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Boost Mobile Moto E5 Play pre-paid phone $59.00 (or less) at Walmart YMMV

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Walmart B&M Stores right now have the Boost Mobile Moto E5 Play for $59. Includes Sprint SIM card pre-installed and may work on the Sprint Network if the Walmart store will sell it to you without activating in store...others are saying it will work on Sprint BYOD deal even if the Walmart employee activated the Boost phone in the store. Walmart stores also have the Boost Mobile Moto G6 Play (bigger screen, finger print scanner, huge battery, etc) for $79 or less.

Here's the details on the Sprint BYOD Free 1YR deal:

https://slickdeals.net/f/10235008-sprint-byod-1-year-unlimited-talk-text-data-free-w-eligible-device-sim-req

This same phone is on sale at Boost's website for $79.99 and retail price is normally $99.99

Check local inventory in your area here:
https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=480764657
SKU: 480764657 UPC: 723755019652

More info about the phone here:
https://www.prepaidphonenews.com/...hones.html

Boost Mobile website for deal on phone:
https://www.boostmobile.com/phone...rQYdZcYNzw

https://www.walmart.com/
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My wife and I bought two of these from Walmart last night without having to activate in store and activated them with Sprint (Unlimited Plan Free for a year deal) by porting in our two Verizon post-paid phone numbers. See other FP deal for the Sprint offer. YMMV
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My wife and I bought two of these from Walmart last night without having to activate in store and activated them with Sprint (Unlimited Plan Free for a year deal) by porting in our two Verizon post-paid phone numbers. See other FP deal for the Sprint offer. YMMV
Did you have to unlock them? I have generally seen Boost phone on SD are locked and not unlock-able.
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My wife and I bought two of these from Walmart last night without having to activate in store and activated them with Sprint (Unlimited Plan Free for a year deal) by porting in our two Verizon post-paid phone numbers. See other FP deal for the Sprint offer. YMMV
i tried this with the E3 and i think just by scanning it on the register it was activated. Can you provide more information?
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Did you have to unlock them? I have generally seen Boost phone on SD are locked and not unlock-able.
No, since we didn't activate the phones in Walmart (not sure if we got lucky or if it's still optional) and the IMEI (Hex) numbers for the phone were both eligible on the Sprint Free for a Year website for valid phones we didn't have any problems during our activation call with the special 888 number for the 1 year Free deal. PS. Our two phones both had actual Sprint SIM cards pre-installed so we didn't even have to get different SIM cards to activate over the phone call.
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Which is better phone G6 play or E5 play ( considering sprint 1 yr free plan byod)
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Which is better phone G6 play or E5 play ( considering sprint 1 yr free plan byod)
I believe the G6 Play has a much bigger screen and battery plus a fingerprint scanner.
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i tried this with the E3 and i think just by scanning it on the register it was activated. Can you provide more information?
They scanned ours to check us out and asked if we wanted to activate and we said no we'll do it later online. If you tell them you are in a hurry and need to get home you shouldn't have a problem unless you get a real know it all or jerk in the Elec Dept.
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My wife and I bought two of these from Walmart last night without having to activate in store and activated them with Sprint (Unlimited Plan Free for a year deal) by porting in our two Verizon post-paid phone numbers. See other FP deal for the Sprint offer. YMMV
Is sprint 1 yr free BYOD available??

Thought thats only until sep 2018 and they introduced a new plan of $15/mo unlmtd
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Is sprint 1 yr free BYOD available??

Thought thats only until sep 2018 and they introduced a new plan of $15/mo unlmtd
Actually, the Sprint 1 year free BYOD plan is still available and if you get one now it is good until 7/31/2019.

It has always been a "limited time offer" but it is still available.

Sprint 1 year Free unlimited BYOD [sprint.com]
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item not available on walmart.com
Perhaps physically store checking is the only way.
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My wife and I bought two of these from Walmart last night without having to activate in store and activated them with Sprint (Unlimited Plan Free for a year deal) by porting in our two Verizon post-paid phone numbers. See other FP deal for the Sprint offer. YMMV
Have you used the same card comes with the phone or you bought Sprint SIM card separately?
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Seems to work with Tello. Sounds like a great phone for $59 even if Sprint 1 year free promo is not available.
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I successfully activated this on Sprint 1year free plan(not activated at register).
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Anyone have the brick seek link for the moto g6 play boost?
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