Total Wireless Deals and Promotions for November 2018


Below are the Total Wireless deals and promotions for November 2018. If you are interested in signing up and buying a phone from Total Wireless check out the deals and you could save some money.

Introduction

If you want to sign up for Total Wireless and but you need to buy a phone check out the deals below. Sometimes you can get a great deal on a phone from Total Wireless. That said before you buy a phone from Total Wireless there are some things you need to know. See Buying Your Apple iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S From Total Wireless

Phone and Bundle Promotions

For November 2018, you can save 40% off when you buy a phone and plan from Total Wireless. Enter the discount code TWSAVINGS40 in the cart. The maximum savings is $100. This offer is valid until November 19 2018 while supplies last.

Even better for November 2018, I checked and I was able to use the TWSAVINGS40 discount code with all of the Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy models in stock.

iPhone Deals

Total Wireless has the iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xs, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE in stock this month. For November 2018 the TWSAVINGS40 phone and plan discount bundle code works with iPhone.

iPhone Xs Max with $25 plan for $1024
iPhone Xs with $25 plan for $924
iPhone XR with $25 plan for $674
iPhone X with $25 plan for $824
iPhone 8 Plus with $25 plan for
$624
iPhone 8 with $25 plan for $524
iPhone 7 Plus with $25 plan for $494
iPhone 7 with $25 plan for $374
iPhone 6s Plus with $25 plan for $324
iPhone 6s with $25 plan for $224
iPhone 6 with $25 plan for $133
iPhone SE with $25 plan for $109

Now which of these iPhones are a good deal. Apple no longer sells the iPhone X, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, or iPhone SE. Apple still sells the iPhone 8 Plus ($699) , iPhone 8($599), iPhone 7 Plus($569), and iPhone 7($449). With the phone and plan discount bundle you save $100 off Apple’s prices. The iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s are no longer sold by Apple, but the prices on these phones are a good deal if you don’t mind using a model from a few years ago. And the iPhone SE for $108 with a month of service included is a great budget phone. I am not a big fan of the iPhone 6 compared to the iPhone 6 or iPhone SE, but at $133 its an option if you don’t want to spend the extras money for the 6s or the iPhone SE is too small for you.

Total Wireless also has the RECONDITIONED iPhone 6 and iPhone SE.

Reconditioned iPhone SE with $25 plan for $67
Reconditioned iPhone 6 with $25 plan for $85 (out if stock)

Now which of these iPhones are a good deal? Apple no longer sells the iPhone X, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, or iPhone SE. Apple still sells the iPhone 8 Plus ($699) , iPhone 8($599), iPhone 7 Plus($569), and iPhone 7($449). With the phone and plan discount bundle you save $100 off Apple’s prices. The iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s are no longer sold by Apple, but the prices on these phones are a good deal if you don’t mind using a model from a few years ago. And the iPhone SE for $108 with a month of service included is a great budget phone.

Samsung Galaxy Deals

Total Wireless has the Note 9, Galaxy S9+, S9, Note 8, S8+, S8, S7, J7 Sky Pro, and Luna Pro in stock. For November 2018 you can buy this phones with a plan and use the discount code TWSAVINGS40.


Galaxy Note 9 with $25 plan for $875
Galaxy S9+ with $25 plan for $755
Galaxy S9 with $25 plan for $625
Galaxy Note 8 with $25 plan for $824
Galaxy S8+ with $25 plan for $614
Galaxy S8 with $25 plan for $524
Galaxy S8 with $25 plan for $325
Galaxy J7 Sky Pro with $25 plan for $91

Which of these Samsung phones are a good deal. That is more difficult to say. You need to compare the prices of the phone you are interested on bestbuy.com or samsung.com. The price of these phones vary on those sites as they go and off sale. For November, check samsung.com as they are including $300 worth of accessories with your phone purchase.

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TW BYOP SIMs starting at $0.99

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2 Comments

  1. Eugene Groby | | Reply

    I am watching your video where you switched carriers and broke your own rules. How could you possibly find it sane to get online with sprint? Their service sucks the big one, their spokesperson can attest to that as he is an expert on that issue. I previously had sprint years ago and they have not changed.
    People I know who signed up with sprint regretted that decision and everyone of them left sprint to sign up with AT&T or Verizon.

    • Bob Thompson | | Reply

      I stated my reasons in my video. Based on my experience so far I would not pay the estimated $60 per month they want for this service normally. However, it is currently good enough for the $4.12 I am paying for unlimited data. I am not advocating people change to Sprint, merely trying it for myself for the first time. My readers and viewers can than make an informed decision.

      In all the years I have been doing this, I have learned that coverage on the big four networks in the USA is highly dependent on your geographic location. Of the big four, I think Sprint has the worst coverage however if you live in an area where sprint has coverage it might be an option for some people. I appreciate you sharing your opinion on Sprint. As I haven’t used it in the past I can’t comment on how much or little they have improved over the years. I used T-Mobile in the past, and in 2018 I am amazed how far they have come, at least for coverage in the boston area.

      Once my Sprint promotion is up, I’ll need to evaluate my needs and figure out which carrier I go to next. Unlikely to stay with Sprint, but I’ll figure that out next year.

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