Veterans and active duty military save money on Cell bills

Defense mobile logoIf the prices sound too good to be true, it’s only because the big 4 cell phone companies rip you off.

DefenseMobile.com is a reseller of cell plans- to veterans, active duty military and some children of vets- that cuts out the big salaries of the CEOs and all the other BS and gives you a cell plan you can live with.

They are currently partnered with AT&T, Sprint and T-mobile- you can get on any of those networks if you own your phone and it’s either programmed for those networks, or unlocked.

For example, I was on T-mobile, paying about half of what I was on Verizon- and with military discount, I was at $67 a month. With Defense Mobile, a better plan on AT&T network is $50 a month, before the 10% discount for being an American Legion or VFW member (an American Legion membership costs $25 a year to save $60).

Besides being on a better network for coverage, the hot spot that I was paying extra for, is included in the DefenseMobile plan- one pool of data, no separation between phone data and hot spot data as T-mobile had.

The best bonus? DefenseMobile only hires veterans. You can phonetically spell your name and say Niner, and they get you.

I had a discount code for 25% off your second month- but I can’t find it right now- I think it was EMC25- try it on the phone and see what happens.

To all you veterans and active duty in Dayton- thank you for your service, from one of you.

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