Apple Music users have one more reason to sign up for Boost Mobile. The telco is allowing users to stream Apple Music data-free. That means that you can listen to your favourite songs whenever, wherever, without worrying you’ll eat up all your data allowance.
With Apple Music you can listen to 50 million songs, and now you can stream them all without worrying about your data allowance. The Boost offer will likely grab the eye of Apple Music junkies who don’t want to pay for a ton of data just to enjoy their favourite tunes. Because we know how fast that data can run out, especially when you like to be connected 24/7.
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Data-free music streaming comes in line with other appealing perks offered by Boost Mobile, like half the price discounts on selected plan. And that’s on top of their mobile plans, which start at $10 and offer incredible value. The cheapest plan comes with 1.5GB of base data and unlimited talk and text. Then, there’s the $30 plan with offers up to 6GB of base data, as well as unlimited calls and texts. If you’re not sure about how much data you need, we have a handy guide here. The middle plan also includes unlimited international calls and texts to 10 countries.
The $40 plan includes up to 15GB of data and remains the same even after recharges, unlimited calls and texts, and international calls and texts to 15 selected countries. Last but not least, there’s the $50 plan. It comes with up to 30GB of data, unlimited calls and texts, and international calls and texts to 15 selected countries. That’s a whopping amount of data and great value if your loved ones are overseas.
All plans are prepaid with a 28-day expiry (except for the $10 plan which has a 7-day expiry). There’s no need to worry about contracts as well. Users can stream Apple Music data-free anytime. Boost operates on the Telstra Mobile Network.
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