Using Galaxy S9 on Mint SIM!

In this video I test SMS, MMS, calling, voicemail, and the personal hotspot using the Samsung Galaxy S9 on the Mint SIM network! Check out Mint here –

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23 thoughts on “Using Galaxy S9 on Mint SIM!”

  1. Hi there.

    I got the Galaxy S9 around the first week of June 2019.

    On your phone, time is shown top right. My phone, time is in the top left.

    I turn the wi-fi off, I have LTE but not LTE +.

    No toggle for wi-fi calling, but under apps, I search for wi fi calling,

    and there is some kind of wi fi calling app installed. The app is not listed in the apps directory.

    LTE speeds are 25 – 30 Mbps.

    Good video. 🙂

    July 9, 2019.

  2. Your video comparing cell phone services convinced me to sigh up with Mint. I will save about $100/month! This video could have been an instructional video on using Mint with any Phone. Any recommendations?

  3. Don't make money on oil changes??? Mine did;charged $77 for about $15 worth of oil and filter! Used bulk oil from "where"? And $2 filter. work performed by a kid. Never again!

  4. Does WiFi Calling and Texting work as well? **Update** VoLTE, WiFi Calling and Texting all work!
    Speed tests over 100Mbps! I get LTE+ so many more places than I had with AT&T. 😁

  5. The S9 has yet to be listed on MintSim's List of approved devices for WiFi Calling. Many previous Samsung models are listed. Did you get a chance to verify WiFi calling capability with the S9 on MintSim's service?

  6. Do a review on BetterSim. 38.97$ for unlimited everything. No bs they is on T-Mobile but they isn't bsing with their stuff. has visual voicemail, wifi calling. Comes with hotspot. MMS. Goes after 50gb (no throttling). I think is compatible with binge on and music freedom. I'm not sure about netflix but it's really worth a try. Also free number porting. I love mint sim. But I no longer have that frequently paying upfront every 3-6mths for less data and features.

  7. I need your help guys… Should I get the us mobile super lte plan with 500 minutes, 1000 texts, and 5gb of uncapped spped data? ($41) Or should I go with the cricket 5gb of data capped at 8 Mbps with unlimited talk and text? ($35) The price isn't that much different between the two so I need your opinions 🙂

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