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Boost Mobile Running a Few Promotions Right Now

Boost Mobile is currently running a few promotions that might interest you. There's a promotion that gives you 4 lines of service for $30 each, another that gives a 3-line family plan for $100, and a Beat the Heat Promotion where you can get 20% off on your next Android phone purchase. The Sprint prepaid brand is considered to be its largest prepaid service provider.

4 Lines for $30 Each Promotion

The first promotion offered by the prepaid brand is getting 4 lines of service for $30 each. Each service line comes with unlimited talk, text, and data. It also includes 30GB of mobile hotspot and HD video streaming, which means that you can stream HD videos up to 1080p resolution, music streaming at up to 1.5Mbps, and gaming at up to 8Mbps. During network congestion hours, data deprioritization occurs.

This promotion is available for new and existing customers. You can sign up for service under this promotion between July 24th until August 31st.

3 Lines for $100 Promotion

Another promotion being offered by the prepaid brand is suitable for family plans. You can get 3 lines of service and only pay $100 per month. The plan includes unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data. It also includes 20GB of mobile hotspot data, 480p+ video streaming, 500Kbps music, and 2Mbps gaming. Each line has an allotted 50 domestic voice roaming minutes as well as 411 Directory Assistance calls. Once data consumption exceeds 23GB before the month is over, the data speed is slowed down during network congestion hours.

This promotion ends on July 30th.

Boost Mobile's Beat the Heat Promotion

Lastly, Boost Mobile is offering 20% off on all new Android smartphone purchases in celebration of summer season. For a limited time period, you can get the phone you want at a discounted price when you enter the promo code SUMMER upon checkout.

Here are the phones you can get under this promotion:

  • LG Stylo 3 - $79.99 (was $99.99)
  • LG Tribute Dynasty - $39.99 (was $49.99)
  • LG X Charge - $63.99 (was $79.99)
  • Motorola Moto E4 - $31.99 (was $39.99)
  • Motorola Moto E5 Play - $63.99 (was $79.99)
  • Motorola Moto G6 Play - $79.99 (was $99.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy J3 Achieve - $69.99 (was $79.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx - $119.99 (was $149.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy J7 Refine - $183.99 (was $229.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 - $479.99 (was $599.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 - $559.99 (was $699)
  • ZTE Blade Force - $63.99 (was $79.99)
  • ZTE Max XL - $79.99 (was $99.99)
  • ZTE Prestige 2 - $31.99 (was $39.99)
  • ZTE Tempo X - $23.99 (was $29.99)

There is no mention of an end date for this promotion. 

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  1. Do any current Boost or Tmobile phones support all bands on each other?

  2. Boost Mobile does it again!!!!! 30g of mobile hotspot (for existing customers too) that's insane. And yes i get EXCELLENT service with Boost Mobile IN MY AREA. I'm currently on the 4 lines for $100 plan and will be switching over ASAP

    1. The 4 line plan with 30g hotspot also bumped up the data allotment to 35 gigs before it gets deprioritized. That's amazing in my book. Good for Boost!

  3. Cricket and MetroPCS have 4 for $100 deals with free phones, so Boost decides they're gonna do for 4 for $120 with moderately discounted junkers. They don't have the network to sell prepaid at a premium.

    If you ever wanted to understand why Sprint failed, here it is.

    I feel bad for dealers opening up new stores, nobody is coming into stores.

    1. $5 for FULL HD and 30g Hotspot of data!! Who else is offering that? Metro PCS's 4 lines for $100 doesn't come with mobile hotspot or HD Streaming.Moderayely discounted junkers... Galaxy S8 is a junker, Galaxy S9 is a junker, The newly released Moto E5 Plus is a junker? Since when? Due explain, I'll wait...

    2. 3 lines of MetroPCS $60 plan costs $120 with unlimited LTE hotspot.

  4. "$5 for FULL HD and 30g Hotspot of data!! Who else is offering that?"

    Get real... This only looks good on paper. It simply doesn't work in most of America due to the failed constricted Sprint network.

