Consumer Cellular Holiday Savings are Here, $25 Credits and More!

The holiday season is a wonderful time for sharing with family and friends, and we’re delighted to make it even easier for you to do so. This year, we’re offering special Consumer Cellular holiday savings on wireless service and devices to help keep you connected all year long.

You can take advantage of one, two, or all three of these terrific deals through the end of the year to enjoy the gifts of outstanding wireless and big savings:

Get a $25 Credit on All New Lines

If you sign up for new service or add lines to an existing Consumer Cellular account by December 31, 2019, you’ll receive a $25 credit for each new line on your next bill. Switch for yourself, or add lines for family members—you get a $25 credit for each and every one. By adding others to your service, you can share the minutes, texts, and data on our already low-cost Talk and Connect plans so the savings go even further! 

Tell Your Friends for a $25 Referral Credit

We’re proud that our customers are the most loyal in the wireless industry—and we love it when they tell friends how much they enjoy all the benefits we offer. That’s why we’re more than doubling our Refer-A-Friend reward during this time, too. Refer a friend to Consumer Cellular, and if they sign up by December 31, you both receive a $25 referral credit on your next bill. Be sure to let your friend know they can also take advantage of our $25 credit on new lines, so they can start new service with $50 (or more) in savings! And refer as many friends as you wish—you’ll earn a credit for each one.

Special Discounts on Smartphones and More

You can’t enjoy great wireless without great devices, so we’re also offering special price discounts on a variety of smartphones and flip phones, as well as our GrandPad tablet, throughout the holiday season. Look for special offers between now and the end of the year. If you’ve been thinking about getting a new device or giving one as a gift, we have everything you’ll need.

Happy Holiday Savings from Consumer Cellular! These are limited time offers, so get started today. Add a line, tell a friend, or try a brand-new device: we’ll reward you with special deals on all three through December 31.

30 Thoughts on "Consumer Cellular Holiday Savings are Here, $25 Credits and More!"

  1. Janet Taylor says

    How is the service in Shawnee, OK?

    reply to Janet

    • Hi Janet, thanks for your question! It looks like service is great out in Shawnee, OK. If you’d like, you’re welcome to take a look at our coverage map located on our website here for further details. If you have any questions about coverage, feel free to give us a call at 800-686-4460 or you can also chat with one of our live agents here.

      reply to Jacob

  2. Herbert McDerman says

    I am interested in your service but would like assurences that Consumer Cellar is active in Pope County,il. that is in the Shawnee communications(Renshaw) area,Please advise

    reply to Herbert

    • Hi Herbert, I completely understand wanting those assurances, thanks for your post! The best way to view coverage for a larger area is actually by going to our coverage map which can be found on our website here. If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at 800-686-4460 or you can also chat with one of our live agents here as well.

      reply to Jacob

  3. Karen Horan says

    I would like to get the GrandPad for my mom for Christmas. Can this replace her current cell phone? She has a cell phone but struggles to use it, so thinking the GrandPad would be a better option. Also, would she be given a phone number for the GrandPad?

    Also, if she loses power would she be able to make a phone call with the GrandPad?

    Thank you!

    reply to Karen

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      It sounds like the GrandPad may be a great alternative for your mom. It doesn’t come with a phone number automatically, but you can request one for it. Since inbound calls are restricted to those in her contacts, anyone that she would be receiving calls from would need to be added to her contacts list first. Additionally, since the GrandPad runs fully off of our network, it should still work even if the power goes out as long as any local cell towers haven’t also been affected.

      reply to Nicole

  4. Brenda Carter says

    Do you have the letters in big numbers and big letters?

    reply to Brenda

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for taking the time to post, Brenda. If you need a phone that comes with a larger keypad and buttons, I would recommend the Doro 7050, found here. The buttons on this phone are also spaced out to make them easier to see and press. The text on the screen can also be adjusted to be much larger than normal if needed.

      reply to Nicole

  5. Michael P Bryan says

    My wife wants to switch. After her month ends in 18 days can we get 25 each

    reply to Michael

  6. Marie West says

    I am thinking of changing service to consumer celluler. Can i keep the phone i have and what extra charge is their to have wifi?

    reply to Marie

    • Hi Marie, great questions! If your phone is unlocked and is able to take a SIM card, it may work on our network. We can’t guarantee that all models will be compatible, but our agents will do everything they can to see if we can get it up and running. We don’t actually offer WiFi but our data plans can be found on our website here.

      reply to Jacob

  7. Carolyn Ruffin says

    Can I switch from Cricket and keep my number and my service is currently suspended due to a error that they made?

    reply to Carolyn

  8. Kelly says

    I signed up for service a couple of weeks ago and while I have a $10 balance for buying the SIM card at a Target store, I don’t see $25 for the advertised holiday sign up special. Even this article says there’s a credit on all new lines, wouldn’t switching into CC count? Or am I jumping the gun here and something will show up on my first bill? (So far the new service is working very well, so kudos there.)

    reply to Kelly

  9. Ruth Zink says

    I’m thinking of switching from straighttalk but need to know what fees and taxes will be added to my bill. I currently pay 39 for unlimited talk and 2 gb of data. If it’s going to be close to that why would I switch? My zip is 27603.

    reply to Ruth

    • Hi Ruth, thanks for your interest in our service! We don’t have a list of taxes that are applied for each area as they are added for us once a bill is generated. They can run between 15-20% but if you take a look at your current invoice with Straight Talk you should see them listed there for you to get a more accurate calculation for that.

      reply to Jacob

  10. Vicki Smith says

    I would like to win a different phone. Mine can not hold no data I only have 4 apps?

    reply to Vicki

    • Hi Vicki, winning that giveaway would be a great start to the holidays! If you’re having trouble with the memory space on your phone, we’d be happy to go over some options such as memory SD cards to see if that will help at all. Give a call at 800-686-4460 or chat with a live agent here for further assistance.

      reply to Jacob

  11. Tracy says

    Is there any holiday savings on replace/upgrades?

    reply to Tracy

  12. Nicole says

    I am looking to switch from Straight Talk. I currently have unlimited talk, text and data. I do not see that as an option here. Am I incorrect? If so, is the data plan chosen shared between two phones, or is it per line?

    reply to Nicole

  13. Richard says

    Does your service work in Canada, Mexico or Europe?

    reply to Richard

  14. Margaret Alford says

    When i purchase the phones when i recieve them will they be ready to activate and use

    reply to Margaret

  15. Candy Willis says

    Why does my usage bar on the website under my account show the orange color instead of green and state I’m nearing upgrade if I’ve only used 0.8 of my 10 GB?

    reply to Candy

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Candy, our records show that your usage should be reflecting correctly online. If your usage is still showing orange online, then I recommend clearing your cache and cookies so it isn’t based on any previous access to your online account.

      reply to Nicole

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