7 New Cell Phone Deals in June

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Cell phone service providers frequently offer new deals and plans to try and get new customers. Whether or not you’re looking to move away from your current cell phone service, you may be able to save money by taking advantage of limited-time deals.

I’ve checked out more than 100 cell phone service plans to determine what to look for in a good deal. In this article, I’ll take a close look at seven new deals and plans available this month that could help you lower your monthly bill. 

This article was updated in June 2024 and I review it every month.

7 Great Cell Phone Deals Available This Month

If you’re looking for ways to save on your cell phone bill, be sure to take advantage of new customer offers. This month, you can find deals for cheap and free months of service, student discounts, new phone plans and more.

Before you switch to a new service provider, read the details closely and make sure that your phone is compatible. And make sure you’ll have coverage in your area. 

Keeping these things in mind, here are seven of the best new cell phone deals this month:

  • Consumer Cellular: Buy any phone and get two months of service for free (new customers only).
  • Mint Mobile: All plans are $15 per month for a limited time, including unlimited (new customers only).
  • Visible: Two different deals:
    • Get your first three months of service for $15/month with promo code MOOLAH (new customers only).
    • Visible’s new annual plans include a discount of up to 26%.
  • Total by Verizon: Get 50% off any unlimited plan for the first 12 months (new customers only).
  • AT&T Prepaid: Students can save $10 per month on unlimited (online only).
  • Boost Mobile: Two different deals:
    • New customers can get a month of unlimited data (30GB high-speed) for $10.
    • Get a Summit Flip device + 12 months of service (3GB/month) for $120 at Walmart.
  • Boost Infinite: Amazon Prime members get a free month of service with the purchase of a SIM kit.

You’ll find more information below on each deal including who’s eligible, how to get the deal and how much you’ll save. 


Consumer Cellular

For a limited time, ew customers can purchase any phone through Consumer Cellular and get two months of service for free. To get this deal, call Consumer Cellular at (888) 511-3894 before July 31.

You’ll pay for your first month of service, and Consumer Cellular will cover your second and third months of service for free. You’ll still have to pay any applicable taxes, but there is no activation fee.

This deal will work with any of Consumer Cellular’s four cell phone plans:

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  • $20 for 1GB high-speed data
  • $25 for 5GB high-speed data
  • $35 for 10GB high-speed data
  • $50 for 50GB high-speed data

All of Consumer Cellular’s plans include unlimited talk and text. 

Devices begin at $59 for a Consumer Cellular IRIS Easy Flip and range through $799 for an Apple iPhone 15. You can check out the full selection of devices here.

Before you decide to make the switch, be sure to read my full review of Consumer Cellular.


Mint Mobile

For a limited time, Mint Mobile (Review) is offering any plan for $15 per month for the first three months to new customers. That’s a 50% savings on Mint Mobile’s unlimited plan! 

Mint Mobile’s unlimited plan comes with 40GB of high-speed data followed by unlimited data at reduced speeds. It also includes free international calls to Mexico and Canada, 10GB of mobile hotspot and WiFi Calling/Texting. 

Here are all of Mint Mobile’s current plans with their regular prices for the first three months: 

  • $15 per month for 5GB of 5G/4G LTE data
  • $20 per month for 15GB of 5G/4G LTE data
  • $25 per month for 20GB of 5G/4G LTE data
  • $30 per month for 40GB of 5G/4G LTE data

If you sign up as a new customer right now, you can get this limited-time discount that will bring any plan prices to $15 per month for the first three months. To get this deal, follow this link and activate a new line.

Know that you will have to pay for three months of service upfront, which brings the total price of Mint Mobile’s unlimited plan $45 (typically $90).

To read about my experience on Mint Mobile before deciding to make the switch, be sure to read our full Mint Mobile review.


Visible

Visible currently offers two monthly cell phone plans: Visible ($25) and Visible+ ($45). Recently, the company announced that customers can prepay for either of these plans for a year in advance and get a significant discount. The basic Visible annual plan costs $275 per year ($22.92 per month); a savings of $25 over a year. The Visible+ annual plan costs $395 per year ($32.92 per month); a savings of $145 over a year!

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Annual plans are currently available to new customers, and existing Visible customers should gain access this month. You can learn more about Visible’s new annual plans here.

If you aren’t already a Visible customer, I recommend trying out the service for a shorter time before committing to a year. Fortunately, Visible is currently offering a $10-off promo that allows you to try either of the monthly plans at a discounted rate for the first three months.

New members can join Visible anytime before June 30 and sign up for the monthly Visible or Visible+ plan. You can either bring your own device or buy a new one through Visible, but I recommend bringing your own unlocked phone to save the most. When you’re checking out, enter the promo code MOOLAH. This will give you $10 off each month for your first three months of service. You can check out the full details of this deal on Visible’s website.

Before you switch to Visible, check your phone’s compatibility online and make sure you’ll have service in your area by checking Visible’s coverage map. If you have a compatible phone, you can also sign up for a 15-day free trial of Visible without leaving your current carrier. This is a great way to decide whether or not the service will work for you!

I had a great experience testing out Visible myself, and if Verizon has strong service in your area, Visible could be a great way to access those towers for a fraction of the cost. To read about my experience using Visible, check out our full Visible review.


Total by Verizon

Total by Verizon offers unlimited phone plans beginning at $50/month for one line. Now through July 31, new customers who bring their own phone can get 50% off any unlimited plan. That means you could get unlimited service from Total by Verizon for as low as $25/month. 

This deal is valid for 12 consecutive months. After a year of service, pricing for your unlimited plan will return to normal.

