What you need to know
- The Android-powered Google Pixel 4, OnePlus N100, and the OnePlus Nord N10 5G are included.
- iPhone 12, 12 Mini, and SE are also available with this deal.
- You must switch to Mint Mobile and bring your number over to be eligible.
- You will get $90 off when you buy a phone and select a 12-month plan.
Mint Mobile is offering six months of its 4GB plan for free to customers that switch to Mint Mobile, port their phone number, and buy a new phone.
Customers who take advantage of this offer can also choose a higher-tier plan with a $90 discount, though it must be a six-month plan. This includes the 10GB and 12GB tiers as well as Mint Mobile's Unlimited plan, which is one of the best cell phone plans you can get and features 35GB of high-speed data.
All Mint Mobile plans include hotspot data, unlimited talk and text, and 5G data with a 5G-capable phone.
Ryan Reynolds, the owner of Mint Mobile, said:
This deal is available starting July 7, 2021, when customers buy select smartphones, starting with the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, and iPhone SE (2020). Some of the best cheap Android phones are also available with the Google Pixel 4, OnePlus N100, and OnePlus Nord N10 5G. The OnePlus N100 package comes in at $270, the OnePlus N10 5G is $390, and the Google Pixel 4a is $490.
Customers can pay full price for the phone or finance it, but they must sign up for 12 months of Mint Mobile service. A $90 discount will be applied (the value of six months of service) and customers must pay the other six months. If you're ready for a new plan and phone, this can be a great way to save some money. You can bring up to four lines.
The iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, and OnePlus Nord N10 5G will support 5G on Mint Mobile for no extra charge. Keep in mind that these phones will be carrier locked to Mint Mobile for one year.
Six months free
$90 off your 12-month Mint Mobile plan
Mint Mobile offers customers discounted service if they're willing to buy a longer term up to 12 months on the T-Mobile network.
When Samuel is not writing about networking or 5G at Android Central, he spends most of his time researching computer components and obsessing over what CPU goes into the ultimate Windows 98 computer. It's the Pentium 3.
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