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Boost Brings Back Four Lines of Unlimited Gigs For $100 Promotion

Boost Mobile 4 lines For $100
Sprint's Boost Mobile has refreshed its in-store promotions. These are deals that are available only at participating Boost dealers, not online or at national retailers like Best Buy, Target or Walmart. Unlike MetroPCS and Cricket, Boost does not publicly announce its in-store offers. The information below was given to me by a reliable industry source, but is not official. Perhaps because Boost doesn't publicize its in-store deals, Boost dealers don't always honor them. I recommend calling dealers first to be sure that they are participating in any deal you are interested in to avoid disappointment and wasted time.

The biggest news is that Boost is again offering four lines of its $50/month Unlimited Gigs Plan for $100. Boost ran the same promotion from May 5 to June 10. This time it's scheduled to run from July 11 to Sept. 7, 2017. Each line gets unlimited talk, messaging and on-device data. 8 GB of hotspot data and 50 minutes of voice roaming per month are also included. Video streaming is limited to 480p resolution, audio streams to to 500 kbps and gaming to 2 mbps. After 23 GB,  data is subject to de-prioritization during periods of network congestion.

As before all lines must be new activations and at least one line must be a port-in from a non-Sprint related carrier.  The activations and port-in(s) must be performed by a Boost dealer, not online. The best deal is on four lines at $100. Three or fewer lines also cost $100 and five lines are $130.  A $5/month auto pay discount is available on the primary line starting with the second month of service.

Boost also extended two promotions that were due to end 7/10/17:

The Free Unlimited Mexico promotion has been extended until 7/31/17.  It offers unlimited calls to Mexico and Canada for free and free unlimited roaming in Mexico. All customers on Boost's $50/month single line Unlimited Gigs Plan are eligible for the Free Unlimited Mexico Promotion. The promotion is not automatically applied, to enroll customers need to add the free Todo Mexico Plus add-on using the Boost online dashboard or at a Boost dealer. Users who add the promotion by 7/31 can keep indefinitely as long as they don't change plans.

The U Pay 1, We Pay 1 promotion has been extended to 9/7/17. It gives new customers half price service if they activate a Verizon, T-Mobile or AT&T iPhone on the $50/month Boost Unlimited Gigs single line plan. Eligible iPhones for the promotion are the Verizon, AT&T or T-Mobile iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s or 6s Plus and the Verizon only iPhone 5s, 5c, SE, 7 or 7 Plus. The same phones from Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile MVNOs are also eligible. Every other month, for the life of the phone, Boost will give the customer a $50 account credit to cover the next month's service. This promotion is officially only available at Boost dealers but at least one Prepaid Phone News reader has been able to get it by calling Boost.

Finally, the following Boost Promotions ended 7/10/17 and will not be extended; the 2 Lines for $50 3 GB family plan promotion and the free Family Plan Add-A-Line promotion.

Boost has also made changes to the pricing and availability of the free and discounted phones offered through dealers. I don't have all the details but the Samsung Galaxy J Emerge, the LG Tribute HD, Kyocera Hydro Reach, LG K3, ZTE  Warp 7 and ZTE Prestige 2 will be free to customers who port a number to Boost.

Through 7/31/17, the iPhone 5S is $49.99 for port-ins and $99.99 for new activations and eligible upgrades. Through 9/7/17 the used iPhone 6 16 GB is $99.99 for port-ins and $149.99 for new customers and upgrades.

Boost is switching from instant discounts to mail-in rebates for some offers. New customers and current customers who upgrade their phones at a Boost dealer can get the LG K3, LG Tribute HD and ZTE Prestige 2 free after mail in rebate or the Samsung Galaxy J3 Emerge for $9.99 after mail in rebate.


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  1. What if you don't have 4 people to take advantage of the 4 lines? How does it work for 3 lines? Sorry if a dumb question.

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    1. "Three or fewer lines also cost $100...".

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    2. Great..thank you. :)

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    3. So I can get a single line for only $100?

      Oh boy, just what I was waiting for.

