Get A Free T-Mobile Hotspot With 20GB Data For 30 Days

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T-Mobile is offering a free hotspot for 30 days, up to 30GB of data.

You can test drive T-Mobile’s network by using WiFi from the hotspot on your phone and see how it compares to your own carrier.

  • Not valid for current T-Mobile customers or customers that have taken a trial in the past 6 months.
  • No credit card or credit check is required.
  • You do not need to return the hotspot at the end of the 30 days.

HT: Yo ssi & yuds70, via DDF

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Why the Pritzus ad for vacation in Hawaii?

oy yo yosef

Zeh Yosef Hatzadik


Welcome to the month of Elul!



Moshe Berger

Is the device worth anything after 30 days?
What can I do with it?


It’s free, and that’s a great price – PewDiePie


Congrats on 100m

Moshe Berger

Does it work in Israel?

Yo ssi

“includes 200MB roaming. (Which means in USA) Your non‑T‑Mobile rate plan terms also apply. Coverage not available in some areas. Not for international use.”


Any gimmick?


Generally, until you need to enter credit card info, it should be “gimmick free”, though you may see some junk mail which you can unsubscribe from.


Any idea how long it takes to ship and get delivered?


I ordered it the last time this was posted and it took a while for my device to arrive.


Google Voice Numbers work

Coffee Guy

How can we figure out if this Mi-Fi device would work with other SIMs?

Yo ssi

I believe it is locked to T-Mobile, but try your luck!!


I’ve used a google-fi sim card in a t-mobile locked phone. Google-fi uses their towers. If the Google-fi sim card would work in the mifi pack, then you can probably use it overseas. You would need to set up the google-fi apn settings….


Clever idea


Do you have to return it when you’re done?


I was just chatting with a T-Mobile employee about what to do with the Hotspot after 30 days and this is what they answered:
That’s a good question! Once the trial is over (30 days) you must return the hotspot device at a local T-Mobile store for recycling or hand it off to a friend so they can try out T-Mobile too! 🙂


DROP – don’t rely on phone rep
check the written terms and conditions


Can a few phones be connected at once?


Do I need to start the 30 days right away it can I wait?


T-Mobile asks for a phone number. I assume this is just a contact number and not for porting (since it’s a hotspot!). Correct? Thanks.


Can a laptop connect to the wifi or only my phone?

pinchus ym

Do you need to activate it? if yes, how?


Thank you! Dan I got 1 on the way.


Just got mine! Thanx Dan!


its after the 30 day trail and its still working. will they bill me?


Is this offer dead already?

Lori Schneider

I wonder why I din’t receive mine . I got email saying I got it, it was coming … Yet nothing arrived. Then I may have erased it all .


Still available?




Anyone know if you’re able to test the 5g network or is it just LTE?

Yo ssi

just LTE



Tx @Dan


Order Is confirmed!
Order confirmation success!

Thanks Dan!

sahir s saiyad

thanks dan!!!


If I were to cancel at the end, could I use the hotspot with an existing t-mobile sim card after the 30 days?

Yo ssi

Yes you can, no need to cancel anything (also works with T-Mobile sub companies)


How long does the shipping take?


I got it in 2 days


It doesn’t work if you are a sprint customer 🙁


It also doesn’t work if you live at the address of a Sprint customer.


i got a couple of them last time but it needed to be activated with in 30 days


I tried, wanted to see if their network is any better after their Sprint merger. Since I am a Sprint customer, I am not qualified 🙁


Just ordered one


The title still says 20GB, but T-Mobile (and the article) say 30GB


Ordered and received it 2 days later. Set it up and connected from my phone. It pops up a window to activate/sign in so I clicked on it. It took me to T-Mobile’s site, and gave me a “Page Has Moved-404”. So it is currently unusable. I called the number on the 404 page. Got put in a queue for a callback. 10 minutes later I got the callback and after talking to her for a few minutes, she discovered that this is a “prepaid” account and she only does postpaid. Back in another queue for an estimated 30 minutes. So far, they have done nothing to improve my opinion of the company.


Hmmmm, I don’t recall having to go to any site to get it to work