I had tried AT&T for eons and Sprint for several years. The plans were ridiculously high and my use was just enough to cost me a fortune and still have lots of unused data left over $70-$80 range. I switched to Mint Mobile and now my bill runs $15 a month. Doing the math, I can pay for a full year's service what I paid the other in 3 months.
I purchased Mint service after having been a long time loyalist to Verizon Wireless (both postpaid, and later, prepaid). The amount of money I save each month with Mint is astronomical.
I was on AT&T for about 12 years and there's no difference with service, other than it's a hell of a lot cheaper. Best part of switching was calling AT&T to cancel, they tried to talk me out of it but couldn't get anywhere near the price so they had no leg to stand on. Great product, I can't recommend it enough.
The phone/data service has been great, and customer service was helpful the one time I needed to give them a call. I just paid $300 to cover my service for a year, because you can't beat that deal anywhere. I highly recommend Mint Mobile.
Seriously this service is sooo worth it I paid 196 dollars for the SIM card kit and the 1st year I don’t owe a phone bill for the rest of the year! And this service is way better than boost mobile and way cheaper that comes to 185/year or 15/ a month I’m not promoting and telling you this in this post for nothing
Holy Mackerel! So you're telling me that I can have unlimited minutes, unlimited texts, and unlimited data (with 10GB of LTE!) per month for $300 per year ($25/month)?! Wow Thats a pretty good deal.
I get the same quality of service from one of the big cell phone companies at a fraction of the cost. Set-up was super-easy and any questions I've asked the company have been answered quickly and courteously. No complaints, happy customer!
Did some looking around and these guys were the lowest price so we figured what the heck, give them a chance. WOW! Any small issue that we have had has been fixed very quickly. I had a SIM card get damaged switching between phones, I called about getting a replacement and it was in the mail the next day. I get the same coverage as people using the big companies and I pay thousands less per year. Love these guys!
Big thumbs up. I called on a Friday morning about not being able to get picture messages. They answered right away and solved the problem. When I installed the permanent sim I again had to call. It was a Saturday mid morning I believe. Again they answered right away and solved the problem. I am very happy with mint mobile.If you r ok with good online support and can follow directions then I can't reccomend mint enough.
If one of your New Year resolutions is to find the best mobile plan money can buy and save hundreds of dollars on your wireless bill, then you're in luck. We've done the work for you!
Our research found that Mint, a low-cost mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), offers the best value cellular plans of all the other nationwide providers including the big 4 major wireless carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon) and other low-cost MVNOs (Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless, FreedomPop, H2O Wireless, MetroPCS and Simple Mobile).
Mint operates on T-Mobile's mobile network
Mint cellular plans start at $15 a month - before taxes - for unlimited talk, text, and data, with up to 2GB of high-speed data (4G LTE). That's half of what you'd paid at MetroPCS, which also operates on T-Mobile's network. And for the same data allowance, Verizon and Sprint charge $35 a month and $40 a month, respectively, plus surcharges and taxes.