Mint Mobile is building a remarkable reputation for great mobile coverage at affordable prices
through its prepaid sim cards. To celebrate the holidays, the company is offering some of its
best sales of the year.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Los Angeles, Dec 23, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – There’s no shortage of mobile options on the market today. Finding one that’s exceptional with reliable coverage at a good price is another story. The good news is one company is standing out from the crowd. Mint Mobile, operating on T-Mobile’s satellites which provide coverage for much of the country, delivers a combination of quality service and attractive price points that is winning more users over everyday. Save money during this season with a free 7-day trial offered to all new customers, along with a special limited-time-only offer of 3 free months with the purchase of a 3 month plan. Mint Mobile is compatible with nearly any unlocked cell phone and offers 5G at no extra cost.
BOGO: 3 months of free service, starting at $15/mo
Users couldn’t be any more passionate about the company and its prepaid plans.
“I was on a family plan with Verizon for over 15 years, and it became very expensive,” commented Kate Lee, from San Jose, California in a recent review. “I switched to Mint Mobile and am saving $360/year on my individual phone service alone. I now pay $20/mo for 8 GB. I’m so happy I discovered Mint Mobile. The coverage is reliable and the price is very friendly on my wallet. Plus they offer a free trial so you can test coverage without committing.”
Mint Mobile’s coverage map can be found on their website (click “coverage” on the third navigation bar).
Signing up for Mint Mobile’s 7 day free trial is quick and easy.
For cellphone users looking for great coverage, low prices, no contracts that are compatible with nearly any phone, Mint Mobile is a choice that should be explored. Chances are expectations will be exceeded in a very big way.
For more information or to sign up be sure to visit Mint Mobile.
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