Boost Mobile's new $35 10GB plan operates on Boost Mobile's Expanded Network. The Extended Network simply uses the T-Mobile network for coverage. New and existing Boost Mobile customers are eligible to switch to the Extended Network. All you have to do is go to a Boost Mobile store to get a new SIM card for your phone.
The reason Boost Mobile is able to offer plans on the T-Mobile network is because of the Sprint-T-Mobile merger. As part of the merger agreement, Boost Mobile is able to offer service on the T-Mobile network. This gives time for Dish, the company that now owns Boost Mobile, to build out its own cellular network.
Boost Mobile's new plans on the T-Mobile network support additional features. VoLTE is now supported, allowing customers to make phone calls and use their cellular data at the same time, and Boost Mobile customers can enjoy access to T-Mobile's 5G network on 5G compatible smartphones.
Boost offers some of the best unlimited plans on the Sprint network. They offer great family plans, include all taxes and fees in their pricing, fully support the mobile hotspot, and offer additional service for international calling and other features. Their plans are more comprehensive than Sprint's, and they are worth considering if you are looking for unlimited.Learn More