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Boost Mobile Service: 1-Month Prepaid Unlimited Talk/Text + 2GB Data + SIM Kit

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Boost Mobile is offering their Boost Mobile: All-New 5G Network Service: 50% Off 1-Month Prepaid Unlimited Talk/Text + 2GB Data + Free GSM SIM Kit & Double Your Data Plan on sale for $5 listed below.

Thanks to Staff Member SharpNarwhal1230 for finding this deal.

Note, use the 'Check Availability Now' tab to see if your location qualifies for this promotional offer by supplying your zip code and email address

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  • 1-Month Boost Mobile Prepaid Unlimited Talk, Text, and 2GB of Data ($10 value)
  • Free GSM SIM Kit ($9.99 value)
  • Free Shipping ($4.99 value)
  • Free Double Your Data
    • Note, valid for the first 3-months and must activate before March 29, 2021 -> now April 15, 2021

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  • Overall save 50% Off this promotional network service bundle + additional value like free GSM SIM Kit/shipping
  • If your location qualifies, the promotional offer will automatically be added to cart w/ discount
  • Offer valid for a limited time or while promotion last
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Boost Mobile: Get 2GB Data + Unlimited Talk & Text for $5 + Free SIM
  • 1-mo Prepaid Unlimited Talk, Text, and 2GB - Only $5 ($10 value)
  • Free GSM SIM Kit ($9.99 value)
  • Free Shipping ($4.99 value)
  • Free Double your data (Valid for the first 3-months and must activate before 3/29/21 -> now 4/15/21)
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Last Edited by SDSantha March 10, 2021 at 04:33 PM
1. What's the deal?

Get a free GSM Boost Mobile SIM card (retails for $9.99) + Free Shipping when you purchase a $10 EPIN credit to be used on the Unlimited Talk, Text, and 1GB Plan. For a Limited time, this credit is 50% off and only $5.

This offer does qualify for the Double Your Data promotion for your first 3 months when you activate your SIM card at https://activate.boostmobile.com/.

Just EXTENDED! Activate before 3/29/21 to take advantage of the Double Your Data 3-month promotion.
Update: Double Data Valid through 4/15/21.

Plan: $10/mo
Unlimited Talk and Text
Mobile Hotspot
2GB*/mo (first 3 months, then 1GB/mo)

* High Speed Data at 4G LTE or 5G.

5G requires compatible device


2. What am I being charged for today and how does this work?

The New Boost Mobile SIM card is $0 and Shipping is Free. You'll be charged $5 for a $10 EPIN credit to be used towards the 1GB Plan. After checkout, an epin will be emailed to you so that you can use this credit when you activate your plan AFTER you have received the SIM card in the mail.

You may be charged at activation for a plan if the $10 Month plan with 1GB is not chosen.

3. What network does this work on
The New Boost Mobile SIM works on Boost's Newly Expanded 5G Network that uses a GSM Network.

Regarding the SIM card for Boost's CDMA Nationwide Network: This CDMA SIM card uses Boost's CDMA network which will soon be expired/shuttered; All new Boost customers will activate on Boost's Newly Expanded Data Network, which is a GSM network.

4. Will my phone work with this SIM Card?
This will work on most Unlocked GSM Phones. You can check your device's eligibility here - http://boostmobile.com/byo

5. Do I need to activate it? After I get my SIM card in the mail, what do I do?
These SIM cards will NOT arrive to you activated on a plan. You will have to visit Boost Mobile's website to activate your phone, and use your EPIN credit to take advantage of the deal.

After receiving your new SIM card in the mail, activate it here - https://activate.boostmobile.com/

6. Does this work for existing Boost Mobile customers?
Yes, existing customers with compatible devices (for the Newly Expanded Data Network) are eligible for a SIM swap.

