Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile are the three big players in the American telecom network. All three networks have more than a billion subscribers overall and they are into various other services as well. There are other MVNOs that use the big player’s network on rent. One among them is the Boost Mobile that runs on the T-Mobile network after the Sprint Merger with T-Mobile.
The Boost Mobile Carrier Crusher Plan is the new Boost Mobile plan that offers 50% savings as compared to unlimited talk, text, and data plans. These plans are not just for new customers but also for existing customers.
The newly announced plans of Boost Mobile are –
- $15 per month for Unlimited 5GB 5G/4G Data (paid every three months or six months)
- $14 per month for Unlimited 5GB 5G/4G Data (paid every 12 months)
- $30 per month for Unlimited 5G/4G Data (paid every three months)
This is definitely a great saving for those who are paying $60 a month charges on the big three players.
These plans were announced by Stephen Stokols, the new Boost Mobile owner after the acquisition. After reading the terms and conditions, there is a data cap limit of 35 GB and the speed will be reduced after you have consumed the data limits.
You can purchase or activate any plans directly at my.boostmobile.com.