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    4. Only if you are foolish enough to activate a single line on a multi-line plan.

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    5. exactly, nobody would go to a family plan with only one line...hahahaha

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  2. I am on this plan and LOVE IT! I'M using the Moto G5 plus(from Best Buy) and couldn't be happier. $95 with autopay.

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    1. It's on Sprint, the dead and dying network that won't meet the needs of most Americans.

      Might as well bury it: $35 with autopsy

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    2. I wouldn't be so quick to throw shade on Sprint. They have improved and are a good choice for some people. Maybe not you but they definitely have their place in the pre and post paid world.

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    3. I like zombies too, but I wouldn't invite them in for dinner.

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    4. Depends upon where you are - they cover eastern PA, NJ, NY, DE, & MD about as well as the others, so it's a good deal here.

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    5. AGAIN, they are the right choice for some people, not everyone but definitely have their place in the pre and post paid market. Just because it doesn't work for you or you think of it as a zombie, doesn't mean it does not help anyone else.

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  3. This is a good deal but you're better off on the free year with sprint deal.

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    1. Sprint deal is not prepaid, requires good credit verified through a non secure credit check by a millenial Sprint rep that will not be able to keep your info private, porting a number over, and autopay. Prepaid customers usually do not want their credit checked or setup autopay so this Sprint deal is NOT the best deal for PREPAID customers but is the best deal for postpaid customers

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  4. Up to 4 lines for $100. Why do people think they can divide that by 4 abs that's their price for a single line.

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  5. FYI: Best Buy is carrying Boost Mobile BYOD sim kits with 3 sim cards.

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    1. Boost Mobile - Tri-branded SIM Card Activation Kit - $9.99 SKU:5887020 also @ select Walmart stores they have Nano (4FF) SIM cards available for $5 that work for Boost, VM, Sprint. Use Brickseek - Walmart Item # 142286100

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    2. Didn't know you could BYOD to Boost. I can activate my Moto G4+ with them?

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    3. boost does not have byod

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  6. just joined boost for one month on their unlimited plan in Nevada... literally can't get above 2mpbs ANYWHERE on lte and need to force the phone to stay on 3g all the time so the lte signal doesn't drop out completely every min... the 3g speed doesn't go above 1.5... worst service I've ever had

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    1. I'm in Nevada pretty regularly and I get excellent bandwidth whenever I'm there. I'm usually in Pahrump, Vegas, or south of Vegas and easily see 5-15 Mbps. I'm with Tello, so it shouldn't be that different from Boost.

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  7. I am guessing that taxes are not included so how much would that run typically? It seems like a good deal if I had 2 friends and taxes were included.

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    1. Boost collects all point of sale taxes in effect at your billing address. Typically state and local sales tax plus an e911 fee in some jurisdictions. Unlike some (Ting, Republic, Consumer, TPO, postpaid operators), Boost does not pass on telecom taxes or charge a regulatory recovery fee.

      AT&T Prepaid (goPhone), T-Mobile Prepaid, Verizon Prepaid and Virgin Mobile use the same taxation model as Boost so if you are currently using one of them your taxes should be the same.

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  8. This is not a deal.... One line is 50$,so you pay that for a single line... Do five lines for a 100$

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    1. Unless you're looking for only a single line (in which case, why would you sign up for four?), your "logic" completely eludes me? The 5/$100 only lasts a year, while this is locked in. Of course the better deal would be taking up Sprint on their free unlimited for a year offer.

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  9. I've had boost for like 10 years and been in many states and I've never had a problem with my phone are service. I love boost!

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    1. That's only possible if you are extremely careful where you go, and never use your phone in the vast majority of the country which of course has no Sprint coverage.

      I bet I too could have a vacation where all the Sprint coverage is wonderful, if I have a big pile of printed out coverage maps on the passenger seat next to me and constantly consult them to make sure that I never go into the no coverage zones.

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  10. We also have $110 for 4 lines which included mexico unlimited roaming / calling. And free promo combines with this. So you Get up to 4 free phones when you switch to boost from any non sprint carrier.

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