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T-Mobile raises SIM starter kit price to $20; coupon code brings price down as low as $0

T-Mobile raises SIM starter kit price to $20; coupon code brings price down as low as $0
T-Mobile raised the price of its 3-in-1 SIM Starter Kit for both postpaid and pre-paid accounts. Formerly $15, the kit is now priced at $20. For that price, you receive a nano SIM card with adapters for Micro and Standard SIM sizes. When you get your unlocked handset in the mail from T-Mobile, insert the SIM card into the compatible handset (making sure to use the appropriate adapters if required). Call T-Mobile and have the SIM card activated.

We can tell you that the nation's third largest carrier does have a couple of deals available that will take the price of the starter SIM card kit down to $0 for those with a postpaid account. If you are using a Simple Choice plan, enter the coupon code SIMSALE at check out, and the card is free. If you have a T-Mobile pre-paid account, enter coupon code SIMDEAL and you will be charged only $4.99.

The SIM cards work with unlocked GSM handsets that are compatible with Band II (1900 MHz) or IV (1700/2100 MHz). Phones that meet these qualifications will work on the T-Mobile network. In addition, the SIM cards will work with all T-Mobile branded phones. These 3-in-1, or TrioSIM cards, first rolled out last June.

We don't know how long the two coupon codes will be good for. Therefore, if you need to order the 3-in-1 SIM Starter Kit for your unlocked GSM or T-Mobile branded handset, it is in your best interest to do so now!


source: T-Mobile (1), (2), TmoNews

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