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Boost Wireless Network Expands Coverage To 12 More Cities, Covers 140 Million Americans

Boost Infinite Boost Wireless 5G Network Expanded Coverage
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DISH has announced that it has expanded coverage of the Boost Wireless Network to 12 additional markets. The latest markets to have gained access to the Boost 5G Network with 5G voice include:

  1. Billings, MT;
  2. Cincinnati, OH
  3. Columbia, SC
  4. Denver, CO
  5. Fayetteville, NC
  6. Jacksonville, FL
  7. Minneapolis, MN
  8. Philadelphia, PA
  9. Portland, OR
  10. Shreveport, LA
  11. Tucson, AZ
  12. Washington, DC

DISH claims that the Boost Wireless Network with 5G voice (VoNR) now covers 140 million Americans across 89 markets but doesn't explicitly state where those markets are.  The Boost Infinite website provides the closest approximation. The company also does not have any of its own native coverage maps displayed on any of its websites, however, the FCC does provide a coverage map for the network updated as of June 2023.

DISH also claims that to date, it has the largest commercial deployment of VoNR in the world. It plans to add additional 5G voice markets every month throughout the first half of 2024. "The continued rollout of VoNR markets every month allows us to compete at scale, as the nation’s 4th wireless carrier,” commented John Swieringa, President of Technology and COO of DISH Wireless.

DISH states that Boost Mobile customers can get switched over to the Boost Wireless network by visiting their local Boost Mobile dealer or through However, I'm unable to see any way, at least for new customers to be able to get access to that network through the website.

There also doesn't appear to be a way as a new customer to manually get access to the Boost Wireless network through the Boost Infinite website either.

Boost Infinite has been marketing itself as offering America's Smart Network. The provider just updated its website to feature a banner on its homepage stating that it offers "smart switching between 3 wireless networks." Potential customers are asked to "join the only wireless provider that combines three major networks for the best coverage." Boost Infinite operates by using the Boost Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile networks, with the ability to seamlessly switch between each network making it "America's Smart Network." However, the Boost Wireless network only supports a small number of devices headlined by the iPhone 15. There's also a new offer to try it for 30 days. " Try it for 30 days, if you don’t love your experience, we’ll refund you completely — guaranteed." the Boost Infinite website reads.

The expansion of the Boost Wireless network into more markets opens up more potential offers to customers. Last week, BestMVNO reported that Boost Mobile launched a family plan in-store offer of 4 lines for $100. The offer is available exclusively on the Boost Wireless network. There have also been free device offers available exclusively with activation on that network.

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