Free Month Promotion


GET A FREE MONTH OF SERVICE
Enjoy up to $60 in account credit – that’s one month of FREE service – when you buy and activate a phone
What do I have to do?
Choose Boost Mobile! We're giving up to a $60 account credit – that’s one month of FREE service – to new customers who buy a new phone and activate on a Boost Monthly Unlimited plan. This limited-time offer is available online and in stores.
How do I get my credit online?
1.   Buy a phone at boostmobile.com.
2.  Activate your new phone by signing up for a Monthly
Unlimited plan and paying your full monthly charge.
3.  Receive a credit of up to $60 on your account within
two weeks of activation.
How do I get my credit in a store?
1.   Buy a phone at a participating retailer.
2.  Activate your new phone by signing up for a Monthly
Unlimited plan.
3.  Receive an instant credit of up to $60 on your account,
plus get one free add-on.
Which phones qualify?
All phones currently available on boostmobile.com
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Terms and Conditions
Offer valid from 12/12 until 12/31/2013 with purchase and activation of new device on Monthly Unlimited plan $50 & above at participating dealers or Boostmobile.com, while supplies last. Must add at least one amount of month’s recurring charge to account. Device purchased from boostmobile.com must be activated by 1/31/2014 to receive credit. Credit cannot be exchanged/redeemed for cash or merchandise or combined with other offers/promotions. Free add-on includes Phone Insurance, International Connect or Mobile Hotspot (select devices only). Customer responsible for all recurring charges after free month. Free add-on not available on boostmobile.com. For details visit boostmobile.com/freemonth. Limit of one account bonus redemption per new account. Existing Boost Mobile accounts not eligible for promotion. Boost Mobile reserves the right to modify, extend or cancel this offer at any time. Services subject to additional terms, restrictions and other conditions.
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