Some radical great deals are hitting the cell phone service market. Let’s all pause for a moment to appreciate the rapid rise in competition that is bringing us these unheard-of offers. OK, now let’s jump around and celebrate! Because if you’re tired of paying a small fortune for your cell phone plan, 2023 is going to be your year.
The newest and most affordable cell phone plan offer is now available from Boost Infinite. Their Early Access plan costs only $25 monthly for each line, for up to 5 lines. Even better, that low price is guaranteed “forever” to customers who sign up under this Early Access period for a limited time in 2023.
$25 for a postpaid plan is an outstanding offer, but a “guaranteed forever” price for the lifetime of the active account is unprecedented. It’s unusual enough for us to take notice of it here at CellPhoneDeal.com.
We decided to explore all the ins and outs of the offer to make sure it’s as good as it sounds. The answer is a resounding yes. Here’s why.
Boost Infinite comes from DISH Wireless, a rising power in the telecom industry. DISH Wireless has partnered with AT&T and T-Mobile, who will carry cell phone service on their networks for Boost Infinite customers.
That means that through your Boost Infinite plan, your cell phone signal will travel on the networks of the most powerful, reliable players in the market, but at less than half their usual price.
One major strength of the Boost Infinite Early Access plan is its simplicity. There are no hidden fees, no activation fees, and no annual service contracts. You’ll pay just a simple $25 plan fee with autopay for each line. If you sign up under Early Access, your plan fee is locked forever at that price.
You’re going to get all the benefits of a major-carrier, postpaid plan, but at a cost so low it rivals prepaid plans. For comparison, most major cell phone carriers charge $60-70 per month for their cheapest postpaid plans.
Here’s what you get for that monthly fee:
The Boost Infinite plan comes with 30 GB high-speed data for each line. Each user of a phone line on your Boost Infinite plan will have their own 30 GB of data: the data is not shared or cumulative between phones.
Note that if you exceed 30GB of high-speed data, your data speed will be “deprioritized” and will slow down significantly (to the point that you will not be able to do much using cellular data).
30GB of data is a fairly generous data allowance that should allow about 350 hours of internet browsing or 50-plus hours of video streaming in standard definition.
Most average customers will not exceed their 30 GB data. If you stream HD video or do other data-intensive tasks with your phone, just make sure you take advantage of Wi-Fi connections. If you stream while connected to Wi-Fi, you won’t use up your cellular data.
Your cell phone service will be carried on AT&T’s network if you sign up for the Early Access deal. After the Early Access period ends, new customers will have their service assigned to be carried on the networks of either AT&T or T-Mobile. Boost Infinite will assign you to the most effective network based on your area and on your selected cell phone.
In the future, DISH Wireless will also provide service with its own extensive DISH Wireless network. But that’s quite a way down the road. Technology will have to catch up to DISH Wireless before most devices can operate on the DISH Wireless frequency. The DISH Wireless network uses a frequency called Band 70 that is only available on iPhone 14 and later devices.
If you have friends or family outside of the United States, Boost Infinite will keep you connected at an unmatched low price. With Early Access, you will have unlimited calls to over 80 countries. You will be able to send texts to over 200 countries. You will even have access to 1 GB of roaming data if you are in Mexico or Canada.
The Boost Infinite Early Access plan includes a mobile hotspot. You can use your data to turn your phone into a high-speed internet access point for other devices. Up to 5GB of your data can go to the mobile hotspot each month. So, if you’re in a bind and you need to use your laptop while you’re away from Wi-Fi, no worries. You’ve got your own “Wi-Fi” connection with you on your phone’s mobile hotspot.
Customers are welcome to bring their own phones to the Boost Infinite plan. If you have a popular, unlocked, GSM phone, it can usually be activated on Boost Infinite’s network. Newer phones of all kinds tend to work across networks.
Be aware that some older phones designed to work only on CDMA networks (such as older Verizon-compatible phones) may not work on Boost Infinite’s networks. If that is the case, Boost Infinite offers many compatible phones that you can purchase to support your plan. At this plan price, switching plans may save you enough to make that new phone purchase more than worth it.
Unlike prepaid phone plans, Boost Infinite offers cell phone financing options. You can opt for a 36-month, 0% APR payoff plan if you want to purchase a phone when you order your Boost Infinite service.
Boost Infinite’s purchase plan includes a variety of phones at price points from $259.99 on up. An entry-level Moto G stylus 5G 2022 would cost you only $7.22/month for 36 months.
Boost Infinite has clear instructions and support to make switching from your old carrier quick and easy when you sign up for a new plan.
When you order a Boost Infinite plan, you’ll get a phone app to simplify everything about your account management. You can get a Boost Infinite app for iOS or a Boost Infinite app for Android.
Your app will show you your data usage at any time with the touch of a button.
You can also send feedback and answer surveys about your satisfaction through the app.
If you purchase a phone through Boost Infinite, you will even have 10 days to return that phone for a refund.
Boost Infinite also offers a phone protection plan. Should anything happen to your phone such as damage, loss, or theft, your phone will be paid off.
The Boost Infinite website describes the Early Access offer as “for a limited time only.” On the company Twitter account, the announcement reads, “Early access is now open. Space is limited. Sign up now.” And that’s about as specific as they are going to get.
To be safe, if you want some of the extra perks that come with Early Access, sign up now. Boost Infinite will still be a great deal even after the exclusive offer ends, but this initial offer is out of sight with its $25 locked-in price and extra international perks.