I think a fair interpretation of the repeated "stay tuned to the website" comments by agents means Boost has no intention of implementing this anytime soon. Just a heads up to the rest of you boost users and potential users out there!
Hi, will boost be providing the conditional call forwarding (*28, *73, etc) anytime soon? I know this is a budget service but it's somewhat mandatory for any cell provider.
I've used google voice for 10 years no problems, and switched to boost recently. I'm going to have to change carriers if CCF is not implemented.
Thanks for your thoughts @GregCorcoranJr. Though I totally understand the need for readily available data and am proud of both Boost and Sprint for sticking to Unlimited when others moved away, I don't know of any carrier, pre paid or postpaid that currently offers an unlimited LTE hot spot. I was curious so I did a little bit of research and still didn't find one. I'd be interested in looking at the details of such a plan, if there is one out there that's unlimited LTE. Regardless, I'll absolutely pass on your suggestion and thoughts.
For power users, like yourself, sometimes postpaid can be a better option because the hotspot plans tend to be more generous. Our partner Sprint's Unlimited Freedom starts at $65 for the first line with a 10GB LTE hotspot included. If you're on Auto Pay and have a qualifying corporate discount, you could get that down to $55 for the first line. It's something to think about.
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