On June 1st, customers that purchase a SIM card online before 11:59PM ET will gain access to an exclusive offer of a one-time bonus 5GB of data. Simply activate before June 16, 2019 11:59PM ET, on a $25+/mo plan (Ready-Made plans only) to claim this offer. This will be applied as an Add-On. This offer is available to new customers only.
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-Public Mobile Community Team
Too bad you can't just purchase a sim through a retailer and activate it online to qualify. Still a great deal though:)
Should have waited a couple of days to buy my SIM card. Nevertheless, sounds like a nice promotion for those who have been on the fence.
Do any other occupants at a residential address count as a "new" customer using the same residential address as an existing customer?
@z10user4 I thought as long as it is a new email, it is a new customer.
I wouldn’t have even thought about the different email requirement, my wife and I use the same email,address for almost everything. I would have thought that a different cell phone number is a different customer!
Do you guys use the same email for the self serve account. I remember somebody recently complaining that (s)he can't access both accounts anymore suspecting one of them expired and everybody was saying no way you couldn't have access to 2 different accounts from one self serve. I'd love to put my mom under my self serve cause I totally managing her account would be nice to do it out of one spot
Well...technically, it doesn't say different email. Just that ordering it online and activating it online has to use the same email address. Obviously a "new" customer would need a different email from an existing customer.
But what is the definition of a new customer? One could go to a store anonymously and become a "new" customer anonymously. But this would need to use a real address to so much as receive the SIM in the mail. And if the existing customers address is receiving the mail...is that "new"? Unless you can get a piece of mail sent to your cousins mothers sisters kid that isn't with PM...or something. 🙂
@kselmak We do have separate email addresses registered for self serve as while I wanted to set up one account with both numbers (there is an account box seemingly for multiple phones on one self serve account) I was afraid to try that out when moving my wife’s number to PM. Seemed like too many potential problems or confusion between which phone I was trying to work on or not getting new customer perks (6 x $10) if in the same account. I have no idea whether there could have been a problem or not. Terry