Limited Time: Get Unlimited Wireless Plans From Just $15/Month! Earn A $50 Port-In Credit On Select Plans!

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Until the end of 2017: Save big with these amazing wireless deals!

$15 Unlimited Wireless: Unlimited talk, text, and data starting at just $15 a month for the first 3 months, $20/mo thereafter. All lines include domestic roaming, calls to and within Canada, free data roaming in Israel, unlimited music streaming, Mobile HotSpot, and more.

$50 Port-in Credit: Order one of our $40 or $65 plans, port in your number from Verizon, AT&T, or Sprint, and receive a $50 credit! (The line must remain active for at least 90 consecutive days.) Use code DDPORT50 at checkout to secure this promotion!

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kd

Looks like 2GB data. Not unlimited.

Sam

Yeah, it’s 2GB of high speed data, then throttled after that. It’s still unlimited.

SAMUEL TRAUBE

I am with them for a while.
The real unlimited cost me 43$. I am very happy especially with the free data in Israel.
It’s the best perk not to have to use other phones.I land and waze works was app works and it’s free. Thank you teltik
Sam T

cr

Any idea how service is in the Catskills / Rt 17 NY?

Barry

Could someone clarify the “Verify your business” requirement on the signup page? If this is just for businesses why is it being advertised for everyone? And why would the phone company care if you’re a business or personal user?

Barry

To answer my own question:

“If you are self employed, a sole proprietor, contractor or similar in nature and do not have an EIN, you will be prompted to enter your name and upload either a screenshot of your online business profile, or a document from an official entity stating the name of your business. This may include a business registration, DBA form, sales and use form, business license, permit, or screenshot of website or online business listing.”

– Source: chat with CS

Lazer

Is a internt service compared like sprint or Verizon?

I have sprint now

Mint sim

They run off t Mobile. If you want to try t Mobile go with Mint sim they have 6 months for 45 dollars for the same plan as this.

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