By Joe Paonessa Aug 14, 2017
Sprint has announced that starting on August 22nd, Boost Mobile subscribers will be able to add a second line to their account for just $25/month. The offer should be available at local Boost Mobiles stores as well as through the Boost Mobile website. The promotional offer had previously been available only at Walmart.
With the savings, subscribers will be able to get 2 unlimited LTE data lines for $75/month. This matches a promotion that was just launched by T-Mobile's MetroPCS. Boost Mobile is marketing the plan as a back to school offer.
With the special rates in place, Boost Mobile's family plans are priced as follows:
Boost Mobile's Family Plan Discounts
Unlimited LTE Data Plan Pricing
$50/ month - 1 line, unlimited talk, text and LTE data with 8 GB of mobile hotspot
$75/month - 2 lines plus $25/month for each additional line up to 5 lines.
Like all unlimited LTE data plans, there are a few limitations with this one.
Customers who use more than 23 GB of data in a month may have their speeds temporarily slowed down during times of heavy network traffic. Video streams are limited to 480p, gaming streams 2 Mbps and music to 500 Kbps.
Boost Mobile's 3 GB data plan is also being discounted as follows:
3 GB Data Plan Pricing
$30/month - 1 line, unlimited talk, text and data with the first 3 GB at LTE speeds
$55/month - 2 lines plus $25/month for each additional line up to 5 lines.
All of Boost Mobile's cell phone plans include 50 minutes of domestic voice roaming.
Boost Mobile is currently running an in store only promotion that is set to expire on September 7th, where subscribers can get 4 lines of unlimited LTE data for $100/month or 5 lines for $125. The new promotion is likely to kick this older one to the curb before it's expiration date, so if you and your family are on the fence about Boost Mobile, you may want to take this older offer before it disappears.
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