This Mint Mobile SIM kit includes unlimited mins, unlimited texts and 20GB data for $15 for 3 months of wireless service. Mint Mobile plans offers wireless coverage on the T-Mobile 5G and 4G LTE network.
Mint Mobile 20GB Plan SIM Kit
T-Mobile LTE & 5G
SIM card size
Micro SIM, Nano SIM, Standard SIM
Operates on the nationwide T-Mobile network
7-day money-back guarantee
Prepaid - no contract, credit check, or activation fee
Bring your phone or buy a Mint Mobile device
Keep your phone number
Using your phone as a mobile hotspot is permitted
Free calling to Canada & Mexico, affordable rates to 160+ other locations
Flat-rate international roaming available as an add-on feature
Customer service by phone on weekdays and weekends, 24/7 by virtual chat
5G & 4G LTE
Bring Your Phone
Keep Your Number
Money Back Guarantee
Yes - 7 days
No - 3 mths prepaid
Yes - Includes Mexico & Canada
Mint Mobile SIM card activation
It's easy to bring your own phone to a cheaper carrier:
Order the Mint Mobile SIM starter kit online
Replace the SIM card in your phone and follow the activation process
If you’re looking to transfer your phone number, this can take up to 24 hours
After my previous service provider insisted that I needed to upgrade my phone to remain compatible with their updated network, I switched to Mint Mobile instead. The move saved me over $300 within the first quarter. Not only is the phone service excellent with Mint, but my download speeds are much faster.
Katlin from Kent, WA 08/25/2023
Great value for money
With Mint Mobile, the value exceeds the cost! While it's true that reception can be somewhat inconsistent in rural areas, the significant savings compared to the major carriers more than make up for it. Plus, the setup process is incredibly simple!
Madelyn from Arlington, TX 08/24/2023
The price is unbeatable, although there's room for improvement in coverage. That said, it's not a knock on Mint Mobile's service specifically, as even Verizon in my area faces the same connectivity issues in remote areas. Overall, enhanced coverage would just be a nice bonus.