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Boost Launches New Two Lines For $50 Promotional Family Plan

In a recent news letter for Boost Mobile dealers the Sprint prepaid brand announced a new "2 Lines for $50 3 GB" family plan promotion. The deal, which is available now through July 10 at Boost dealers only, not online, includes unlimited voice, messaging and data with the first 3 GB of data on each line at high speeds. After 3 GB data is slowed to 2G speeds of  about 128 kbps. The price for 2 lines is $50. Additional lines (up to a total of five lines) are $25/month each. The offer is available for new activations only and at least one line must be a port-in from a non-Sprint based MVNO or operator.

Boost also announced that the Family Plan Add-A-Line promotion, which was due to end June 1, has been extended until July 10. The Add-A-Line promo provides a free month of service to any new secondary line added to an Unlimited Gigs Family Plan. That plan, which costs $50/month for the first line and $30/month for each additional line, includes unlimited  voice, messaging and data. Although data is advertised as unlimited on this plan, video streaming is degraded to 480p resolution, audio streaming is restricted to 500Kbps, online gaming data is throttled to 2 Mbps and hotspot, VPN and P2P uses are limited to 8 GB/month.  To qualify for the Add-A-Line promotion, the customer must purchase a CPO iPhone 6 or 6 Plus or any new Boost Mobile phone at a Boost dealer.  Other CPO phones and BYOP devices are not eligible

Boost has also extended its free and discounted phones for switchers offer until July 10. It gives a free or discounted phone to new customers who port a line from a non-Sprint based carrier and activate it on an Unlimited Gigs individual or family plan. Free phones, subject to dealer availability are the ZTE Warp 7, Alcatel Dawn, LG K3, Kyocera Hydro Reach, ZTE Prestige 2, Samsung Galaxy J3, Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge and LG Tribute HD. Notable discounted phones include the iPhone 5s 16 GB for $39.99, HTC Bolt for $99.99, and the iPhone SE 32 GB for $109.99.

Finally, Boost is not extending the U Pay 1, We Pay 1,  Bring Your On iPhone or 4 Lines of Unlimited Gigs for $100 promotions. These promos will end as scheduled June 1 so if you are interested today is the last day to get in on either of these deals.

 Update: Boost is extending the U Pay 1, We Pay 1,  Bring Your On iPhone promotion after all. From now until July 10 activate a Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s or 6s Plus; Verizon only iPhone 5s, 5c, SE, 7 or 7 Plus and receive a $50 credit every other month for the life of the phone.

Not all Boost dealers participate in Boost promotions and popular phones can be out of stock. To avoid disappointment and wasted time I recommend always calling dealers first to be sure they are participating in a promotion you are interested in.

Source: Leaked Boost Mobile dealer communications

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  1. Boost is copying MetroPCS, which has an almost identical deal. No mention of having to port in a line from a non-Tmo carrier on that one.

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  2. Cricket is still the best deal! Five lines for $100 ($20 each for 4gb each) also the same ATT signal, with no more proxy!

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    1. Not everyone has 5 lines.

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    2. Not only do most people not have 5 lines, Cricket/AT&T network reliability is some of the worst in the nation. Cricket particularly has problems with calling and texting.

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    3. ATT network is only worse than ONE: Verizon.

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  3. Terrible deals considering the network's about to be shut down once the Tmo deal goes through.

    Boost phones will become mere paperweights, and all customers will wind up having to get GSM compatible phones anyway.

    Might as well go with Metro, which has long since completed its merger and is already where Boost will eventually be.

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  4. This is fake news! Its really $50 for zero lines because Sprint has no signal anywhere and their network is always bogged down

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    1. I agree. Saying Sprint has no signal anywhere is not just fake news, it's also lie. And their network can't be bogged down if there is no signal. Get a new script if you're going to troll.

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  5. I still prefer my h2o, 3gb for $27. I would have to consider Boost if they had real voice roaming like metro. But with "$50 voice roaming" I can't even consider a Sprint MVNO here in Wisconsin.

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  6. 3rd para, its typo
    " has also extended it's free and discounted phones"

    With apostrophe means it is. To proofread, read the sentence out loud and use it is if you see an apostrophe. If it makes no sense, you don't want the apostrophe. Simple.

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  7. The Bolt is only $99 ??

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    1. Yes but only when porting a number at a Boost dealer. The trick is to find a dealer who has the Bolt in stock and is participating in the offer.

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  8. Are the free phones for switchers limited to independent Boost dealers or is the promotional pricing available online or mass market stores?

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    1. The free phones are only available at dealers not online or national retailers.

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  9. I'd get this deal if Boost offered roaming in Canada. Boost couldn't even bother to bundle taxes and fees like Metro and Cricket.

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  10. Now it is time to move 2G speed. Asian coutries offer after high speed data between 400kbps~3mbps

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  11. The Bring you own iPhone- U pay 1 We pay 1 promo was extended through 7/10/2017.

    This is incorrect: To qualify for the Add-A-Line promotion, the customer must purchase a CPO iPhone 6 or 6 Plus or any new Boost Mobile phone at a Boost dealer.

    Do, visit a Boost Mobile dealer for more info!

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  12. I don't like that you have to go in to the boost store (call first to see if they are participating) i guess so they can try to up-sell you an expensive phone. But it seems to be a good deal if sprint signal is good where you live. No roaming is nothing new to me and not a problem. What about data after the 3 GB at 4G speed, is it shut off or throttled down?

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  13. I wanted to port in my number from virgin mobile to boost and got the "you can't do that" answer from the local store who were less than helpful, although they can do this from another mvno that runs off sprint they call it something else and i can't remember what the term is but something like transfer. So I went to a different mvno before customer service got back to me about it. I told them to inform their supervisor but seems pretty bad if the store employees don't even know it can be done, since it should be simple and i'm sure i'm not the only customer Boost has lost over this.

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