Virgin Mobile Giving $200 Visa Gift Cards to New Members and Donating 200 Meals for Black Friday


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Virgin Mobile has announced a new promotion that extends from Black Friday to Cyber Monday in which anyone who subscribes to the carrier’s Inner Circle plan will receive a complimentary $200 Visa gift card to be spent wherever they wish. In return for each new subscriber who signs up in that timeframe, the iPhone-exclusive cell provider will donate 200 meals through Feeding America to ensure no one goes hungry this holiday season. The carrier has already pledged to donate over 1.6 million meals over 2018 so this promotion should aid them in simply increasing that number.

“With the holiday season quickly approaching, it’s a great time to focus on those less fortunate. Virgin Mobile USA is proud to continue its work with Feeding America to help fight hunger,” said Justin Scott, director of communications at Virgin Mobile. “Also, this is a great deal for people looking for a simpler way to buy mobile.”

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To take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to sign up for the Inner Circle plan which will cost just $1/month for the first six months of service and afterward $50/month for unlimited talk, text, and data. Things kick off on Black Friday at 12 AM local time and end at 11:59 PM local time on Cyber Monday. The 200 meals will be donated as a part of #GivingTuesday in which people are to celebrate giving back to the world.

Giving back is in our DNA, and we’re proud to do our part in the communities our members call home. Normally, we donate support for 10 meals to Feeding America for every person who joins the Inner Circle. However, during this special time of thanks and giving back, we increased our donation twentyfold in advance of #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017.

If you feel like getting a free $200 gift card and donating 200 meals to those less fortunate, you can sign up for Virgin Mobile here. Note you’ll need to have an iPhone to do so since the carrier only supports iPhones now.


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