Boost Infinite At A Glance
Year Founded: 2022
Networks Used: AT&T, Boost 5G, T-Mobile
Sells Phones: Yes
All Taxes And Fees Included In Price? No
Online Payment Options: Credit Cards, Debit Cards
A Summary Of Boost Infinite Phone PlansLast Updated: Sep 14, 2023
Single Line Postpaid Plans
Things To Know About Boost Infinite Before You Subscribe
Boost Infinite launched as a beta service in December of 2022. The beta launched using AT&T’s network for coverage. In the first half of 2023, Boost Infinite launched out of beta. Service is now provided on DISH’s Boost 5G Network where available and with a compatible device. Coverage is also on the AT&T and T-Mobile networks.
In June of 2023, Boost Infinite launched a new Unlimited+ plan and iPhone on US offer. However, seamless network switching was still not available.
For the time being, customers who signup for Boost Infinite are promised a wireless plan priced at $25/month per line for life. A total of five lines in an account can get that rate. Boost Infinite’s $25/month plan includes unlimited talk, text, and data with the first 30GB of data available at up to 5G data speeds before throttling to 512Kbps.
The Unlimited+ plan includes all the same features as the base $25 unlimited plan with a few extra additions. The plan also includes talk, text, and data usage to and from Canada and Mexico. A total of 5GB of data can be used while roaming in either country. Subscribers also get unlimited calling to over 80 countries and texting to over 200. The Unlimited+ plan is the only plan that will offer device discounts.
In September 2023, Boost Infinite launched a third plan, the Infinite Access for iPhone Plan. It costs $60/month and has all the same features as the Unlimited+ plan. The only difference is the iPhone plan includes a free iPhone when you sign up for it, and offers free yearly iPhone upgrades to the newest model. It launched with a free iPhone 15 offer, available to both new and existing customers.
Mobile hotspot is not included with any plan. However, customers can add hotspot for an additional $10/month. The add-on allows subscribers to use all of their plan’s high-speed data allotment for hotspot if they so choose. Additionally, customers can add a “Speed Pass” for $10 which gives subscribers 10GB more high-speed data. Subscribers on the base $25 unlimited plan can add Canada and Mexico roaming for $10/month and international calling and texting for an additional $10.
Taxes and fees are extra. Most customers can expect to pay an additional $1-$2 above the advertised rates. Boost Infinite is a postpaid service provider, not prepaid like its sister brand Boost Mobile. Both brands are owned and operated by DISH Wireless LLC.
At beta launch time on the AT&T network, it was noted by a Redditor that Boost Infinite did not come with any priority data while using that network. Without priority data, customers may experience slower data speeds compared to other customers using AT&T when AT&T’s network is busy with a lot of traffic.
Supported Phones And BYOD Devices
Boost Infinite sells phones and offers support for bring your own device.
Where To Buy Service Plans And SIM Cards
Physical SIMs cards are currently only available to purchase online. Boost Infinite does also support eSIM.
Boost Infinite Customer Service
Customer support is available daily via online chat and over the phone during the following hours:
Daily, 6am – 10pm MST
Support is also available through social media.