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Get free shipping from Mint Mobile for a limited time only

Nowadays we love to shop online and hate paying for shipping. We also love to pay less for things, like our cell phone plans, so what happens when we combine great deals with free shipping? We get things that everyone wants to buy! Mint Mobile, a popular mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) which operates on T-Mobile's nationwide network, is back with yet another promotion to help keep its service as affordable as possible.

For a limited time, when you sign up for a new Mint Mobile plan (opens in new tab), you can have your SIM card shipped to you for free. All you need to do is use the coupon code ACFREESHIP during your checkout, and you won't be charged for the cost of shipping. Shipping starts at around $4, so while it may not seem like a huge savings, it is actually a great deal.

With Mint Mobile, you prepay for a designated length (opens in new tab) of service when you are signing up, and currently, the options are 3, 6, and 12-month plans. Mint Mobile offers 2GB, 5GB and 10GB per month plans, with prices starting at $45 for 2GB per month (prepaid for three months) and going up to $300 for 12 months with 10GB.

If you aren't 100% sure about Mint Mobile and how it will work for you, don't worry. All 3-month plans are backed by a 7-day Money Back Guarantee (opens in new tab), so you can try it out and if things don't work out you can simply initiate a return and get your money back!

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Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
  • I think you're legally supposed to tell people when you are posting an advertisement...
  • I would like to warn everyone about MintSim. They have horrible service, like you know how Major Brands send their defective items to Marshalls, Ross, TJMaxx to be sold at a discount, MintSim is seemingly using T-Mobile's defective stuff (even their good stuff is bad, so take what you want from this analogy). They have no accountability for their mistakes (they have done me wrong twice and didn't care). And they aren't available to take your concerns over a weekend. I had a horrible experience and simply forfeited my year pre-payment because I didn't care anymore. Your mileage may vary.
  • This Mint SIM **** is getting really old!!!