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US Mobile deal: $15 off SIM and first month of service!

With a number of prepaid carriers fighting for your attention, US Mobile stands out for its simple and flexible plans. Want to see for yourself what we’re talking about? Use our exclusive code to get $15 off your SIM card and first month of coverage!

That’s great! Wait, what’s US Mobile?

Glad you asked! US Mobile is an MVNO with coverage on America’s best networks. That means you get access to T-Mobile and Verizon’s networks, two of the best U.S. networks available. Why only stick with one when US Mobile lets you mess around with two of the best?

US Mobile is also an MVNO with incredible flexibility. You are free to customize your plan with up to 4,000 minutes, 4,000 text messages, and 3GB of data. You can also pick as little as 40 minutes, 40 text messages, and 100MB of data for just $6 each month.

If you want to keep things simple, US Mobile offers three unlimited plans. Along with unlimited talk and text, you can get 5GB, 10GB, or unlimited data. You can even pick how fast you want the plan to be: 1Mbps, 5Mbps, or no limits.

Best of all, you’re not paying through the nose. Even with unlimited data with no speed limits, you’re only paying $55 each month. 

I’m sold! What do I do now?

The first order of business is to buy your US Mobile Starter Kit. At checkout, make sure to use promo code ANDAUSM. Once you activate the SIM card and choose your plan, you should see the remaining credit applied to your account on the dashboard. While you’re looking at your dashboard, feel free to adjust your plan as you see fit, check out your balance, and enable auto-pay for automatic payments.

This is a limited-time offer, so make sure to hit the button below to check it out for yourself.

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