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Tello Mobile has launched an October 2020 promotion. New customers or current customers that add a new line will receive up to 50% off their Tello Mobile plan for their first 3-months of service. The BestMVNO headline featured offer includes unlimited everything with the first 1GB of data each month available at high-speeds for just $5/month. Tello is marketing the offer with the tagline "A Trilogy Of Savings For Autumn."
Tello's Trilogy Of Savings For Autumn Offer Highlights & Details
This offer is scheduled to be available until October 21st (update: the offer has been extended at least until October 31st). A total of 3 plans are available at a discount, hence the tagline. If you are interested in saving some money on your phone plan over the next 3-months, here are the plans that Tello is offering at a discount to new subscribers.
- $5/month - 1GB high-speed data, after 3-months $10/month
- $10/month - 2GB high-speed data, after 3-months $14/month
- $15/month - 4GB high-speed data, after 3-months $19/month
All listed plans include unlimited talk, text, & data with the specified amount of data available at full speeds before throttling to 2G data speeds or about 64Kbps. The plans also allow for mobile hotspot usage and include unlimited free calling to Canada, Mexico, China, and Romania. Taxes and fees do cost extra. No promo codes are required to get the discounts. Tello Mobile uses the Sprint network to provide coverage to its subscribers.
Tello Mobile does not offer multi-line discounts. However, during this special promo, all lines on an account are eligible to get the discounted plans described above. A maximum of 10 lines are allowed under one account.
As an alternative to the deals above, shoppers can also head on over to StackSocial. There, Tello's plan with 2GB of high-speed data is available to new customers for just $39 for 6-months of wireless service. That's an average cost of $6.50/month. The promo code TSOCT2020 is required at signup to get the savings.
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