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Deal: Score 10GB of Data with unlimited text and calling from $27 Per Month

In the recent years, we've seen a whole lot happen to cell phone plans. First unlimited data, then price hikes, then tiered data, cheaper plans, the return of unlimited data and so much more. Competition continues to grow in this field, and Mint Mobile is getting in on the action with some extremely aggressive pricing for its plans. Mint Mobile is an alternative carrier that offers you an extremely affordable way to have the data you need on your phone, and right now you can save an additional 20% off any 6- or 12-month plan using the coupon ACMINTSIM20 (opens in new tab).

Mint Mobile utilizes T-Mobile's growing 4G LTE network to ensure you have great coverage and fast speeds across most of the United States. The way it works is Mint Mobile buys access to networks and packages and then is able to resell them to its customers for better rates than the major carriers are charging.

Save 20% with coupon ACMINTSIM20

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With Mint Mobile you can port your existing number over, or start service with a new one if you wish. You can pay monthly, or buy in 3, 6, or 12-month bundles, which help you save even more.

The additional 20% off comes when you buy either 6 or 12-months (opens in new tab), but the savings is pretty big. The Big Four carriers charge upwards of $90 a month to gain access to a reasonable amount of data, meaning you are paying nearly $1,100 a year for service. With Mint Mobile you can get 10GB of data per month with unlimited talk and text for just $323 for the year.

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There are a ton of deals out there, but none of them are quite this good. You can use the unlocked phone of your choice with any of these plans, so pick one you like, order a new SIM card (opens in new tab) and give it a shot today!

10GB per month at $27 based on one year plan using coupon code. Does not include regulatory fees of $4.

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.
5 Comments
  • Oh look. It's a giant ad disguised as an article. This is how sites get removed from my news feed.
  • I wish i could give you a million upvotes!!!! This website has turned to complete crap!
  • The mobile app alone is more ads than articles. Ads sprinkled between articles and then articles masquerading as ads.
  • Lol. Well, in fairness, it is a good deal. I see your point though.
  • I agree with all of you, things are really going downhill. I find myself checking in and reading less and less. Articles like this should really have a subtitle that says "sponsored content", and this should be seen from the overview in the app too.