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Boost Mobile Increases Mobile Hotspot Data On Its Unlimited LTE Data Plans

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Boost Mobile customers, you're in for a treat!

Earlier today, the Sprint prepaid brand revealed that all of its unlimited LTE data plans are getting more hotspot data.

In more detail, here are the plans that have recently received an upgrade:

  • $50 per month Unlimited Gigs Plan - Now includes 12GB of 4G LTE hotspot data (previously 8GB)
  • $60 per month Unlimited Plus Plan - Now includes 30GB of 4G LTE hotspot data (previously 20GB)
  • $80 per month Ultimate Unlimited Plan - Now includes 50GB of 4G LTE hotspot data (previously 40GB)

Along with increasing the LTE hotspot data on these plans, Boost Mobile has made changes to streaming caps: 

  • $50 per month Unlimited Gigs Plan - 480p video streaming, 500Kbps music streaming, 2Mbps gaming. Always on data prioritization included
  • $60 per month Unlimited Plus Plan - Up to 1080p video streaming, 500Kbps music streaming, 2Mbps gaming. Always on data prioritization included
  • $80 per month Ultimate Unlimited Plan - Up to 1080p video streaming, 1.5Mbps music streaming, 8Mbps gaming. Includes always on data prioritization, priority customer care, unlimited international calling and texting, Tidal premium music streaming service subscription

All plans include unlimited talk, text and 50 domestic voice roaming minutes. Taxes and fees are included. 

In addition to the additional mobile hotspot data announcement, Boost Mobile has announced that they are offering port-in deals. Customers who activate service under an Unlimited LTE data plan are entitled to one of these phones for free:

  • LG Stylo 4
  • Samsung Galaxy J3 Achieve
Boost Mobile is also offering the Apple iPhone 6 to switchers at a price of $99.



The $80 per month Ultimate Unlimited Plan is said to be available only until November 15th. Since August, however, it has continually been extended to expire on another date.



Source: Boost Mobile 

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  1. Actually they introduced that on the 2nd. Not today.

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  2. warning! don't fall for the 60 and 80 plans! tried them out and asked for a refund of the 10/30 difference bc the streaming was the same as the 50 plan... the network can't handle faster than 360/480 so even on the higher plans video still streams at those speeds... those higher plans will NOT INCREASE SPEEDS!

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  3. I switched to Boost a couple weeks ago and got the byop $25/mo unltd gigs plan...amazing deal. The 12 gig hotspot is a plus. Coverage is ok since I live in work in NYC. I only wish Boost offered WiFi and LTE calling

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  4. Moto G6 play is also free on port in, And LG G6 is $49 on port in. All these phones support Sprint's new HPUE network so fast speeds

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  5. Sprint network is amazing is most metropolitan cities, I live in denver and every where I run speedtest I get over 100mb down and 10 mb up. I am using a basic Galaxy J7 refine. When I leave the city to go to mountains I get free roaming at no additional cost. It works for me

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    1. "When I leave the city to go to mountains I get free roaming at no additional cost. It works for me"

      That sounds good for 2005, but not for 2018. Because the "free roaming" with Sprint does not include data, other than a tiny amount which would mean 3 or 4 songs on Spotify. Which means that if you have Sprint, you really don't have data in most places. That doesn't cut it in 2018.

      More power to you if you are that old man with a Nokia who don't need no steenking data.

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  6. Sprint network is horrible slow speeds no more than 3mbps at any time anywhere in Las Vegas which is a "big city" hpue phone doesn't change things either... phone constantly searching for lte service and switching to 3g... doesn't matter anyway bc my this time next year Sprint and its horrible network will be all torn down and replaced with fast reliable t mobile gsm

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  7. how is the 12gb hotspot a plus when you cant even use it to stream more than 144 video? you can tell how useless hotspot is bc of the ridiculously high new hot spot data caps including a 100gig on Sprint post paid! it's un useable for anything but simple web browsing so might as well be unlimited

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    1. Exactly. What good is a Sprint hotspot when you really can't use it in most places?

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