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This Mint Mobile SIM kit includes unlimited mins, unlimited texts and 15GB data for $25 for 3 months of wireless service. Mint Mobile plans offer wireless coverage on the T-Mobile 5G and 4G LTE network. To learn more about why this is one of the best cell phone plans, check out MoneySavingPro's Mint Mobile review
Mint Mobile 15GB SIM Card
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 buying 12 months plan the service went down the toilet. Terrible coverage, practically no Internet Data
Landon from Utah county, UT
I switched from Verizon to Mint.
Verizon tried to make it hard but the Mint rep included me in 3 party calls. They called back almost instantly. I switched phones and kept number at the same time. Bought an unlocked iPhone at Best Buy and in 2-3 hours I was on a new phone and went from CDMA to GSM network (AT&T - T-Mobile network) it was time well spent. I don’t use much data so I pay $180 per year for 4GB per month and don’t need to worry about monthly bills or anything. There is 1 spot in a high density area near where I live that speeds are slow some days. I’ve traveled to NV and ID and streamed music all the way. Made and received calls and texts, used maps. It’s been great. 1 month I almost ran out of data. If that happens you just open their app and pay $10 or get next highest plan. I didn’t have to but it’s no big deal. They also have plans between 4GB and “unlimited. Good prices good coverage. Recommended by me In UT county UT.
Daniel from Fort Lauderdale/FL
Beware of roaming service!
Do not purchase roaming credits. Funds added are instantly spent, and when complaining about it, they stonewall and make it your fault. I literally went presumably through a 100MB allowance purchased for $20 within 2-3 minutes, even though I didn't download apps. You're better off purchasing an eSim if such is available in the country you're travelling, but DO NOT PURCHASE MintMobile roaming credits!
Holly from Asheville
I’ve been pleased so far.
Are switching from Verizon to Mint Mobile was an easy experience though Verizon tried to make it difficult. Customer service helped me through that mess and everything has been good during this past year. No problems at all. I’m thinking of signing up for another year. One thing that I appreciated was that they alerted me that I was using much less GB than necessary and suggested that I switch to the less expensive plan. I don’t imagine many companies would do that. I hope that the customer service will continue to be good. Other reviews have indicated less than satisfying experiences. I’ll cross my fingers and forge ahead.
Sherri from Texas
Don’t choose mint mobile
If you travel and have to use maps on internet, they won’t work because no service. If you have problems while traveling, probably will have to flag someone down and use there phone to call for help. Thanks but no thanks. I have to have a reliable service at all times, not sometimes.
Live in Northern NYS. For years I paid for Verizon, feeling like I was wasting a lot of money. I recently went to Mint and so far, I can't tell the difference in quality. Everything's perfect: I get crystal clear calls and I get no lag or buffering watching YouTube and playing games like Genshin Impact.
great support and network at affordable prices, wish I knew about mint sooner
mint to the rescue
their plans are really good and they use t-mobile so coverage and service are reliable, it's easy to set up and activate, would recommend
Bought 3 months' worth of Mint for my mother, who was overpaying on her phone bill. Now instead of paying hundreds on her phone bill, she's paying $45 for 3 months
A relief in this economy
With prices getting so high, I'm surprised Mint is charging so little. If you're looking to save tons in these trying times, head to Mint. Their service won't let you down.