Back-to-school items like clothes, school supplies, computers, and other electronics have a new addition these days: a new phone & their very first phone plan. So, if your school supplies list and budget just got bigger, no need to worry. We got you. Enter: Tello Mobile’s Back-to-School promotion. All phones on SALE.
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If you’re fed up with the “everyone else at school has one!” routine, get your kids a Tello phone plan that will give them the minutes, texts, and data they want, and the peace of mind you need. Prices start at $5/mo for a basic line. No contract. No fees.
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).
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!
If your kid is ready for his first phone, and you decided to pass your old iPhone on to him, here’s how to keep the savings going with a Tello phone plan. If you didn’t want to break the bank for a new phone, why go overboard with the phone plan? Since budget is the bottom line for most parents, the best way to save money is to connect your kid to a low cost wireless provider, like Tello Mobile.
Want to save some money this summer, without cutting down on the fun? Save big on your phone bill with 50% OFF any plan. Join Tello and get any phone plan combination at half the price for the first month of service.
Tello Mobile has made it its mission to help families across the US have a better grasp on their budgets, save more every month and put an end to spending for what they don’t need. Here’s how Tello is helping families save & enjoy more, regardless of the major issue parents are facing, from choosing the right plan for their kid to his very first phone, all while getting more value for money.
We all remember the first phone we ever owned, but today’s gadgets are a world away from that memory and their features are addictive. So, the questions arise: is there such a thing as kids’ smartphone addiction & how to fight against it?