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Boost Mobile Reveals More Info on Expanded Data Network

Earlier this month, it was reported that Boost Mobile would be rolling out an expanded data network so its customers can access the networks of T-Mobile. It looks like the Sprint prepaid brand is keeping up with its promise by giving select markets a taste of this network access. They are likely scheduled to launch this across the country by next month. 

Credible source Wave7 Research has noticed a report that Boost has been working hard at transitioning to T-Mobile. Its employees and dealers have undergone intensive training during the transition period. In a small number of markets, however, the prepaid brand will remain under Sprint's network. This is because the network strength is much better in these markets.

As Boost gears up for this change, they have put up a dedicated page on their website that talks about the new network. So far, only four test markets have access to the Expanded Data Network. These include select areas in Colorado, Kansas, Pittsburgh, and Texas. Customers in those markets can access the network once they are using these devices:

  • LG K51
  • LG Stylo 5X
  • Motorola Moto E6 
  • Motorola Moto G7 Play
  • Samsung Galaxy A10e
  • Samsung Galaxy A20

That said, bring your own device is currently not allowed. The good news is, Boost Mobile is working hard at making more devices available to access this network. Starting May 2, iPhone devices (starting from iPhone 6 series) will have access to the network. 

You will need to purchase a new T-Mobile network SIM before you do. Unfortunately though, accessing the network won't be as easy as swapping in a new SIM card. The device must be activated by a dealer. The pop and swap functionality will be available at another time. Once your device has been activated on the new network, you won't be able to go back to the old Sprint network though. 

As for the plans that will be eligible for the new expanded data network, these are the ones that will give you access:
  • $35 per month plan with 3GB data
  • $50 Unlimited GIGs plan 
  • $60 Unlimited Plus Gigs plan

To know more about expanded data network, visit this page


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  1. Im just waiting to pop and swap any unlocked phone that works on tmobile

  2. Betting many Boost stores wont know anything and will try to sell a new phone within minutes of an existing Boost customer asking them to check their existing phone.
    Anything new is a selling opportunity.
    Same for the TMobile stores when going in for a phone check or question....

  3. Reaching out to share that Boost Mobile has introduced a brand-new LG device to its stock – the LG K51, which features a rich media suite and an impressive triple-camera system, for the ultimate entertainment experience.

    Consumers interested in the new feature-filled device can purchase the LG K51 for $89.99 (plus tax) with select unlimited plans and no annual service contracts. New customers looking to make the switch can also get the new device for just $29.99 (plus tax), for a limited time.

    Full details on the device, promo and pricing can be found here.

    Please let me know if you have any questions and if you’d be interested in sharing this news with your readers!

    1. I have that phone and boost and they are absolutely horrible. I have never had so many problems getting and staying online

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