When you decide to choose Mint mobile, there are a number of plans that you can choose from. From different lengths to larger amounts of data each month, Mint offers customized plans for you and your daily needs.
|Amount of Monthly Data||3 GB||8 GB||12 GB|
|What can I do with the data?||Download an app, post 10 pictures, visit 40 web pages, and send 100 emails||Watch 10 minutes of videos, stream 40 minutes of music, 10 apps downloaded, visit 40 web pages, and send 100 emails||Watch ten minutes of videos, stream 1 hour of music, download 10 apps, visit 125 web pages, and send 200 email|
|3-month plans||$75 ($25/month)||$105 ($35/month)||$135 ($45/month)|
|6-month plans||$120 ($20/month)||$150 ($25/month)||$210 ($35/month)|
|12-month plans||$180 ($15/month)||$240 ($20/month)||$300 ($25/month)|
You can also take advantage of the refer a friend program and earn up to $240 (that’s a year of 8GB a month for free) and you can do this twice a year! 10 friends = two years of coverage!
If you have in-home Wi-Fi, you could go with a lower internet plan, saving you money when you use your Wi-Fi. Or if you even have Wi-Fi at work, you could log on and use it at work to save GB. You could save anywhere up to $840 a year (or $70 a month) by switching to Mint mobile.
Each plan offers unlimited talk and text, so you don’t have to worry about saving those. You may be worried that the data isn’t unlimited, but if you check your bill you might be surprised by how little data you are actually using.
The Mint mobile $5 starter kit provides you with 100MB of 4G LTE data, 100 texts, and 100 minutes for talk. This is a 7-day trial period for you to determine if you like to coverage and service. You can buy your starter kit at Wal-Mart, Amazon, Best Buy, and Target.
If you feel like you didn’t get enough of the coverage you wanted during your 7-day trial period (and if you’re a new Mint user) you can head over to their website to get their introductory pricing. This means that you will get 3 months of coverage for the 12 month price, without the commitment (so instead of $25 a month it’s $15 a month for the 3GB plan. That way you can get the full idea of the service without breaking the bank or making a year long commitment.
You can always start low and go high on the data packages. If you run out of the 3GB data, then you can upgrade to the 8GB. If you go out again, it may be time to upgrade to the 12GB data. Or, you can check the “Data Usage” on your phone or online account to see how much data you normally use each month and go off of that.