Tello Mobile offers all parents, students and teachers a back to school deal hard to say no to: 1GB data, Unlimited talk & text Phone Plan – $15 for 3 months ($5/month during the promo, $10 going forward).
Why is my phone not accepted at Tello? If when Bringing Your Own Phone you get an “Oops” message or something about an unresolved issue, here’s what to do.
For every friend that uses your referral code (yes, every one of them) we’ll give you 20 Tello Dollars instead of $10. Once you’ve introduced your referral to the world of Tello, they’ll never go back! Plus they will each get the usual 10 Tello Dollars.
If you want to bring your device to Tello but you’re alerted that you have a phone with service limitations, you can still use it, but you must consider the following.
Guest Post: Our friends from Bloggersideas.com shared their knowledge about Wi-Fi calling to help you better understand what it is, why it’s important and how to use it. Take a look at this great guest post!
If, for some reason, you found yourself in a bit of a pickle and received an “Oops” message when you entered the SIM code, no need to worry, we’re here with a bunch of solutions.
Grab our Independence Day Promo: $4 any phone plan. Between June 30 and July 6, Tello newcomers can choose any phone plan combinations or even add new lines on their multiple accounts and pay just $4 for the first month. Now that’s a SALE-a-bration!
They say you can’t put a price on fatherly advice, but you can do something to return the favour. Get him something that never gets old at a bargain price: unlimited data, talk & text for just $14/mo for the first month. Starting June 10 until June 22, all new customers will enjoy unlimited everything for only $14/mo for the first month and $39/mo going forward.
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School ended early. There is no use in sugarcoating the situation at home: kids are already bored and the parents are close to losing it. All their plans for this summer were blown away by the pandemic and traditional camps might not all be a good solution this year. So now what?