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    5 Lines for $100

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/techn...100/ar-AAu6g4m

    Starting this Friday, Boost is offering five lines of unlimited data to customers for $100, taxes and fees included. Even if you’re not the biggest fan of Sprint’s network — which is slowly getting better, for the record — it’s hard to argue with that.

    Boost’s deal is pretty similar to T-Mobile. The first line is $100 per month, and the subsequent four lines are free. “Unlimited” in this case really means unlimited LTE data up to 23 GB per month, with some limits on content. You can stream video at up to 480p+ resolution, music at up to 500Kbps, and gaming at up to 2Mbps. If you go over 23 GB of data in one month, your line will be subject to deprioritization, which basically means you might see slow speeds at peak times in a congested area.
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    What's the typical speed offered by boost on its 4G network ? Better than cricket's 8mbps?


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    New lines only. Existing customers don’t qualify. What garbage...

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    5 Lines for $100

    Quote Originally Posted by GSMPhonePhreak View Post
    New lines only. Existing customers don’t qualify. What garbage...
    Well that’s to prevent giving away the house. They want new customers, not lowering prices for all current customers. Besides it’s easy to port out and back in. It’s a PITA for convenience but might be worth it.
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    I was thinking to convert my paygo line to this new plan and bring in another 4 new lines from t-mobile. A deeper look into fine prints costed boost 4 new lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSMPhonePhreak View Post
    New lines only. Existing customers don’t qualify. What garbage...
    Its like this with all companies ... existing customers get garbage even if you have been with them for YEARS ... There is no more loyalty, that **** has been flushed down the toilet along with common sense & stupidity is on the rise
    Only new customers get the best deals which is WHY people jump ship every 6-12 months for the better deals
    It must be millenial mentality to not offer best deals for those loyal customers that have been with you for 5+ yrs !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by biny View Post
    I was thinking to convert my paygo line to this new plan
    Im still on my $.35 per day unlimited data Pay-Go plan for 5 yrs ago ...
    I found someone to flash a sim chip with all my donor credentials so that i can use a jailbroke iPhone 5C :-)
    Granted i dont abuse the data so that i dont get flagged .. and i use a VPN so that they dont see what im doing :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by -banned- View Post
    Im still on my $.35 per day unlimited data Pay-Go plan for 5 yrs ago ...
    I found someone to flash a sim chip with all my donor credentials so that i can use a jailbroke iPhone 5C :-)
    Granted i dont abuse the data so that i dont get flagged .. and i use a VPN so that they dont see what im doing :-)
    what's the speed you get? I only have 3G on my windows mobile 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biny View Post
    what's the speed you get? I only have 3G on my windows mobile 6.
    Its only 3G as well but the max i ever got was 2.5M down and average about 1.5M, more than enough to stream Netflix 720p HD with no issues or buffering.
    I am definitely not the person that needs to stream 4k all the time.

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