Currently, Total by Verizon offers two unlimited plans.

Unlimited Plan: 

  • $50/month regular pricing ($25/month for 12 months with this deal)
  • Unlimited talk, text & data (speeds may slow with network congestion at any time)
  • 10GB hotspot
  • International talk & text to 5 countries of your choice
  • Verizon’s 5G network
  • Total spam filter
  • Disney+ Premium (no ads) for the first six months

Unlimited+ Plan: 

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  • $60/month regular pricing ($30/month for 12 months with this deal)
  • Unlimited talk, text & data (speeds may slow with network congestion at any time)
  • 20GB hotspot
  • International talk & text to 5 countries of your choice
  • Verizon’s 5G network + Ultra Wideband access
  • $10 international calling credit
  • Total spam filter
  • Disney+ Premium (no ads)

To get this deal, you’ll have to bring your own phone to the network. You can check your phone’s compatibility online.

If you’re thinking about taking advantage of this deal, be sure to read my full review of Total by Verizon here first.


AT&T Prepaid

Opting for a prepaid phone plan is a great way to lower your phone bill even if you want to stick with a major carrier. If you’re eligible for additional discounts, that’s another great way to stack the savings!

For example, AT&T Prepaid offers an online-only deal for students with a valid school email address. The student discount includes the AT&T Prepaid Unlimited plan for $40 per month with autopay. The AT&T Prepaid Unlimited plan typically costs $65 monthly, but customers can get the plan for $50 monthly with autopay. The $10 student discount brings the total price to $40/month!

Here’s what you can expect with the AT&T Prepaid Unlimited Plan: 

  • Unlimited talk and text
  • Unlimited high-speed data with 5G access
  • 5GB of mobile hotspot
  • Unlimited texting from the United States to more than 230 countries
  • Unlimited talk and text from the U.S. to Canada and Mexico
  • Use talk, text and data in Canada and Mexico
  • ActiveArmor fraud call blocking and spam alerts

Students can check out the full details of AT&T’s student discount online.

If you’re thinking about switching to AT&T Prepaid, be sure to check out our full review before making the switch.


Boost Mobile

New customers can try Boost Mobile’s $25 unlimited plan for $10 the first month, which is a $15 savings. It includes unlimited talk and text, a free SIM kit with free 2-day shipping and 30GB of high-speed data before reduced speeds. The plan renews at $25 per month after the first month. To get this deal, visit Boost Mobile’s website and enter your ZIP code and email to see if your location qualifies.

Boost Mobile and Walmart have also joined forces to provide another deal for new customers. Right now, you can buy a Summit Flip device at Walmart for $120 and get 12 months of service with Boost Mobile included for free. The Summit Flip device comes with a pre-installed Boost Mobile SIM card and 12 months of service with unlimited talk and text and 3GB of data per month.

On Boost Mobile’s website, you’ll also find an offer for a free SIM card with the purchase of a $10 2GB plan. Finally, you can get 5GB for $5 per month for the first three months ($15 total).

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If you do plan on switching to Boost Mobile, I recommend taking your phone to a Boost Mobile store and checking its compatibility in person before switching. To learn more about why I don’t recommend ordering a SIM card online from Boost Mobile before checking your phone’s compatibility in-store, read my full Boost review here.


Boost Infinite

Boost Infinite is a postpaid cell phone service launched by DISH Wireless last year. It’s owned by the same company as Boost Mobile (Review). Its basic unlimited phone plan for $25/month includes the following perks:

  • Unlimited data, talk and text
  • 30GB of high-speed data before slower speeds
  • 5G access (on either AT&T, T-Mobile or Dish’s 5G network)
  • Guaranteed price lock as long as your plan remains active

Right now, Prime members have exclusive access to buy a Boost Infinite unlocked phone SIM kit online at Amazon. You’ll also be eligible for a free month of service!

To get this deal, visit Amazon’s website and add the Boost Infinite Unlocked Phone SIM kit to your shopping cart. Be sure you’re signed into your Prime account to access the deal. Your SIM kit will be sold and shipped through Amazon.

Note that not all phones are compatible with the Boost Infinite SIM kit. According to Boost Infinite, most phones made in the last five years are compatible with the network. Your phone must be unlocked. You can learn more about Boost Infinite’s Amazon Prime deal here.

To learn more about Boost Infinite before you decide to make the switch, be sure to read our full Boost Infinite review.


Final Thoughts

Switching to a new cell phone service provider is a great way to get a deal and reduce your monthly phone bill. In addition to looking for deals directly from service providers, check cash back offers on your credit card. I once got a month of service from Cricket Wireless for less than $16 with a Chase cash back offer!

Before you make the switch, take the time to make sure your phone is compatible with the carrier you’re switching to. Most cell phone service providers have tools on their websites for you to check your phone’s compatibility by entering its IMEI number. If your phone isn’t compatible, consider whether or not it’s still worth the savings if you have to buy a new phone. 

Also, make sure that you’ll have service in your area with your new company by checking out its coverage map online. In most cases, you can enter your home address or ZIP code to get an idea of whether you’ll be covered.

If you’re switching to take advantage of a limited-time deal, be sure to cancel your service before the plan renews or be prepared to pay normal prices if the deal expires after a few months. You can check out our full list of tips on how to switch cell phone carriers here.

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For more great prices on cell phone plans, check out our full list of the best cell phone plans in 2024.

Did we miss a plan on our list or did you find a better deal? Let us know in our Clark.com Community or check out the latest conversations around cell phones.

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