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Boost Mobile to Match MetroPCS' $25 Add a Line Offer.

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Sprint announced to today that, for a "limited time" beginning August 22, customers will be able to add additional lines to their Boost Mobile accounts for $25 per month, per line. The promotion applies to either of Boost's current plans, which are:

  • $35/month / 3 Gigs of LTE: which includes unlimited talk, text and data, The first 3 GB of data is at up to LTE speeds, the rest at 2G (approximately 128 kbps) speeds.
  • $50/month / Unlimited Gigs: includes unlimited talk, text and data at up to LTE speeds. Video streams at up to 480p+ resolution, music at up to 500 kbps, streaming cloud gaming at up to 2 mbps. Data deprioritization applies after 23 GB when the network is congested.
Both plans include 50 minutes of off network voice roaming and free automated 411 directory assistance. All lines must be on the same plan. Customers who add lines during the promotion will be able to keep the $25 per line pricing after the promotion ends. The promotional prices for multiple lines are:

  • $35 plan: two lines $60, three lines $85, four lines $110, five lines $135
  • $50 plan: two lines $75, three lines $100, four lines $125, five lines $150
With this promotion, Boost is matching the Two Lines of Unlimited for $75 and $25 Add a Line promotions that T-Mobile's MetroPCS launched a week ago.

Although the new Boost promotion is a good deal, if you have four (or five lines) that you want to bring to Boost, the 4 Lines of Unlimited Gigs For $100 (or 5 lines for $125) promo that Boost is currently running is a better deal. It's supposed to be available through September 7, but Boost has a history of cancelling promotions early, so if you want four lines for $100 or five for $125 I recommend signing up for that deal ASAP.

Source: Sprint

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  1. This deal "Add a line for $25/mo.' is and has/had been a - Only at Walmart offer at Walmart for some time.

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  2. And a deafening silence washes over the masses.

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    1. Don't worry, "the Sprint only works in a fes places" guy will be around soon to fill up the comments section.

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    2. Only if the troll claiming claims that a carrier that only covers a third of the country has "good coverage" shows up!

      Until then, carry on....

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  3. I wish they matched the no tax as well.

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  4. "And a deafening silence washes over the masses."

    Apparently because this is an old deal, and with the focus on Virgin, Sprint is letting Boost languish. I am not sure of any carrier with multiple prepaid divisions that is doing a good job at all of distinguishing and focusing these divisions from each other.

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  5. This is prime example of why a T-mobile and Sprint merger doesn't benefit us. Sprint already has Virgin they don't really need. So, a merger would have Metro Virgin and Boost as their susidairie brands and we would have T-mo and Sprint branded Prepaids which we know both wouldn't stay. So, at the least one subsidarie brand and one prepaid brand would be gone which would eliminate this type of competition.

    We don't need this merger to truly compete with ATT and VERIZON. You have Comcast Charter and Dish who are wild card cable companies that could merge with Sprint or T-mo with way less combined debt than the two wireless companies combining.

    What I personally want is either Dish to merge with T-mo then Legree make cable satellite home broadband uncarrier too lol. Or which would be even better which nobody seems to be talking about have Dish merge with US Cellular and US management builds out that Dish spectrum thus expanding US footprint and also fulfulling Goverment's Dish build out requirements. That would make US Cellular more of a power number 5!

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    1. Sprint's network is trash and their liabilities are toxic.

      A merger won't make them any more competitive than they currently are, since the problem primarily stems from poor mamagement that's only ever wanted to get bailed for at least the past 7 or so years.

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  6. Taxes still extra and they don't offer Canada roaming, WiFi calling, VoLTE, or a proper BYOD program. Great job Boost, you managed to make your promo look even worse. Does Sprint have any competent managers running their company?

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    1. there is canada roaming is cost $10 monthly, Volte was for early tmobile users who had bad signal from cell tower. It is not really needed in 2017.

      Boost accepts all iphone from verizon and all iphone6 and 6s models

      People get an amazing deal and can't stop complaining LOL

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    2. " Volte was for early tmobile users who had bad signal from cell tower. It is not really needed in 2017."

      VoLTE is useful now for simultaneous voice and data on CDMA networks like Sprint. It will become essential over the next few years as carriers drop 2G and 3G and move to LTE only. On an all-LTE network VoLTE support will be required to make phone calls.

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  7. I am currently on the unlimited two lines for 75$.I also get8gb of mobile hotspots.

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    1. I currently have the Sprint Forward prepaid plan with unlimited LTE/w HD video and 10gigs of hotspot. The price is $55($50/w auto pay) and after 12 months of on time payments you can get Spring post paid service if you want to.

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  8. Boost mobile customers received a text message today 8/18 - "please be aware that the auto reboost $5 a month discount will no longer be offered after 8/21/2017. As a special thanks for being a current re-boost customer, you"ll continuevto get the $5?monthly discount as long as you are enrolled and remain on an eligible plan"

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  9. The current boost mobile website plans section has mobile hotspot under their $35 plan instead of the $50 plan so not able to use their website for accurate details but there is no auto reboost shown anywhere so Boost Mobile that option

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    1. I don't see anything wrong with the Boost site. It says that the $35 plan includes 3 GB of hotspot and the $50 plan includes 8 GB of hotspot which is correct. The auto pay discount is no longer available to new customers.

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