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Mint Mobile Deals, Coupons and Promo Codes

Looking to save even more money on Mint Mobile? Here are the current deals and promo codes to help!

Finding a Mint Mobile deal or Mint Mobile coupon has never really been a hard task. The MVNO carrier loves to have some fun with promotions, and we like to keep track of them. There are quite a few options when it comes to carriers for your smartphone, and odds are you're shopping around for the best deal. Postpaid plans are a good option for some, but prepaid plans get you the lowest price, as long as you're willing to put your money down first.

Mint Mobile is an alternative carrier that uses T-Mobile's 5G and 4G LTE network to bring you great coverage at an even more affordable price. In the past, going prepaid with an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) often meant that you sacrificed a lot when it came to your plan, but that isn't the case anymore. With Mint Mobile you can pick data allotments of 4GB, 10GB, 15GB, or even go unlimited depending on your usage habits, and all of the plans come with unlimited talk and text as well.

iPhone 12 mini with 2 years of service | $60 per month

Looking to get the new iPhone 12 mini in your hands for less? Mint Mobile's latest deal can score you the device in your choice of a variety of colors along with two years of service for just $60 per month. That includes unlimited data, talk and text for 24 months. Mint Mobile also offers 0% financing and free shipping with the purchase.

Then again, you can pick the iPhone SE and score 4GB data as well as unlimited talk & text with it for only $30 per month right now!

You'll have seven days after activating your new phone plan to return it for a full refund if you're unsatisfied with the service. You can even port-in your current number from the service you're using now.

iPhone 12 mini with 2 years of service

$60/month at Mint Mobile

This limited time offer scores you an iPhone 12 mini in the color of your choice along with two years of service with unlimited talk, text, and data for just $60 per month! You won't be able to take advantage of this for long, so be sure to secure your discount now.

Current Mint Mobile offers

Mint Mobile has some of the best prices in the MVNO space, and has made a name for itself because of it — read our review for more! With plans starting at just $15 a month for three months, it's becoming much harder to justify spending hundreds of dollars for phone service these days. The carrier has several different introductory offers available to new customers, based on how much data you anticipate using monthly.

New Unlimited Talk & Text Plan | $30 a month at Mint Mobile

$30 a month at Mint Mobile

Mint Mobile has a brand new offer that includes Unlimited talk and text, including unlimited calls to Mexico or Canada. The plan also gives you up to 35GB of high-speed (5G/4G) data, which is a lot more than Mint Mobile's normal $15 a month plan. Pay $90 upfront for the first three months.

Mint Mobile has launched a new plan that includes Unlimited talk and text. While you will get up to 35GB of high-speed data, you will be capped at a speed of 128kbps after you reach that limit. You will also only be able to stream at 480p resolution, and hotspot data is capped at 5GB per month.

After the initial offering of $30 a month for three months thanks to the upfront payment of $90, you'll be paying $40 per month to renew the plan for another three months. If you want to keep the price down to the introductory offer, you'll have to renew with a 12-month plan.

Mint Mobile 7-Day Trial | $0.99 at Amazon

$0.99 at Amazon

Mint Mobile lets you try out the service with a device you already own for seven days using its Starter Kit. The kit normally sells for $5, but right now you can grab it for just $1 and earn $5 towards any Mint Mobile plan in the future.

The base package is $45 for three months and includes 4GB of data per month. You can step up to 10GB per month for $60 total, or 15GB per month for $75 for the three month period. After the introductory period, the monthly cost does go up by a few bucks, but even at the regular price these deals from Mint Mobile are hard to beat. All of these plans offer more data for the money than the company offered just last year.

Mint Mobile Plans

Whether you're looking to sign up for a monthly plan or prepay for the whole year, there are a bunch of different options available at Mint Mobile so be sure to check them all out.

Various Prices at Mint Mobile

If you want to prepay for longer periods of time, Mint Mobile also offers six-month and one-year plans. If you're ready to just go all-out, you can get one year of Mint Mobile service that includes unlimited talk, text, and 15GB of data per month for just $300 total. That makes each month of service just $25, which is probably a fraction of what you're paying now.

There is a 7-day money back guarantee available, so if you're not satisfied with the service Mint Mobile will give you back the cash you laid out to try it. Mint Mobile also offers a Starter Kit for just $0.99 that comes with 7 days of service with 100 minutes, 100 texts, and 100MB of 4G LTE data so you can test the service in your area. It even credits $5 to your account once you switch to a full plan.

Mint Mobile Phone Deals

Mint Mobile recently began selling various unlocked phones, including both iPhone and Android devices. If you're looking for an unlocked phone, you can grab one with 0% financing and free shipping to help make your next device more affordable.

If you prefer to use an iPhone, Mint Mobile is offering your choice of red or white iPhone SE with two years of service for only $30 per month: $15 for the device and $15 for the service.

Unlocked Phones at Mint Mobile

Now you can save on your next phone as well as your mobile plan. Mint Mobile is offering some big discounts, free extras or service, and more, along with 0% financing offers.

Phones at Mint Mobile


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