What if they change their TOS, though? Could be best to keep such workarounds under the wraps. I was looking at HoFo a few days ago, and folks there were referring to nthcircle for FreeUP info. Very likely that FreeUP is monitoring this forum.
well as they say, make hay while the sun is shinning. On a serious note though, two phones in one family should be celebrated by FreeUp not shunned. And I imagine they want as many coupons printed as possible as I'm certain they make money on that. Additionally, I actually use many of the coupons I print at the store so that's an extra bonus. And lastly I can't imagine they would mind a husband / wife 'sharing' their rewards with one another. I also can't imagine they mind a husband referring his wive or vice versa. So, 2 phones, 2 sims, 2 coupons per day per phone and 1 referral is 29 bucks a month to off-set the cost of a paid plan. At this point, sounds like a win-win. If they do change their TOS, I'll just go back to coloring within the lines so to speak.
peterquinn wrote: What if they change their TOS, though? Could be best to keep such workarounds under the wraps. I was looking at HoFo a few days ago, and folks there were referring to nthcircle for FreeUP info. Very likely that FreeUP is monitoring this forum.
I have also noticed Nth Circle being referenced as a source for info on some of our favorite low-cost service providers.
Kind of cool, isn't it?
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Would be much easier for one user with a few referrals and printing 2 coupons daily then paying a couple of bucks for the $20 needed a month for a 1gb data plan. With ATT signal, this would work great for me.
newcomer here, just received SIM but not activate yet.
I have't gone through 14 pages of this thread, but can I have a basic question:
If I only need free 500/500/100 plan, what's minimum I need to do with their app to maintain my free plan??
PEW wrote: Print 1 coupon a month, most would recommend do it weekly just so you don't forget.
Print coupon from phone app? I need to figure out how to...
Here is FreeUp's video on how to print coupons from a phone. As mentioned on this thread, one can actually just choose to save coupon to google drive or save to pdf and it will register and be credited the same as if one printed the coupon.