Boost Mobile offers double data to AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon customers

Boost Mobile plans
Telecom operator Boost Mobile announced a limited period offer — 50 percent data savings on their current rates and free smartphones — to customers of AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon if they switch to the wireless service.

Announced on Thursday, the wireless data offer will be valid through April 5 and will give 10GB of high-speed data per line if the consumer switches from AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon. The subscriber can also to sign up for a family plan of at least two lines, other than switching carriers, to avail this offer.

“We can help the customers save up to 50 percent off their monthly plan and get up to four free phones,” said Angela Rittgers, vice president of Boost Mobile.

This deal is on the same lines of another that Sprint, its parent company, has earlier offered for a few months, where the carrier knocked 50 percent off the users AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon bill, if the user switches carriers.

Boost Mobile provides 10GB of high-speed data per line, per month starting at $60 for two lines while a three line plan costs $85 per month, and four lines is $100 per month. Also up to four free phones are provided when porting in and activating on a family plan with options like Alcatel OneTouch Elevate, Motorola Moto E, LG Tribute, LG Tribute 2, and ZTE Speed or other model discounts by $50 each.

The special rates will remain in effect as long as customers keep their accounts with Boost Mobile activated.

In October 2015, Boost mobile offered its own customers discounts for paying their mobile services bills on time for a period of at least 18 months.

Boost Mobile created in 2002 as Sprint’s prepaid group, utilizes Sprint’s network, consisting of a 4G LTE network that spans across 280 million people nationwide.

Vina Krishnan
editor@telecomlead.com