7. Is this available in-store?
Yes, the SIM cards and offers are available in Boost stores.

8. Do you want to cancel your order or need additional Customer Support?
Visit the Boost Support Center or contact our care team at https://www.boostmobile.com/suppo...ct-us.html.
It is very difficult for us to cancel orders with this new system in place. We'll try our best but once an order is placed, we may not be able to cancel it. Thanks for understanding!
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You can turn off that feature. I run 3 numbers on one phone.
One is main cellphone number and no one has that except immediate family. Not even my siblings or parents have it.
Then I have an everyone else phone number which is google voice.
Then I had set up another google voice number which is a local number for the school to be able to reach me as they can only dial out on a local number, which none of my numbers have the same area code as I have moved a few times since I got each of my numbers. I also have that number forward voicemails and missed calls to a separate Outlook email account and have push notifications set up so I don't miss anything important from the school incase I'm not able to get to the phone right away. It's great too because when the school calls and it's after school hours I know I don't need to answer it and I can read the voicemail transcription. Plus it adds a written record to reflect back onto if I need to save the dates of events or anything else school related. It just makes it easier so I don't need to scramble for a pen and paper when the school calls.
I've used Google voice for over 14 years or so and I don't know what I'd do if they ever got rid of it.

Edit: with the way I have things set up I hardly ever miss an important call unless I don't have my phone near me. and because of the way things are set up I don't really get Spam calls as I've had my cell phone number for many years and I've never given it out to anyone. and Google does a good job blocking spam calls on my Google voice number. and my third line(2nd GV) I don't give that out to any one either so no one ever calls that line.

and I just remembered we have a 4th Google voice number as a house line (used with an Obihai) and that too is only for immediate family. and all calls are blocked except the numbers that are on the contacts list. so that too never rings and if it does it means it's urgent as it's a last resort number if you can't reach us thru our cellphones.
some may think that is excessive but it's really simple and I don't have to worry about random junk phone calls. as some of my other family members phone ring basically non-stop. I don't know how they deal with it.
I think Google voice is one of the greatest ways for voice communication with all of it's features. if they started to charge for it I'd have to rethink how many extra phone lines I have but I'd pay for at least 1 if not 2 lines as long as it's not too ridiculous in price.
Why wouldn't Google voice be more professional. You would have your main line and then your professional line via GV app. Then it wouldn't matter what your main line number is because your Google voice number can always be forward to any number you have.
You can turn off the need to state a callers name on Google voice voicemail. Not really seeing your point at all...

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good deal
sprint tower or tmobile?
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Good deal. The best discount is on the first month, where you pay $5 and get 2 gigs of data (as long as you activate by 3/29). After that you have to pay $10 for two more months for the same 2 gigs of data. But the fourth month, for $10 you only go back to 1 gig of data (their standard rate).

It is nice that hotspot is included at least, and the SIM is free shipped.
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Does any unlock iPhone work? Or do you still need a boost mobile phone?
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For anyone trying to combine this with a phone discount, boost will only unlock after 12 months active on a plan, so quite awhile before you can get an unlock.
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Quote from alan11 :
Does any unlock iPhone work? Or do you still need a boost mobile phone?

any t-mobile phone will work


on iphones, you need a unlocked iphone(go into setting and check if it says no sim restrictions https://www.iphonefaq.org/files/s...-ios14.jpg


or a t-mobile locked iphone will work too


if you are shopping for a phone for this plan, try to get one that has band 71 lte (this way you get much better coverage )
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one month only? how much after 1 month?
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Pro tip?

For $5, get second line that can be used for near-future port-in-required deal on slickdeals (e.g. periodic Cricket iPhone deals requiring port-in).


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Anyone have any good phones to use this with? I only have MVNO ones.
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Dang I thought this was a new $5 plan, got so excited...
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$5 a month is great. I'm going to get this for my tablet.
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Awesome deal, need a second line for my music production, been linking up with other artist, it'll be more professional than an app or Google voice, I probably need to get in a 1 year plan for $50-99 soon though just need unlimited talk
Why wouldn't Google voice be more professional. You would have your main line and then your professional line via GV app. Then it wouldn't matter what your main line number is because your Google voice number can always be forward to any number you have.
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