Boost Mobile Unveils Data Free Unlimited Music Streaming
Boost Mobile, featuring the latest news, deals and phone plan offerings from this Sprint owned MVNO.


It seems like T-Mobile was onto something last year when it unveiled unlimited music streaming that doesn't count against your high speed data cap.  We saw Virgin Mobile announce a similar feature a couple of months ago, and today Boost Mobile has announced unlimited music streaming that doesn't count against your high speed data cap, available on all of its plans.

"Boost Mobile has made it easy and affordable for customers to enjoy streaming all the music they want, while saving their data to be used in other ways,” -Angela Rittgers, vice president-Boost Mobile

At the time of launch, Boost Mobile has announced 5 unlimited music streaming partners and they include 8tracks, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Samsung Milk Music, and Slacker Radio.

Boost Mobile essentially offers 3 cell phone plans and you'll find them in the table below.

Boost Mobile Plan Summary


$35 ($30) with Auto

Talk & TextUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited

Unlimited –
Includes 2GB of
high-speed data
that grows to 5GB

Unlimited –
Includes 5GB of
high-speed data
that grows to 8GB

Unlimited 3G/4G
LTE high-speed data

More about data that grows

Those interested in Boost Mobiles data free music can keep up to date on all of the latest at

See also:  Boost Mobile Announces Unlocking Policy


I like the moves being made by Boost Mobile as of late.  Their new plans and features keep making the brand more and more competitive in the marketplace, and with their data grows program they are offering a lot of data at a highly competitive price.  Aside from network coverage being limited, the only other downside to the service is that they don't officially support Bring Your Own Sprint Device (BYOSD) so switching to them as a provider will likely require you to buy a new phone.

Sources: Sprint Newsroom

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