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Boost Mobile Rolls Out Offer for AT&T, T-Mo, Verizon Customers

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Mar 3, 2016, 10:11 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Boost Mobile today announced its own promotion aimed at converting customers from competing carriers to Boost. Boost says AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless customers who port their numbers to a Boost Mobile family plan can see monthly savings up to 50%. Boost is offering 10 GB of high-speed data per line starting at $60 for two lines, $85 for three lines, and $110 for four lines. Further, Boost says it will provide a free phone (or $50 discount) for every line ported to Boost Mobile from AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon. Customers can get up to four free phones when activated with a new family plan. Boost Mobile said this offers will be available for a limited time, but didn't set a specific end date. Boost Mobile's parent company, Sprint, has offered a similar promotion for several months.

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Mar 3, 2016, 11:04 AM

hate these damn family plans and promotions

these promotions that boost keeps running are getting old i work at one of the authorized retailers for 2 years and this is how long boost has been doing these types of promotions. this is getting so old free phones on prepaid should never exist people should relize they have to pay full retail for the phones. Maybe Boost Mobile aka Sprint should work on byod especially for the nexus devices still cant activate one on Boost mobile at all.
You work for a Boost dealer but don't seem to realize that the Nexus phones are GSM, and Boost is a CDMA carrier ? That's never going to happen unless Sprint get's bought by TMo or ATT, because Google isn't going to make a CDMA phone. Maybe it could...

Mar 4, 2016, 6:02 AM

50%? Yeah right.

Article says 4 lines, 10GB per line for $110.00. T-Mobile's current 4 line offer with 10GB is $120.00. That seems like $10.00 savings, not 50%. Wow, nice job with your advertising, Boost.
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