Let Consumer Cellular put 50 big ones in your pocket!

We’re offering $50 in invoice credits for any new wireless service or additional lines activated with Consumer Cellular between February 15 and March 31, 2021. This offer even applies to service on our GrandPad tablet! This special $50 offer is another way we’re delivering on our promise to bring you the best wireless value around.

Paying too much with your current provider? Or, thinking about adding a line to your existing account to share the benefits of your Consumer Cellular service with family or friends? Either way, imagine the possibilities—and the savings! You’ll receive a $10 credit on your next five monthly invoices for each new line—a total of $50 in savings for each and every one.

We make it easy. No coupons or codes are needed. Simply choose a monthly plan to sign up for new service, or add a line to your existing account. If you prefer, give us a call at (888) 345-5510 and we’ll be happy to help.  Act by March 31, and you’ll receive $10 credits on your next five invoices for each new line. Don’t forget, adding a line lets you share the talk, text, and data on our low-cost plans with family members and friends, so everyone benefits—and saves! If you’ve been looking for a convenient, cost effective way to stay connected with friends and family, look no further. Enjoy outstanding wireless—and put 50 big ones in your pocket! But don’t delay—this offer ends March 31.

40 Thoughts on "ENJOY $50 SAVINGS ON ALL NEW LINES, FEB. 15–MAR. 31"

  1. Robin Chilton says

    Good Afternoon,
    Can an Apple Music account transfer if switching from Verizon to Consumer Celluar?

    reply to Robin

  2. Linda says

    How can u keep ur same cell phone number

    reply to Linda

    • We appreciate your interest, Linda! As long as the number remains active with the current provider during the transfer process, you can switch it over. We will also need the current account number, PIN number if there is one, billing address, and the account holder’s first and last name to submit to your current provider so that they will release the number to us so we would recommend having a bill readily available for this process.

      reply to Jacob

  3. Armando Tamariz says

    You have any deals for 55+

    reply to Armando

  4. Mary says

    What if my service was disconnected can I still keep my #
    And switch?

    reply to Mary

  5. Maureen says

    I am interested in the middle plan 1 line & want to trade in an iPhone, buy a new Samsung. Do you sell them ? I’m a member of AARP so what would my monthly bill be approximately?

    reply to Maureen

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      We appreciate the interest, Maureen. If you’re talking about Unlimited Talk and Text, with 10GB for one line, that would be $40 plus tax. With your AARP membership, that would be $38 plus tax instead.

      Additionally we don’t have a trade-in program avilable, but we do have Samsung phones here.

      reply to Nicole

  6. Patty says

    If I go from Verizon to consumer cellular can you transfer all my contacts and pictures?

    reply to Patty

  7. Signe Pretzel says

    I want to buy an iPad and would this device be unlocked and can be used on any cell carrier? Also I would to have a cellular SIM card installed into it so it can work on Consumer Cellular service? Plus the last two things I want the iPad to have printer capability and also with Consumer Cellular do I have the ability to access the internet ?
    Thank you.

    reply to Signe

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for posting, Signe. When purchasing an iPad, you would need to check with the retailer that it is unlocked and able to use a regular SIM card for cellular service. Some iPads are not compatible as they can only use an eSIM, which is not supported on our service. Printing capabilities would depend on your printer, and if they allow for wireless printing, or printing through an app. If the iPad is compatible, then it would be able to get online.

      reply to Nicole

  8. Marjorie McDonald says

    Does consumer cellular have land lines for home

    reply to Marjorie

  9. Renee Sanders says

    We use IPhones with pre paid cards. Can our phone numbers and photos be saved. We are AARP members and plan to buy new phones from Consumer Cellular .

    reply to Renee

  10. Eric Watson says

    Hello my name is Eric and what is the cheapest you can get me a phone and service out the door

    reply to Eric

  11. C says

    If I sign up for a $15/month plan NOW, would I pay $5/month for the first 5 months with the 50 big ones promotion (then pay $15/month from the 6th month onwards)?

    reply to C

  12. Anne says

    Can I switch to Consumer Cellular by phone immediately or do I need to get a SIM card by mail or at Walmart etc?

    reply to Anne

  13. Carol Nichols says

    When I signed up for Cellular Service it was PRIOR to Dec 31st, & I was supposed to get a $100 CREDIT bonus for signing up before Jan 1st.

    However I see by my invoices for Jan-Feb that I was given ONLY $25 credit bonus…!
    How come?
    Also, my name is spelled wrong on my account.
    It’s NICHOLS.

    reply to Carol

    • Hi Carol, thanks for your post. At this time, I have corrected the spelling of your last name for your account, I apologize for the trouble that this has caused. If you had a code for a different promotion, we would have needed to know at the time of signing up or soon after that. At this time, the account is outside of the Risk-Free Guarantee time frame so we would not be able to add it. If you have any questions about that, give us a call at 800-686-4460 or you can also chat with us here.

      reply to Jacob

  14. Douglas Hunt says

    I just signed up with CCel what do I need to do?
    Doug Hunt

    reply to Douglas

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for posting, Douglas. If you signed up between 2/15/2021 – 3/31/2021, the promotion will be automatically added to your account and you’ll see it applied to your first 5 invoices in $10 increments.

      reply to Nicole

  15. Phillip Harper says

    how do sign for auto pay

    reply to Phillip

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Phillip, you can select AutoPay as your billing method when signing up for service. After signing up, you can select it through your online account or by calling us at 888-345-5509.

      reply to Nicole

  16. Mark says

    I have an Obama phone and am ready to change over to regular service but I want to keep my number, contacts, and pictures. The account is active and in good standing. The phone is a BLU C5 through Life Wireless. Is this possible purchasing a new phone from you? I’m considering the ZMax 10.

    reply to Mark

    • Hi Mark, thanks for your interest in our service! You can keep your number as long as the number remains active with the current provider during the transfer process, you can switch it over. We will also need the current account number, PIN number if there is one, billing address, and the account holder’s first and last name to submit to your current provider so that they will release the number to us so we would recommend having a bill readily available for this process. We can also help you transfer your information such as your contacts and photos over to a new phone. You’re definitely welcome to purchase one of our phones to use with our service.

      reply to Jacob

  17. Arleen ordemann says

    How do I cancel tracphone and go to consumer cellular with same phone?

    reply to Arleen

    • Hi Arleen, thanks for your interest! If you’re wanting to bring your phone, you will need to make sure that your phone is unlocked from Tracfone, is GSM-compatible, and VoLTE capable. We can’t guarantee compatibility for all models, but we will do all we can to see if we can get it connected for you. As a side note, if you’re wanting to keep your current number, you will need to keep that Tracfone account active until that transfer completes.

      reply to Jacob

  18. mary says

    Can you use the internet just like a regular pc or cell phone and does it have a play or app store on it to download apps? and can you print off it?

    reply to mary

    • Hi Mary, thanks for your interest! If you’re connected to a WiFi source or have an active data plan, you can use the phone for things such as apps or downloading apps on the phone. You would need to connect the phone to a printer via Bluetooth to print anything though.

      reply to Jacob

  19. Virginia Bent says

    Can I transfer all info from a Tracfone to one of your phones? If so, how?

    reply to Virginia

  20. Amy Robillard says

    It’s April 24, why is this still up? The promotion time has long since passed.

    reply to Amy

    • Hi Amy, thanks for your question! We don’t delete the blog posts, including ones for past promotions so that they can be referenced later and for those that post other questions that aren’t related to that promotion so that other people can also use that information. I’d be happy to pass along your suggestion though for the future!

      reply to Jacob

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