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Boost Mobile 4 Lines of Unlimited Data For $100 Offer Extended to April 10

Sprint's Boost Mobile prepaid brand has extended its 4 lines with unlimited data offer until April 10, 2017. The promotion was originally scheduled to end March 14. Now through April 10, new customers can lock in three or four unlimited lines for $100 or five lines for $130. Each line gets unlimited talk, text and data. Although data is unlimited, video streaming is degraded to 480p resolution, audio streaming is restricted to 500Kbps, online gaming data throttled to 2 Mbps and hotspot is throttled to 128 Kbps after 8 GB is used. Data speeds are subject to deprioritization after 23 GB is used.

The four lines for $100 offer is available only at Boost dealers, not online. All lines must be new activations and at least one must be a number that is ported in from a non-Sprint based operator and has not been on Boost in the last 90 days. Customers who port a numbers to Boost are also eligible for a free Android phone for each line ported. Available free phones  include the Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge and LG X Power. Porting customers also get discounted prices on other phones. including a $49.99 iPhone 5s 16 GB, $129.99 iPhone SE 16 GB, $249.99 iPhone 6 16 GB or $399.99 Samsung Galaxy S7.

This four lines of unlimited data for $100 offer is Boost's answer to multi line plans from T-Mobile's MetroPCS and AT&T's Cricket.  Compared with Cricket and MetroPCS, Boost's deal includes more high speed data for the money but has more restrictions. Cricket's regular, non-promotional family plan provides four or five lines with 3 GB of high speed data each for $100. MetroPCS is currently running  promotion on their $50/month unlimited high speed data plan where 2 lines are $80, 3 lines $120, 4 lines $160, and 5 lines are $200. Unlike Boost's 4 lines for $100, the MetroPCS and Cricket Family offers are available to both new and existing customers with no port-in required.

See our Prepaid Family Plans Compared post for more multi-line deals.

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  1. Exciting times.
    I was told by a friend that in the UK you pay either 20 dollars or pounds and they give you unlimited data.

    We are on that path?

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    1. Mobile data is much cheaper in the UK and many other countries than it is in the US thanks to strong competition. Data prices are decreasing in the US but we always seem to behind the rest of the world.

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  2. If you have alternative choice, which one is the best? (other than prepaid vs postpaid) Spirnt's 5 line for $90 VS Boost's 4 line for $100.

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    1. Boost's 4 line is better because the pricing is permanent. Sprint's 5 lines for $90 becomes $180 in March 2018.

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  3. I switched to this plan from Metro Pcs and its GREAT!!!!!! I get service everywhere including the places i couldn't with Metro. 4 free Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge phones. $100 + $25 activation fee.Unlimited and 8GB of hot spot you can't beat that.

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    1. Thank you lol..I'm a Boost customer and it's nice to finally hear a positive comment about them. :) I love Boost.

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    2. Activation fee is per line or per account?

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    3. The dealer I went to was cool, he discounted me at 20 activations on all 5 phones. Yes I tested the range and it works where METRO pcs fails. I fish a lot out in Lake J and METRO no longer works. Boost works flawlessly and you know what that means. :))))))) 130 for 5 identical unlimited, fast 4 lte unlimited speed and 8 gb hot spots each is fantastic. Metro PCS throttled me TONS, boost has restrictions BUT I DONT FEEL THEM. Works flawlessly day in day out. METRO I always lose connections and GPS dies a lot. I am happy with BOOST so far. I hope this isn't a new customer AMPLIFIED hype. Hope it stays reliable.

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  4. is it 8gb of hot spot per line?

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    1. one boost store tried to charge the $25 activation fee for each line, i knew something was up so we left and went to a different boost store. its $25 for one line the main line. lines 2,3,4 are free. if you have 1,2 or 3 lines its still $100/month(might as well get 4 lol). #Bestplanoutbyfar

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    2. activation fee is per account BUT beware some dealers will try say its per line to make extra money. First store i went to tried that and i left and went to a different store. Nice try

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  5. Sprint Unlimited Freedom plan:

    2-5 lined for $90/month plus taxes and fees (we pay $3.82/month on $90)

    Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan applies only to new customers who are also buying (outright purchases or financing) or leasing phones from Sprint at the time of purchase, and credit approval is required. There is an activation fee of up to $30 per line and the Unlimited Freedom Plan requires eBilling.

