For a Limited Time, We’re Grilling Up Special $20 Savings

If you’re hungry for great savings on top-rated wireless, you’ll really enjoy the special, limited-time treat we’re grilling up: when you start service or add lines to your Consumer Cellular account from May 15–June 30, 2019 you’ll receive a $20 credit for every new line of service!

If you’ve been thinking about switching to our affordable, no-contract cellphone service, or if you’re already a satisfied customer and want to add family members or friends to your account, come and get it! For every new line you activate by June 30th, we’ll give you a $20 credit on your next invoice. It really is just that simple.

By adding lines to your account for family members and friends, they can share all the minutes, texts, and data on your already low-cost monthly Talk and Connect plans. Plus, calls between phones on the same account are free, so your savings go even further.

These tasty savings also apply to monthly service on our innovative GrandPad tablet. Start service for yourself or a loved one by June 30th and save $20 on the first month of calling, messaging, music streaming, Internet browsing and more.

And if you’re currently paying for a landline, this is also an excellent time to turn it into a line on your cellular account by adding a line to use with our Wireless Home Phone Base.  You simply plug your existing handset into the home phone base for portable, cellular home phone service. You can even keep your existing home phone number! Switch by June 30 and you’ll receive a $20 credit on the first month of service.

There are no special codes or coupons required. Simply choose the monthly plan and device that’s right for you. You can also sign up at any Target store, or if you’re already a customer, log in to My Account and select Add a Line. If you have questions or need additional help, give us a call at (888) 345-5510. Help yourself to $20 savings today!

33 Thoughts on "For a Limited Time, We’re Grilling Up Special $20 Savings"

  1. Donna Bradbury says

    I understand your phone # has changed but we have not been notified of this. I have had trouble with my phone, but not able to speak with anyone.kind of poor business wouldn’t you say.

    reply to Donna

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      I’m so sorry that you’ve had a hard time reaching us, Donna. Our number hasn’t changed and we can still be reached at 888-345-5509. I see that you were able to speak with an agent. If you need any further assistance, feel free to call us back or chat with us here.

      reply to Nicole

    • Uvon says

      I have never ever had consumer Cellular problems. They have always helped me very gracious Lee and all of the people there are really nice. If you tell them your problem nicely they will help you.

      reply to Uvon

  2. Robert says

    Would like 20.00 savings

    reply to Robert

  3. Audrey Poole says

    I just sign to you all so I get 20.00 saving to am getting 2 phones Thank You!

    reply to Audrey

  4. Samuel SPANGERBERG says

    I am planning on dropping my current provider and switching to CC. 1. Can I keep my existing number? 2. How do I coordinate terminating one and beginning the other without losing service?
    thanks

    reply to Samuel

    • Hi Samuel, thank you for your blog post! You can definitely keep your existing phone number and transfer it over to us. What would need to happen is that we would need to have you keep your service active with the current provider until the phone number switch completes. This way you can keep using that service as needed, and the transfer can complete properly. Once that is completed, we would take over service for the number and then you can reach out to the old provider to cancel that service.

      reply to Jacob

      • Bill says

        Just like us we are changing to CC. We have to call and cancel our other service? When will we know to do this?

        reply to Bill

        • Hi Bill, that’s a great question! When switching, you will not want to cancel service until your phone number transfer has completed. Depending on who you are switching over from, service may cancel automatically once the transfer completes. I always recommend calling your previous provider though to make sure the account is closed and to go over the final bill to make sure there are no surprises.

          reply to Jacob

  5. Kat says

    Can you sign up for CC even if still paying off a phone w AT&T?

    reply to Kat

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for posting, Kat. You can sign up for our service even if you’re paying off a phone with AT&T. However, please keep in mind that a payment plan cannot be transferred between providers and the remaining balance on the phone may become due immediately. We recommend checking the terms with AT&T to make sure.

      reply to Nicole

  6. Uvon says

    I have never ever had consumer Cellular problems. They have always helped me very gracious Lee and all of the people there are really nice. If you tell them your problem nicely they will help you.

    reply to Uvon

  7. Don says

    To all that are planning to change to C C,
    you will not be sorry! C C is the best . However, I do not like the web page. Very difficult to read when paying bill.

    reply to Don

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for posting, Don! I’m sorry to hear that you’re having trouble reading portions of our website when trying to make a payment. We really appreciate your feedback, and I’ll pass it along to our team! In the meantime, some web browsers come with a zoom function that may be able to help with readability.

      reply to Nicole

  8. Don says

    To all that are planning to change to C C,
    you will not be sorry! C C is the best . However, I do not like the web page. Very difficult to read when paying bill.

    reply to Don

  9. Sandi Bragg says

    Think I read somewhere there’s a credit on bill if you change to no paper bill?? Please do so, and let me know when you do. Thanks, and by the way, I have been with CC for several years and find them always ready to help. Sandi

    reply to Sandi

    • Hi Sandy, that’s a great question. We did have a promotion in honor of Earth Day that ended on 5/14 where if you switched your billing to emailed billing it would give you that credit. Since it’s ended though we cannot apply it at this point, however, it may come around again soon so keep an eye on your emails for any future promotions.

      reply to Jacob

  10. Doris J Ratzel says

    how do this work

    reply to Doris

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      We appreciate the interest, Doris! With this current promotion, if you sign up for service between 5/15/2019 – 6/30/2019, you will receive a $20 invoice credit for each line of service. This also includes if you have existing service and add a new line during this promotional period!

      reply to Nicole

  11. Susie says

    I would love if you guys were an internet service provider for seniors. Just like your phone service. Providers out here now are not senior friendly for us. We too like to use the internet but the service contracts are expensive. Everything is going to internet to deal or talk with businesses. Thank you for being such an awesome service for seniors

    reply to Susie

  12. Mircea says

    Hi, my question is how many GB data is montly and this price is only first month or for ever ?

    reply to Mircea

  13. Marie Schreiber says

    I have been with CC for several years. Never ever have I had a problem.
    They are the best when it comes to customer service.

    reply to Marie

  14. Don says

    We are using C C data for internet access, but don’t know what total usage is. One phone says 17.2 Gb through tomorrow’s period. The other phone reads usage around 12 Gb this period. Will we get sticker shock, going $50 in penalties over what was below the stated 20 gigs?

    Per phone or per account?
    We were watching one phone….

    reply to Don

    • Hi Don, thank you for your post! I would advise that you can review your total usage via your online account here to see what the usage is between the two phones. As long as you do not go over your plan for 20GB there should not be any overages. If you have any questions about usage, please give us a call at 888-345-5509 or you can also chat with us on our website here.

      reply to Jacob

  15. Shirley Jennings says

    Seniors don’t understand terms like data and need it explained. I’m 77 and still can’t figure out an example of a data. Can U name things that would be examples?

    reply to Shirley

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      That’s a great question, Shirley! There are a lot of different ways that data can be used, including web browsing, emailing, listening to internet radio, GPS, streaming videos, playing games, using applications such as Skype and Facetime, and any other activity which requires web access. In addition to these activities, your smart phone can run automatic software updates to ensure optimal performance; these updates will use data as well.

      If you need assistance with data on our service, you can reach us by calling 888-345-5509 or via chat here.

      reply to Nicole

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