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If you want to switch to a contract-free prepaid carrier in the US, Boost Mobile is one of the best options around. It has a wide range of premium and affordable smartphones available and provides quite a few deals on devices and plans. The Sprint and T-Mobile merger has resulted in one major change for Boost Mobile recently — the MVNO is now part of Dish Network.

In other words, Boost isn’t going anywhere. We still highly recommend the carrier and feel that the holidays are a great time to sign up, as there are plenty of solid Black Friday deals to be had.

The best Boost Mobile Black Friday deals:

1. Shrink your bill the longer you stay

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Now that Boost Mobile has changed hands, Dish is already bringing the deals. The new Shrink-It plan starts at $45 per month for 15GB of 4G LTE data with unlimited talk and text. Sure, that sounds like a pretty standard plan, but the more you stick with it, the more it shrinks.

No, you’re not shrinking your data, Boost is shrinking your price! After just three months of on-time payments, your bill will drop to $40 per month, and after three more months, it’ll fall to $35 per month. That’s as low as it goes, but it’s pretty easy to stick around for six months. You won’t lose any data cap, and all you have to do to save money is pay on time each month.

2. Four lines for $100 per month

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Boost Mobile’s top deal is offering four lines of service for $25 each line. That means your monthly total is just $100 for four lines, with taxes and fees already included in the total.

Here’s what each line includes:

  • Unlimited talk, text, and data
  • 1GB of mobile hotspot
  • SD video streaming
  • Unlimited music streaming

See also: The best prepaid and no-contract plans in the US

According to the fine print, music streaming and gaming are capped at 500Kbps and 2Mbps, respectively. Also, the deal is only available to new customers who port over at least one phone number from another carrier. If secondary lines leave the plan, customers still pay $100 per month. Finally, some might experience “data deprioritization” (a fancy term for slowdowns) if Sprint’s network gets congested.

The deal is available in-store and online. You can check it out at the link below.

3. Four Unlimited Gigs lines for $120 per month

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For a limited time, this deal lets you hop onto Boost’s Unlimited Gigs plan with four lines for $120 per month. The plan includes unlimited talk, text, and data, and even a few bonuses:

  • 30GB mobile hotspot
  • HD video streaming
  • Unlimited music streaming

The HD streaming is up to 1080p, the music is up to 1.5Mbps, and gaming is up to 8Mbps. At just $30 per line per month, it’s a tough deal to top. You can check out more details at the button below.

4. Three lines for $100 per month

Boost 3 lines for 100 per month

Not everyone needs a family plan with four lines. Luckily, Boost Mobile scales its Unlimited Gigs deal down for those who are looking for a three-line option. The plan includes unlimited talk, text, and data, and here are a few of the specifics:

  • 30GB of mobile hotspot
  • SD video streaming
  • 4G LTE for most everything else

The plan has similar limits to both plans above, including the deprioritization. You can get set up online or in stores.

Check out more details at the button below.

5. Boost Mobile Smartphone deals (online and in-store)

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Boost Mobile offers some impressive instant deals on smartphones, particularly on Android phones. Here are some discounted devices that stood out to us:

If you prefer iOS over Android, Boost Mobile has you covered with even more deals. A few of the iPhone range can be yours for at least $100 off, including $150 off the iPhone SE. If they’re out of stock, make sure to call your closest Boost Mobile store and see if they have it available in-store.

You can check out all of Boost Mobile’s smartphone deals via the link below.

There you have it — these are the best Boost Mobile deals currently available. We’ll update this post with new ones once they are launched.