Boost Mobile Adds Napster To Free Music Streaming Provider List
Sprint prepaid brand Boost Mobile has improved the list of free music streaming providers. The carrier has added a Napster, the sixth music streaming provider. Boost Mobile adds Napster to already available Pandora, Slacker Radio, iHeartRadio, Samsung Milk Music and 8tracks. Virgin Mobile, Boost’s sister company, also includes this music provider to its list.
From these six music streaming providers customers can stream unlimited music without using their high speed data included in a plan. Free music streaming is available on all Boost Mobile prepaid plans, $35, $45 or $60 plan. If customers enroll in auto pay, however, plans are $5 cheaper and available for $30, $40 or $55 per month, respectively. Data on the $35 and $45 plan grow. The $35 plan starts at 2GB and grow to 5GB after 18 on-time payments (after every 3 on-time payments, customers get 500MB of bonus data). On the $45 plan, data grow from 5GB to 8GB after 18 on-time payments. The $60 plan includes unlimited talk and text and unlimited un-throttled data.
Napster offers millions of songs that customers can stream and download for playing offline. They can also get into the Listener Network where they can connect to music fans from around the world. While streaming music is free from Boost Mobile (doesn’t count against plan’s high speed data), still, some of the music streaming providers may require customers to pay to subscribe.
Napster is the first music streaming partner that Boost Mobile’s added to the list of music partners. The other five music providers are available since the launch, in December, 2015. Virgin Mobile launched data free music streaming with only three music providers, iHeartRadio, Pandora and Slacker Radio, in October, 2015. Virgin also offers music streaming on all of its unlimited talk, text and data plans: $30/500MB, $40/4GB and $50/6GB plans.
Source: Boost Mobile Twitter