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Last Edited by realog91 September 28, 2021 at 08:37 PM
WARNING: There are two noteworthy issues with Boost Mobile.
  1. Data allotments are hard capped. Your internet speeds will not simply decrease - your data will turn off completely once you reach your plan's data limit. This is because part of their business model is to sell you more data during your billing cycle.
  2. While a GSM carrier using T-Mobile's network, you cannot simply activate any GSM unlocked phone. Your phone(s) must be on their approved list. You cannot work around this by activating on an approved phone and SIM-swapping to an otherwise technically compatible phone - you will have no service until you switch back to the phone you activated.
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sarcasmogratis asked this question on 09-13-2021 at 10:21 AM
09-13-2021 at 10:21 AM
Looks it's switch to 2G unlimited.
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Can you use an old unlcoked Sprint phone for this ?

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What is boost's policy regarding data overages?
Hard cap cut off, pay for overages, or switch to 2G unlimited?
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What is boost's policy regarding data overages?
Hard cap cut off, pay for overages, or switch to 2G unlimited?
Looks it's switch to 2G unlimited.
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Looks it's switch to 2G unlimited.
Yes, you are right!
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Can you use an old unlcoked Sprint phone for this ?

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On the product page it says "Works on most unlocked GSM phones". I think it uses the T-Mobile network, T-Mobile purchased Sprint one or two years ago.
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Can you use an old unlcoked Sprint phone for this ?

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Unless it a newer sprint phone it's not going to work boost mobiles GSM leased network.. Also boost will likely switch to AT&T network sometime next year.. I signed up for this recently after getting off the Google fi 4 month plan.
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my blu vivo xi+ isn't compatible with boost but its compatible with Tmobile
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$3.00 shipping
No help from boost mobile to activate line, specially if you are porting number, they don't like 3rd party purchase plan
I had canceled with stack and didn't get full refund ether.
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Sign up for Stacksocial email and get receive coupon code for "Take 10% Off Your First Purchase"
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anyone use a locked t-mobile device on here? (since they use T-mobile towers).

And to confirm, after the high speed allotment is up, you still get 2g internet?
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Where are you reading that?
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Where are you reading that?
Can you port phone number using this? what is store credit use for
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CDMA Coverage Only.
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