If you loaded the BOOST website on 1 July 2020 hoping to port-in a new number to the $100/6 month/60GB or $150/12 month/80GB recharge options unfortunately you’re a day late.

A BOOST spokesperson advised Ausdroid that:

“The $150 and $100 recharge vouchers will no longer be for sale to new customers”.

“As existing customers have already been informed via SMS, The $100 and $150 recharges are still available to any Boost Anytime Plus customers who recharge using a credit/debit card or paypal on the Boost App, boost.com.au or #111# “.

Boost have had a fair bit of success in recent years by offering value for money 7 day, 28 day, 6 month and 12 month options as the only prepaid MVNO with full access to all the Telstra 4G retail mobile network.

Their spokesperson advised that they are working closely with Telstra to deliver compelling products and they look forward to announcing new products and options shortly.

Even before these uncertain economic times the BOOST $100 and $150 options were very popular.

Now so many people are unemployed/underemployed it’s even more important for value for money options to be available to those in society who don’t have much money to spend.

Hopefully the new BOOST recharge options announced soon (mid August is rumoured) offer some new good value low cost long expiry options.

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    So if i have already bought a $150 80gb sim but not yet activated(expires 2022), what are boost going to do now?