3 - $149
- Moto E4 Plus - $199
- Samsung Galaxy J7 - $199
- Moto G5 Plus - $229, a best sellar
- Moto G6 - $249
- Moto G5S Plus - $279
- Moto X4 - $399
- Samsung Galaxy S8 - $599
- Samsung Galaxy S9 - $719
Republic Wireless offers a 14 day money back guarantee. If you find the free plan and purchased phone don't work for you, you can return everything for a full refund.
If you don't want to buy a phone from Republic Wireless, you can still get one month of free service when you bring your own network compatible device to the network.
About Republic Wireless
Republic Wireless is a WiFi first provider that uses what it has called bonded or adaptive coverage calling to provide talk and text service to its subscribers. T-Mobile and Sprint are its partner networks. The phone you choose and your location determine which network you get assigned to at signup.