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$100 Credit For Porting Your Phone Number to Boost Mobile

Sprint's Boost Mobile is running another Switch and Save promotion. Boost will give you $100 for porting a number from a non-Sprint related operator to Boost.

The specifics of the deal are; customers who port a phone number from any non-Sprint carrier (not Sprint, Virgin Mobile or a  Sprint MVNO) to Boost between 4/8/14 and 6/30/2014 will get $100 off the price of a new Boost phone when they purchase and activate the phone on a new Boost account at a participating Boost Mobile dealer in "select markets" (store locator).

Boost isn't telling us what those select markets are or which dealers are participating so I recommend calling and verifying that the deal is available before heading out to your favorite dealer.

You can also get the $100 with phones purchased online. Customers purchasing a new phone (certified pre-owned phones aren't eligible) from boostmobile.com between 4/8 and 6/30 and activating it on a number ported from a non-Sprint carrier by July 13, 2014, will receive a $100 account credit within two weeks of activation. More more information visit www.boostmobile.com/switch.

Updated 6/1/2014: Promotion extended through 6/30/2014.

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  1. Can you get a $100 account credit if you activate a Boost phone from a big box retailer with port in?

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    1. Maybe.The in-store promo is an instant credit that's only given when you do the port and activation in-store. So you might be able to get the credit at stores like BestBuy, RadioShack and the Walmarts with wireless centers that do ports and activations.

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  2. Anonymous unless you already have a phone don't buy one for Boost avoid Boost. The common reason most people say avoid is because of coverage well I'm not one of those people. I'm telling you to avoid because of their downhill customer service which a few years ago was good both Sprint prepaid and postpaid. Now it's horrific and I can only imagine it's causing a lot of people to switch carriers based on my recent experience with Boost customer service on my extra line.

    I will be switching from Boost to H20 this month. Also there has been others on here that said Virgin customer service sucks and they switched also from Virgin to elsewhere. They have to do these promotions like this or the limited 6 month promo offers on $35 Unlimited LTE Plans to try to attract new customers. Just like Sprint is emulating the pay off of other companies ETF fees like T-mobile did first. Go to other blogs on May 1 when T-mobile has it's conference call and you will see why Sprint is making these desperate moves because T-mobile is about to take a lot of Sprint customers and have a huge 1st quarter with the results of its paying off other carrier's customer contracts.

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    1. H2O is not much better. Locus communications located in Ft. Lee NJ. apparently has very low standards as well when it comes to the CS.

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    2. H20 will work perfectly for me it's on At&t's network and like I said it's only my extra line which I had on Boost Pay As You Go plan which I'm porting to H20 Pay As You Go which I'm using mainly for minor data and voice use. As for monthly users on H20 the customer service might not be as good as Airvoice or Consumer Cellular but some people are more willing to deal with H20 more than Boost or Virgin due to superior At&t coverage.

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    3. I have Boost and every time I've called them they 've always been great. Non of my family and friends have any complaints.

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  3. If you like the Sprint network, I have had very good service from Ting, Kajeet and Eco. Red Pocket is probably a good source too. There are enough good plans here for everybody, The Kajeet $25 plan, 500/unl/500, is a bargain. Ting includes voice/sms roaming and phones can share the min/sms/data. They lowered their rates recently. Eco paygo rates are excellent. Red Pocket has a $5/month minimum for paygo. You can activate iPhones now. I have Eco and RingPlus now and the voice quality is very choppy w/dropouts on RingPlus, even with iPhone 4S. I am going to drop Them.

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    1. Net10 and H2O are the worst of all. I've had them all and these are the worst. They cut my internet with les then 17 days of service and when called cs they just simply said: sorry they're is we can do. I switched to Boost and never had a problem.

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    2. I bought a new phone with net10 service 6 months ago. I've been having issues just like what you did.3 phones later, a new SIM card, and them cutting my service before it was up. I'm ready to switch carriers. I've been a net10 customer for 4 years. Never had an issue until I bought the new phone. The last excuse the gave me was "the phone wasn't ment to be sold in my state" when I bought it in my state

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  4. Worst of all? For me, Spot Mobile, Virgin and Lyca when they started. Spot took 3 months before they could get me into my online account. Their pw reset emails were deleted as spam before they got to me. They kept blaming their web developer, and finally had to mail my pw to themselves and forward it to me. When I tried to use a different email address and reset the pw, the same thing happened all over again. They refused to help. Virgin people were polite, but they were not trained to solve problems and I wasted hours as they read scripts. Then I had to ask 3 offices for my account number to leave, explain over an over why I would not stay, and listen to sales pitches I told them I did not want to hear. This took 45 minutes on the phone. Lyca promised to send SIMs several times, and after 3 months I finally got one of the two I ordered with confirmed order number. FreedomPop (laid-back CA) takes up to 5 days, but then they are good (!).
    The best CS for me? Ting (Canadians), Platinumtel/Ptel (Chicago), AirVoice (Bloomfield Hills, MI), PagePlus (Toledo), Selectel (Miami & out West), T-Mobile (domestic and offshore), Truphone (Brits).

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  5. What if your phone has been off for a week....can u still get the deal for a free phone and your same number!..thanks in advance

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    1. Only if the operator you are porting from allows ports from inactive accounts. I think only T-Mobile does.

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  6. With Boost my number had to be in service.

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