Save $200 by bringing your iPhone X to US Mobile's new Super LTE network

US Mobile,a less-known American MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator), today unveiled aninteresting offer for future iPhone X owners. To celebrate the launch of whatUS Mobile calls "Super LTE," the company will offer $200 back toiPhone X users who bring their device to the network, no trade in required.You won't get that in cash, but in bill credit, which still means you'll besaving $200. 


According to US Mobile, Super LTE is based on "America'sbiggest LTE network." The company doesn't mention exactly what network thatis, but it's likely Verizon. The MVNO is offering unlimited data starting at$35 per month, though this particular price won't get you unlimited talk andtexts. You can also choose a custom monthly plan, with prices starting at $2.50for 40 minutes of talk, $1.50 for 40 texts, and $2 for 100 MB. More detailsabout these unlimited and customized plans can be found in the tables below, aswell as at US Mobile - check out the second source link.


iPhone X pre-orders have been open since last week,with the handset being officially released in the US (and other markets) on Friday,November 3. As a reminder, this is Apple's most expensive phone yet, being soldfor $999.99 (64 GB) and $1,149 (256 GB). Would you bring your iPhone X to US Mobile to save $200?


sources: Press Release, US Mobile

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iPhone X
  • Display 5.8 inches
    2436 x 1125 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Dual camera)
    7 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A11 Bionic, 3GB RAM
  • Storage 256GB, not expandable
  • Battery 2716 mAh
  • OS iOS 13.x



6. worldpeace

Posts: 3135; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

1Mbps unlimited, 5Mbps unlimited and "UP TO" 150Mbps. Nothig "super" in this super LTE, make it up to "500Mbps" or "1Gbps" with guaranteed minimum 20Mbps, and that's more like a super LTE

5. JGuinan007

Posts: 699; Member since: May 19, 2011

If you are using an MVNO are you prioritized on the network you are on during high network traffic? My experience is you are not and you are dropped to 2g or no service especially in metro areas around 4-6pm. That was a few years ago maybe things are different now? The way I understood it during high traffic on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint all priorities white listed IEMI #s on their network 1st then what ever is left goes to MVNO. So you could be getting 4G LTE service with US Mobile on Verizon's network while there are not that many Verizon customers on the network but once those customers start using that tower and it gets loaded up you would drop to 2g or dropped to no service.

4. CreeDiddy

Posts: 2288; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

Xfinity is an MVNO as it a way better deal than this... 1GB = $12 per usage UNL = $45/mo less than 100MB = FREE (Essentially using phone as an iPod) Talk and Text are free... If you aren't a Xfinity customer it only costs $10/mo on top of your data plan. If you order at least a double play through Xfinity along with mobile service they will provide you a $500 gift card as long you keep the services for more than 90 days. The downfall to opening services with any cable internet company is that they charge your services a month in advance. So your bill will almost look doubled. So watch out for this. This only happen when you sign up for TV and Internet services!

3. Dr.Phil

Posts: 2562; Member since: Feb 14, 2011

I've used U.S. Mobile on the side as a backup phone and I've been really impressed with them. Coverage under their regular GSM LTE network is provided by T-Mobile and I'm guessing this new one is Verizon based. They give you a good amount of choice as to what you want from your network, however I do wish they would offer a family plan discount like most other prepaid providers and an autopay discount. This would be the best network for those who are individuals not needing a family plan.

2. libra89

Posts: 2343; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

The network doesn't sound half bad if it is running on Verizon.

1. applesnapple93

Posts: 344; Member since: Jan 06, 2016

finally a company that gets it... I've been saying, all data should be unlimited. Charge for the speed. Just like standard ISP

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