New Mint Mobile customers who switch over from either AT&T or Verizon will score $25 of account credit for free as part of a new promotion from the well-known prepaid carrier.
Available until the end of August, the new promotion gives those looking to escape the shackles of pricey big carrier unlimited plans a nice little further incentive to try one of the best-prepaid plans on the market. Of course, you could still opt for an unlimited data plan at Mint Mobile, which will only set you back $30 per month at its cheapest rate.
Mint Mobile operates a rather unique pricing system where you buy your data upfront in multi-month installments. Simply put, if you buy more months upfront, it’ll essentially average out at a cheaper rate per month on average – with a year being the best value overall.
It’s worth noting that this isn’t technically a ‘first-month free’ offer, it’s essentially some renewal credit that you can use after your initial three months is up. Think of it as a ‘buy three months, get one-month free’ promotion instead – not a huge deal, but a nice little freebie nonetheless if you were thinking about making the switch.
Mint Mobile new customers deal
Mint Mobile: $25 account credit when you switch from AT&T or VerizonLooking to switch up that extremely expensive unlimited data plan at that carrier you’ve been with for years? Big carrier refugees from both Verizon and AT&T can score themselves a neat $25 of account credit on the house when they switch over to Mint Mobile. With prepaid plans as low as $15 a month, Mint is a great choice if you’re looking to save, plus, this promotion means you’ll score at least one month of service on the house.View Deal
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On the fence? See our really helpful guide to this month’s Mint Mobile plans for a detailed breakdown of costs, features, and how best to save cash with this excellent carrier. If you’d like to cast the net out further and see what other carriers we recommend at this price point, see our page on this month’s best cheap cell phone plans.