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Boost Mobile Lets You Add a New Line for Less in Special Offer

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Boost Mobile has started offering a new promotional family plan. According to the announcement made earlier today, the new plan is priced at $65 per month (with  Auto-Reboost) for the first two lines. Boost Mobile will only be charging $25 per month for lines 3-5. Each line will be equipped with unlimited voice, text, and data with the first 10GB at high speed. Hotspot and unlimited music streaming are also included with this plan.

With the offer, here are the prices you'll have to pay:

  • 2 Lines - $70 per month ($65 with Auto-Reboost)
  • 3 Lines - $95 per month ($90 with Auto-Reboost)
  • 4 Lines - $120 per month ($115 with Auto-Reboost) 
  • 5 Lines - $145 per month ($140 with Auto-Reboost)
The Auto-Reboost discount included in the offer starts on the second month of service. Each of the lines must be on the 10GB plan.  The offer is available at Boost dealers to new and existing customers (port in not required). You may avail of these prices until April 10, 2017.


Source: BoostMobile

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  1. This post is OLD NEWS - This promotion has being available since JAN 26.
    Now this is FUTURE NEWS - 5 lines for $100 staring on FEB 14.
    More details on FEB 13.

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  2. Boost commercials are misleading and deceptive. They claim $25 for 10gb and compared it to Metro. But they gloss over the first line is $55

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  3. $65 for 20GB
    $45 for 23GB
    $30 for 2GB


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  4. The boost mobile ads are deceptive because many prepaid users do not use autopay for the $5 discount. However the 23gb previously mentioned is usually not a throttle point because there are boost mobile customers that stream video content all month resulting in over 500gb used. Facebook live and twitter periscope and access to mobile cable tv on their cell phones and 500 gb of usage is not difficult to obtain

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  5. whatz the use if it does not have good coverage.

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  6. Boost needs to add Canada roaming, BYOD, and a cheaper multiline plan (1GB) for $20. Thier coverage is not worth the price.

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    1. Canada roaming is only $5 / Byod does now exist, im using an iphone 7 from verizon on boost mobile, They also start multi line 4 lines at $100 or $95 with autopay on the 14th, Each line is unlimited data

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    2. "Unlimited" is hardly a word to apply to Boost, which only has good coverage in a handful of states. It's quite limiting when an also-ran network provides no data in most of the US.

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  7. Sprint will offer 5 lines for $90 starting today

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    1. Can I do BYOP because I don't want to buy new phones plus I have all these leftover RP phones I can use.

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    2. If your phones were originally Sprint phones (not Virgin, Sprint Prepaid or Boost) you can use them on Sprint. You can also use unlocked "universal" phones like the Nexus 6 and later or the iPhone 6 or 6s.

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  8. The 5 for 90 with Sprint is only a year isn't it? If so it still may be a good deal at 20 dollars per line after taxes. Does unlimited mean 3g unlimited?

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    1. 23gb then 2g speed unlimited...

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    2. sprint website says...

      After 3/31/18 pay $60/mo. for line 1 and $30/mo. lines 3-5 w/ AutoPay. Data deprioritization applies during times of congestion. Reqs ebill and new account.

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    3. ****

      After 3/31/18 pay $60/mo. for line 1 and $30/mo. lines 3-5 w/ AutoPay. Data deprioritization applies during times of congestion. Reqs ebill and new account.
      ****

      But what's the cost of that second line? If they don't say, then it must really be INSANE!
      ;D

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    4. Every line has to be a new user. If you qualify, it's an excellent deal. Our kids are still paying $93/month including all taxes for 2 unlimited lines with their Framily plan group. They are very satisfied.

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  9. In case anyone is interested in Boost Dealz ($5 discount/month to see an ad when unlocking phone), it worked fine for a year and wasn't bad, but for the past 2 months they stopped crediting my account. I use my phone the same as ever, but something has changed.I'll just delete the app now and pay the extra $5 month.

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    1. That credit isnt applied to the next months bill. Making it useless.

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    2. Boost Dealz has not stopped crediting accounts $5 just have to swipe your phone to open the screen from the screen saver and have the boost dealz ad appear at least once a day for at least 20 days out of a month, that uses about 370mb per month out of the alloted 2000mb (2gb)at the $35 plan

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    3. I got a bizarre text from Boost Dealz 2 months ago that said "Wait! Don't go! We noticed you are not active anymore". But I am just as actively using my phone every day and never turn it off. Since then I've received no credits. I used to get credit every month.

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  10. Using my handy calculator I figured out that five lines from MintSIM (5GB Plan) would cost roughly 103 a month versus Sprint which with taxes would probably be around 110.00 a month. Now Sprint is more data, but for most 5GB would be sufficient.

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    1. "Now Sprint is more data, but for most 5GB would be sufficient."

      I don't see how you can say that.. what is 'sufficent' vs how much data users buy when limited by such constraints as budgets and the varying degrees to which carriers gouge customers.

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  11. A new article is needed for the 4 unlimited lines for $100 pricing that came out today. Best prepaid deal ever for 4 lines.

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  12. Considering the network it is on, it is hard to call it the best deal.

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