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Boost Launches 2//$70, $3/$95, 4/$120, 5/$145 10 GB Family Plan Promotion


Sprint's Boost Mobile unveiled a new Family Plan promotion today. Now through July 6, 2016, August 31, 2016, new and existing Boost customers can sign up for family plans with 10 GB of high speed data. Pricing is:

  • 2 lines for $70 per month ($65 or $32.50/line with autopay)
  • 3 lines for $95 per month ($90 or $30/line with autopay)
  • 4 lines for $120 per month ($115 or $28.75/line with autopay)
  • 5 lines for $145 per month $140 or $28/line with autopay
The plan also includes unlimited talk and text and unlimited 128 Kbps throttled data after 10 GB is used in a month. Streaming music from Pandora, iHeart Radio, Slacker, Milk Music and 8 Tracks does not count against the plan's 10 GB high speed data limit. A $5/month auto-pay discount is available for the primary line only.

This promotion makes 10 GB family plans less expensive than Boost's regular 5 GB family plans which costs $85 for 2 lines, $120 for 3 lines, $140 for 4 lines and $150 for 5 lines.

The new promotion is a good deal but it does have some restrictions compared with Boost's regular family plans:

  • 10 GB family plans are only available at Boost dealers, not online.
  • 10 GB plans can't be mixed and matched, all users must be on the 10 GB plan. The regular family plans allow each user to choose any Boost monthly plan (2 GB, 5 G\GB, Unlimited)
  • Unlike Boost's other family plans, Mobile hotspot is not included with the 10 GB plan. Hotspot can be added to the 10 GB plan for $3 for 500 MB good for a day or $5/month for 1 GB or $10/month for 2GB
The 10 GB Family Plan promo can be combined with Boost's dealer only port-in promotion that gives customers porting from a non-Sprint based operator $50 off any new or Certified Pre-owned Boost phone. With the promotion several new Boost phones are free including the Moto E, LG Tribute 2, Tribute 5 and Volt2. With the port-in discount the iPhone 5S 16 GB is $99.99.

    Update 7/7/16: Promotiona has been extended until 8/8/2016.

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    1. Sprint must reduce harsh rule to success their business.

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    2. Cannot wait until the FCC finally around Republican obstruction and smacks down all these companies charging extra for tethering. It's such a BS reason to milk you for more money.

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    3. Not available online, don't care. I don't want to step into a Boost store because they are always located in unsafe areas. The terms of this deal are unnecessarily complicated.

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    4. Sales tax extra on Boost. No WiFi calling like MetroPCS. Hard to consider Boost when you can't bring your Nexus phone.

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    5. Cutting prices won't make their network any more reliable.

      They'd have to practically give service and phones away for free to keep and attract customers.

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    6. NO HOTSPOT? On multi line accounts likely limits the appeal. Boost going from no family plans to a multitude of ones with Sprint's BYOP issues etc.plus if extra taxes fees..switchers likely think twice esp. if their current gsm phones aren't entry level.

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      1. good luck using that new Boost phone on ringplus now

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    7. Eee WestchesterMay 7, 2016 at 3:26 AM

      these are very good rates for people who have families

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    8. Eee WestchesterMay 7, 2016 at 3:28 AM

      Dennis. Does Boost throttle LTE SPEED compared to Sprint parent plans?

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      1. As far as I know Boost doesn't throttle the high speed data portion of their plans. Like T-Mobile, Sprint gives lower priority to both prepaid and postpaid unlimited plan users after 23 GB

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    9. Boost users like cheap Android phones, including the Galaxy Core Prime, the most popular Android phone on Boost's network last month, followed by the Galaxy S3, N9130, LG G Stylo and LG Volt. The iPhone 5S was the most popular Apple handset among Boost Mobile users in April, followed in order by the iPhone 6, 6S, 5C and 6 Plus.
      -Apteligent

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      1. Really surprised that the ZTE Warp Elite didn't make that list. It's by far the best bang for the buck.Often on sale on Amazon for under $100.

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    10. That is a bit of a self-fulfilling conclusion. Boost customer can't buy any other devices except the ones they sell. Compared to brands like Cricket or Metro where BYOD is far more popular and you'll find high end devices like the Nexus.

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      1. Not true. Boost has a BYOSD list and sells some more expensive phones.

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      2. Boost does allow other Sprint compatible phones to be activated on their plans. A relative is saving over $44 monthly now on Boost with her old Samsung GS3 phone with a new battery from Amazon; same network; same LTE; she sees no difference except cost. Went to a Boost dealer to make the switch

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    11. Boost has every phone on market, they have all iphone models, unlike metro pcs which does not officialy sell iphones unless you bring in your own tmobile phones

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