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First Month Free For Porting Your Number to Boost Mobile

Boost Mobile is running a "Back to School First Month Free" promotion through September 22. New customers who port a number from any other operator except Sprint or Virgin Mobile will get their first month free.

To qualify, the customer must purchase a Boost phone and activate it on the $50/month Unlimited, $55/month Unlimited Android, or $60/month Unlimited BlackBerry plan.

In addition to the free first month of service, customers can also optionally get the free month of  $5/month Phone Insurance, $5 or $10 International Connect, or $10 Hotspot service for free. The Hotspot option is only available on the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G and HTC EVO Design 4G.

These offers are not rebates, the free month and add-on are applied instantly at the time of purchase.

This  promotion is only available at Boost Mobile Authorized dealers. It's not available online or at national retailers like Radio Shack, BestBuy, Target or Walmart. To find the nearest Boost authorized dealer visit www.boostmobile.com/stores/.

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  1. I got in on one of Virgin mobile's promos similar to this one, it took 7 days , 10 people, facebook posts to get the promo applied, when they were finally ready to apply it, I ported back out and my bank refunded the price of the phone , be careful.

    1. That happens way too often with mail in rebates from all carriers.

      But this is an in store only instant promotion. Don't leave the store until the phone is working with the first month free.

  2. the retailer store in tampa fl giving the free android phone n first month free didnt read up on having to buy the phone too to qualify for free first month service

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