    1. I have had both Boost and Metro. I tried not to like Boost. Simply put, Boost is a better value and overall the service is the same. The Sprint network continually is underrated and most customers are presumptuous of it's inferior quality. T-Mobile and Metro we're re biggest rip off I experienced. The workers lack respect for us the consumers. Finally T-Mobile and Metro are not Verizon. Their customers act like they aren't the gutter of the big three. Even AT&T is ahead of T-Mobile. That's not by chance, this is why TMO lies and Metro lies claiming to be just as good as the big two. Yet their prices, services, customer care all suck. TMO is just a bootleg that tries to bang on Sprint because Sprint does affordable better even in last place. If TMO was that great they wouldn't beg Sprint to let them take over the fourth place carrier...

    2. If it works for you, sure but anything on the Sprint network doesn't meet the needs of most Americans.

    3. Like i said Boost works EXCELLENT in my area. 30g of hotspot instead of the 8g i currently have is GREAT. i had Metro Pcs, inside buildings service was horrible. Switched to boost i get service everywhere.

  5. Affordable phones
    Affordable service
    Low or no fees
    Convenient payment options
    Actual customer care
    Various promotions and options
    I can see why customers on other carriers hate Boost
    They want low price point market's approach to be shabby and disrespectful
    Fact is Boost probably treats customers better than most carriers treat customers on Verizon, AT&T, and T-MOBILE, especially Metro. Metro is notorious for ripping customers off and not having courteous customer care. A woman told me her Boost service worked in her office building while Verizon and others failed. I would resent boost too if I had a $500 phone on another network and couldn't call or text in a building when my carrier claimed to have the most coverage in America...

    1. Thank You!!!!! Boost works inside most buildings where Tmobile and Verizon aka "The Best Service around" DOES NOT!! I see it every day.

  6. PS
    Boost sent me a free J7 just because since I stayed two years with them. Sprint offers me discounts to go contract over prepaid continuously. What prepaid carriers offer free phone upgrades outside of their normal policy as a thank you? Or offer regular discounted phones at Best Buy or Walmart? Or let you pay your bill at Family Dollar without sales tax? Or give $20+ in Boost Dealz ads? Paid surveys while Metro charges fees just because...

    1. Boost Dealz ends tomorrow july 29th and boost mobile has not offered any other options to save after eliminating autopay $5 credits as for customer service they ate the only carrier or mvno that will erase your phone number and replace it without request to a random phone number and blame the customer of doing the phone number change. Sprint 3g works better than other carriers 3g but their 4g has download speeds that can vary from 0.06 to 47Mbps within 10 minutes time at the same location

  7. Boost Mobile has a new $80/month ultimate unlimited plan "HD video streams up to 1080p, music up to 1.5 Mbps, gaming up to 8 Mbps. Data deprioritization during congestion.

    Get high-value features from Boost’s most inclusive plan: Unlimited Gigs, HD streaming, International Connect PLUS, 40GB mobile hotspot, TIDAL Premium, and priority care service. Create family plan with lines from select other plans. Learn more about Ultimate Unlimited."

    1. $80 is expensive but I concur if its $30 less
      Far as the person who lost the number and Boost Dealz you still can earn credits
      Call Boost or Sprint Customer Retention and let them know about your number and how disgruntled you are as a result
      Sprint usually responds favorably
      Sprint and Boost have continually surprised me with how well they respond to any issues I have
      Boost is seeking other ways to reward customers now that Dealz will be over
      Just be patient
      When I left Metro I intended to return shortly
      Boost gave me great phones and discounts
      14 day grace periods to pay my bill without cut off service
      I can't lie I'm not leaving Boost
      I have no reason to
      I can pay my bill anywhere with cash
      Metro sells Alcatel and Coolpad brands which don't appeal to me
      Again, Metro has no customer care only disrespect and contempt for customers
      Boost and Sprint go out of their way to see that I like my service.

  8. Boosted moble i think is best i get really good service everywhere.

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