    You get:
    Postpaid voice and data roaming on Verizon and regional networks
    Unlimited talk, text, and data (with certain restrictions)
    Unlimited data for streaming video up to 1080p
    Unlimited data for gaming up to 8Mbps
    Unlimited data for streaming music up to 1.5Mbps
    10GB high-speed mobile hotspot with VPN and P2P support
    Add a tablet with unlimited data for $25 per month

    Sprint offers a 14-day satisfaction guarantee.
    Devices purchased on installments, not full price, are subject to a $350 early termination fee.

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  6. Hofo ID: Grateful4AdviceMarch 9, 2017 at 1:18 PM

    None of the Boost dealers in my area seem to know about the promotional port in pricing on phones. Does anyone have a Boost weblink or screenshot I can show a dealer?

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    1. show them the commercial on youtube, if you go on the boost website scroll down to the bottom of the page and it say Limited time 4 lines for $100

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    2. https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-F-sUt50Dgl0/WMGSbOei2eI/AAAAAAAASuE/_z8D6O0FvuMkbsRWPZAjBgNjwjBu0E77QCLcB/s1600/Boost4for100Extended.jpg

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  7. Are we sure this plan is only available through dealers?

    https://www.boostmobile.com/?ECID=MA:AB:20170201:SPNT_BST_73355_17_Q1_DACT_BOOST:Boost_Z_Open_DT_BAN_PRSD_CON_NOGEN_DCPM_300x250_PMP_DC:BOOST_TaxSeason_4_for_100_300x250_Static.jpg#!/4for100/

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    1. It's a dealer only promotion AFAIK.

      Your link doesn't work. Blogger munges long urls. Either use an HTML anchor tag to post a proper link or else use a link shortening service like bit.ly.

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  8. The Sprint plan is a great deal but only available for a year. I would sign up if you could keep the plan but buying a Sprint phone that I might not be able to use in 13 months isn't worth it.

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    1. Buy a Sprint phone that can be used on other networks. Sprint will unlock it for you.

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    2. You can also cut back to 2 lines per month for $100 after one year.
      That's still a great deal with the postpaid benefits.

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    3. yes ONLY FOR A YEAR!!!, They don't tell you that.

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    4. Get out the reading glasses, Grandpa. It's all there.
      Just like your cable "deal."

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  9. Its not for a year, and what does it matter the deals will be much much better in a year anyways

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  10. Within a year, T-Mobile will buy Sprint and Boost and sell its poorly performing tower hardware for scrap metal.

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  11. Sorry Dennis, I don't know what an HTML anchor tag is or how to use one. Here is a Boost link I created by bitly.

    http://boost.co/2mscu4b

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    1. Real easy, just memorize it and use it in blogspot from then on. Simple replace the ( ) with less than, greater than in all instances below:

      (a href = "http://Whatever.com")Click here (/A)

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  12. Is this offer available for existing boost mobile customers and does it have unlimited talk text and data.And how many GB for each phone?

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    1. That answers to your questions are in the post :)

      "All lines must be new activations and at least one must be a number that is ported in from a non-Sprint based operator and has not been on Boost in the last 90 days"

      "Each line gets unlimited talk, text and data. Although data is unlimited, video streaming is degraded to 480p resolution, audio streaming is restricted to 500Kbps, online gaming data throttled to 2 Mbps and hotspot is throttled to 128 Kbps after 8 GB is used. Data speeds are subject to deprioritization after 23 GB is used."

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  13. I think some of this information is incorrect, my local Boost Mobile store said the free phones were just the LG Tribute HD and the Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge. They did bring up a third phone had been offered but no longer was. Also they told me the port in store for an iPhone 5s would be $149.99 but $49.99. I just contacted Boost Mobile via Facebook and they told me their is no port in offer on the iPhone but I could one for $99.99 on their website and that would be my cheapest option.

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    1. The information in this post came from the March 9, 2017 issue of "The Playbook", a dealer-only electronic newsletter that Boost dealers can view on their master dealer's website.

      Some Boost offers have geographical limitations. The 4 lines for $100 offer is available to dealers in all markets. The phone prices listed above are available to dealers in all markets except Utah, Norfolk, Buffalo, Northern Connecticut, South Carolina and West Kentucky. There are separate promotions in those markets that I don't have access too.

      Boost doesn't usually publish their dealer-only promotions publically and doesn't seem to force dealers to honor the promotions either.

      If you see a deal here that you like I recommend calling all the dealers in your area and asking them if they are honoring it.

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    2. The one issue I'm noticing with Boost is I get three difference answers it seems like. I read something here which is different than what they tell me via Facebook support and then the store tells me something different than what Facebook support or this website states. It's giving me second thoughts about going to Boost Mobile with all the conflicting information and different answers depending on who I'm asking.

