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Boost Mobile Offering 2.5 GB LTE Data with Unlimited Talk and Text for $20 if You Port Over From MetroPCS or Cricket

Boost Mobile Cut MetroPCS Cricket Wireless Bill in Half


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Boost Mobile Cut MetroPCS Cricket Wireless Bill in HalfBoost Mobile, in an attempt to draw customers away from T-Mobile's prepaid brand MetroPCS and AT&T's prepaid brand Cricket Wireless is offering those who make the switch over from either, 2.5 GB of 4G LTE data with unlimited talk and text for $20/month.  This would be far and away the cheapest offering of any prepaid wireless provider for that amount of LTE data.

As always though, there is a catch or two, or three.  This offer is only available at participating Boost Mobile dealers.  This means you can't signup online, or at your local big box store.

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No other promotional offers can be combined with this one.

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You cannot have been a customer of Boost Mobile during the past 30 days.

The promotional price is only good for one year, at which time your plan will convert over to their regular pricing and data allotment which is currently 2 GB for $35 or $30 with autopay enabled.

As always with Boost, video streaming is limited to 3G speeds, and after your 2.5 GB of LTE data is used up for the month speeds get throttled to 2G.

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3 years ago

I’ve call Boost customer service talk to that young gal that answered and wanted to help me then I asked for her for manager and neither one of them knew anything about the switching to boost in for $20 for 2.5 gigs and $30 for 10 gigs I called a couple of local Boost stores they didn’t know anything about it so I’m confused why they put that out there when oh also is participating stores and you can’t do online how do you get this promotion?

5 years ago

whats price for texts? and do i have to get a new phone if i switch from metro? is it really $20 total for 2.5 gb switch special or are there hidden fees, taxes etc?