Unlimited Voice and Data for $35/mo?

Boost Mobile is offering Unlimited Voice, Messaging, and LTE Data for $35/month until March 31st. The deal only lasts for 6 months. After the six month period is over it reverts to the $50 a month regular rate.

The speeds will throttle down from LTE as soon as you use up 2.5GB of data. Boost Mobile is a Sprint virtual operator, utilizing Sprint’s infrastructure. They use Sprint’s 4G LTE which has less LTE coverage than AT&T or Verizon.

Boost will sell you a Galaxy S3 for $399, a Boost Max Phablet for $299, or a Moto G for $129. Of course the Moto G doesn’t do LTE, does it.

If Boost would support the Nexus 5, which can work on Sprint’s FD-LTE on the PCS band (Band 25), as well as TD-LTE (Band 41) and FD-LTE on 800 MHz (Band 26), then it would be a much better deal. That support is unclear. Sprint’s Spark service utilizes all three bands, with carrier aggregation for speeds as high as 60 Mbps.

Droid Life reviews some prepaid plans for the Nexus 5.

Posted by Sam Churchill on .

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