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    3. "It's giving me second thoughts about going to Boost Mobile with all the conflicting information and different answers depending on who I'm asking."

      Can't you just do this at a Walmart or online, Daniel?

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    4. "The information in this post came from the March 9, 2017 issue of "The Playbook", a dealer-only electronic newsletter that Boost dealers can view on their master dealer's website."

      That's not confidence-inspiring. It might be titled that way as it is a showplace of how to play the public.

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    5. I've decided to not switch to Boost Mobile now, I'd say money but I've been so happy with T-Mobile's service and I'd give up a few things. Plus T-Mobile has better coverage at my house anyways. I will admit though a big part of why I'm not switching is just the fact that you can't get a straight answer from Boost Mobile on anything. Each dealer says something different, and then corp says something else. They really need to get it more together!

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  14. I am a boost dealer, We have to honor all prices, We get a new price sheet monthly that must be displayed for customers to see prices clearly for port in / new customer or upgrade price, The iphone 5s is $29 when you port into boost. For colorado market, some markets do have different prices I have noticed

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    1. I actually just got back from a Boost Mobile dealer today, I've been to two different dealers in my area the past week and both have said different things. Neither had pricing sheets for port in offers by the way. One told me they could look it up but the other dealer said they didn't have that information and to look on Boost's website. One dealer told me it was $25 per line to activate, another said $25 includes all lines. One dealer told me the LG Tribute HD was completely free but another one said I had to purchase a $25 accersory pack for each phone. No offense but Boost's dealer system seems to be a mess.

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  15. Help guys! I'm in Northern California. Specifically in the Bay Area. I've been in 3 boost stores and have been told the 5s is not part of the promotion and it's $25 activation for each line. I've told all 3 stores that I've been with Cricket 3 years and I want 4 lines. They made no attempt to stop me after I told them the offer as I understood it was that a $25 activation fee covered as many as 4 lines.

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    1. I messaged Boost Mobile about this just now and got an almost instant reply. I will post exactly what the rep said.

      Hello Daniel. Thanks for contacting us. The stores may charge an activation fee of up to $25 per line. Keep in mind that since the stores are individually owned, some may offer different prices in order to compete with other stores. Let us know if there is anything else that we can do for you. -Edmund M.

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  16. Thanks Edmund. Yes they are independent. They can charge whatever they like. So I'm not arguing the point. I guarantee the dealers that are asking for more $$ for activation are going to ask for more $$ for phones especially the 5s. Just trying to find a dealer that goes by the book. A few dealers have posted here that they are activating up to 4 lines for $25.

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  17. Found a dealer in Vallejo, CA. $50 to activate 4 phones. Free LG X Power but no iPhone 5s. While calling Boost Mobile dealers in No. California I have found more #'s disconnected than answered.

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    1. Glad it worked out for you! As I posted in another post I'm staying with T-Mobile for a few reasons. Saving $70 a month with Boost Mobile was very tempting but I'm happy with T-Mobile and they've treated me very well. I can tell I'd take a huge degrade in customer service as well. Boost Mobile's CS seems to be pretty bad and I'm not a fan of a different answer for any sales question I have depending on who I'm talking to and what dealer I'm dealing with. Very annoying!

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  18. Terrible customer-hostile hours, arbitrary and capricious and excessive activation fees (which are "junk" no matter how you cut it), hilariously clueless and unprofessional staff... come on. can't you get the hint from Boost that they do NOT want you to do business at their dealers?

    (And yes, Cricket has for some time had policies to discourage its customers from darkening the Cricket dealers' doors as well)

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  19. You guys are both right. But $70 monthly is $8,400 in 10 years and time flies!

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  20. Brought in a family to Boost Mobile in the Long Island NY area where boost mobile and other carriers do not have coverage on the north shore inlet areas. They were paying $225+ for the verizon service and now pay $100 plus a $3 in store monthly payment at Boost mobile. With this promotion they received one LG Stylo 2 for $20, two LG X Power for free, and one Iphone 5s for $50. No activation extra fees, phone covers were $12 - $15 each. All four verion phone numbers were transferred to boost. 4g Lte speeds with verizon were averaging 25up and 17 down and with boost mobile they are 35 up and 23 down. No throttling has taken place on any phone that used over 23gb and each user is averaging over 200gb of usage each month. $25 each person is a good deal. Their friends that are in the north shore inlets are stuck paying the high verizon costs since boost mobile has only 3g service there.

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