Latest Virgin Mobile Refill (top-up) deals

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  1. Whyzor

    Whyzor Well-Known Member

    I was just looking for another way to refill monthly Since callingmart stopped selling refill PIN cards. (click Mobile Recharge) has them at 5% off face value without taxes (23.75 for $25, 33.25 for $35), instant email PIN, has a reward system, & accepts paypal for security.

    My referral code: 32nhkx (You get some reward points too).

    I'd be interested to hear if you know of a better price somewhere else. This thread could be used to keep track of the latest deals.

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  2. MicheoJoshua

    MicheoJoshua Member

    Sometimes i know dollar stores will carry top-up cards so i always look into those types of places when i go. Also did you know about registering a cc on file?
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  3. zeth006

    zeth006 Well-Known Member

    Used your referral code to create an account. Hope the bonus points make a nice albeit late anonymous Christmas gift from me. Going for the 5% off deal, figured I might as well top off for the rest of the semester, haha! :D

    ETA: That was fast. Got a call from them, confirmed my order and info, and now I've gotten instructions on how to top up. I've saved $4.48 on about 4 month's worth of topping up as I'd already bought $50 worth of top-ups from CallingMart (another place I'd recommend, look for discount codes while you're at it!). If I'm feeling bored, I might top up for more months, haha.
  4. MacFett

    MacFett Well-Known Member

    Calling Mart doesn't carry Virgin Mobile PINs any longer.
  5. MacFett

    MacFett Well-Known Member

    I just went tonight on the off-chance they'd started carrying them again and they have cards in the new denominations with a 1% discount.
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  6. Japanorama

    Japanorama Well-Known Member

    And the coupon code ca3p-1207 also still works for 3% off.
  7. MacFett

    MacFett Well-Known Member

    I used this new place, keepcalling last night and probably will not again. Their cart is horrible and their link to refills is buried. Now that calling mart has VM USA again I will be going back there.

    I only used keepcalling because I need a small top-up until payday (wife's account had $18 on it) and callingmart only has $35, $45 and $55 cards now.
  8. brightcell

    brightcell Member

    Using for awhile and it's working very well for me.
  9. Japanorama

    Japanorama Well-Known Member

    I found callingmart still has $25, $40, $50, and $60 cards right now.
  10. MacFett

    MacFett Well-Known Member

    They must have added them back to their line up. Cool, thank you.
  11. testeraf

    testeraf Well-Known Member

    Any new codes for a callingmart discount? I tried ca3p-1207 and it doesn't work any longer.
  12. tli

    tli Well-Known Member

    No, according to CallingMart's official statement:

    Code (Text):
    2. -------- Original Message --------
    3. Subject:     Virgin Discounts Discontinuation
    4. Date:     15 May 2012 16:41:29 -0400
    5. From:
    8. Our Dear Customer,
    10. We would like to thank you for your continued business
    11. with us!
    13. We are sending you this email to inform you that there
    14. will be price changes with Virgin Mobile refill products.
    15. Effective June 1, 2012, Virgin Mobile will reduce their
    16. discounts to all resellers to the level that it would
    17. not be profitable anymore if we sell their products at
    18. any discounted prices. Given this, please be advised
    19. that the "ca3p-1207" coupon code will no longer apply
    20. to all Virgin Mobile Refills after May 30, 2012.
    22. Even though it may not be worth it any more for us to
    23. sell it even at non-discounted price, we will continue
    24. to provide this product for your convenience and save
    25. you at least on sales tax versus if you get it from a
    26. retail store (We will do our best to still offer you
    27. Loyalty Reward Points for every purchase but this is
    28. not finalized yet at this time).
    30. Thank you again for your business and we hope you will
    31. always find callingmart as the most convenient place
    32. to get your wireless refills and other telecom needs.
    34. Sincerely,
    35. callingmart Customer Service
  13. testeraf

    testeraf Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the info tli.
  14. nbnesen

    nbnesen Well-Known Member

    So for a 45$ plan it will only cost 45$? No more?
  15. MacFett

    MacFett Well-Known Member

    If you buy it tax free online from or one of the other retailers yes, $45 is all you will pay.
  16. slim02

    slim02 Member

    How does it work with the cards? I don't actually want to coordinate buying the PINs and enter them in every month at the renewal date. Can I buy say $100 to $200 worth, load them up in my VM account, and then have VM deduct $35 on a monthly basis?

    If I do that would I avoid paying the e911 charge my state charges my through VM and the 7% sales tax, at the risk I lose my balance if I switch out of VM?
  17. MacFett

    MacFett Well-Known Member

    The largest card you can purchase from is $60. If you purchase more than one card in a month there is a delay (to ensure you're not a resaler buying bulk from them).

    You can add as much as you want to your VM account, they deduct a month from your balance each time there is enough to make a month's payment (I am currently paid up for the next 2 months).
  18. ramster

    ramster Member

    WOW!!! I emailed this company and just called them to try and see what I would get when buying "X" amount of top-up from them and they could not tell me! So it sounds like it could be a great deal, but no one at this company will say what it is I would be paying for! :-(
  19. MacFett

    MacFett Well-Known Member

    Virgin Mobile doesn't give discounts to resellers for their cards any longer. From what Callingmart has said, with the 1% discount they give they're barely breaking even.

    I have noticed that the grocery store I used to by my VMU cards before has stopped carrying them.
  20. ramster

    ramster Member

    Too bad, but yes this is what I understood sometime back... saw this thread and thought I'd give it a try.... I will not buy anything from ... no one there understands English! :-(
  21. ilcavallo

    ilcavallo Well-Known Member

    i get all my topups from KeepCalling. never had a problem in 1 year.

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