TextNow Discounts Phones For 4th Of July, Brand New Samsung Galaxy SIII 39.99
TextNow, which operates on Sprint network when WiFi is not in a range, is offering a 4th of July sale currently. Due to it, TextNow discounts phones significantly, brand new and certified pre-owned. From now on until July 5, 2016 at 5:59 AM, customers can purchase phones as the Moto E 4G LTE certified pre-owned for 99 cents or brand new Samsung Galaxy SIII for 39.99.
During TextNow 4th Of July sale, customers can get following deals:
- Moto E 4G LTE certified pre-owned 99 cents, brand new $19.99 (regular cost $149.99)
- LG Volt 4G LTE brand new $19.99 (regular cost $99.99)
- Samsung Galaxy SIII 16GB brand new $39.99 (regular cost $199.99)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 certified pre-owned $69.99 (regular cost $399.99)
- Motorola Moto X 16GB brand new $109.99 (regular cost $399.99), 32GB $139.99
- Samsung Galaxy S5 certified pre-owned $159.99 (regular cost $499.99)
- Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB certified pre-owned $229.99, 64GB $299.99 and 128GB $349.99
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge certified pre-owned $279.99 (regular cost $599.99)
Customers can pair any of these phones with TextNow monthly service plans that start at $18.99 per month:
- $18.99 Tall plan – unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada and 500 MB of 3G, 4G data
- $26.99 Grande plan – unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada and 1 GB of 3G, 4G data
- $39.99 Venti plan – unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada and 2 GB of 3G, 4G data
- $59.99 Quattro plan – unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada and 4 GB of 3G, 4G data
TextNow includes all taxes and fees in plans’ monthly costs so there are no additional charges applying at the end of the month. The carrier is also offering a completely free VoIP-based calling and texting via free TextNow app.
Little over a month ago, TextNow has introduced a new low cost $9.99 Short plan with unlimited calling and texting to US and Canada and 100 MB of 3G, 4G data. The carrier has also discontinued the $59.99/4GB plan. However, only a week after it, everything is brought back as it was before. The carrier hasn’t provided any explanation on what happened and we don’t know if the new $9.99 plan will ever go live again.