How To Cancel Boost Mobile

Cancel Any Service or Subscription How To Cancel Boost Mobile

Cancel Boost Mobile and Boost Your Morale

Boost Mobile is a telecommunications provider founded in Australia back in 2000. The company’s services are now available across the United States, with headquarters in Irvin, California.

Use DoNotPay To Call It Quits With Boost Mobile in No Time

Why should you keep paying for a service you no longer need? DoNotPay can ensure you cancel your Boost Mobile subscription in a heartbeat. Follow these simple steps:


  1. Access DoNotPay from your web browser
  2. Navigate to the Find Hidden Money tab
  3. Type in Boost Mobile in the text box as the name of the service
  4. Confirm

Once the cancellation process is done, DoNotPay will let you know. You won’t have to deal with Boost Mobile’s customer service at all—we’ll deal with the tedious work in your stead!

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Take Boost Mobile to Small Claims Court if They Are Not Cooperating

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DoNotPay can help you get justice by taking Boost Mobile to small claims court in case they are giving you trouble.

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  • All the necessary paperwork and fill it out for you
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  • A demand letter containing all the relevant info for you to be able to send it to Boost Mobile

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How Can You Cancel Boost Mobile Service by Yourself?

If you decide to go through the Boost Mobile cancellation process on your own, you’ll have to talk over the phone with the company’s customer care agents. These are the available ways of terminating Boost Mobile:

Can You Cancel With Yes/No
DoNotPay Yes
Company’s Website No
Email No
Phone Yes
Letter No
In Person No

How To Cancel Your Boost Mobile Subscription Over the Phone

You can get in touch with Boost Mobile customer support agents over the phone and inform them that you no longer need their services. These are the instructions you need to follow:

  1. Call 1-866-402-7366
  2. Brief the customer support representative on your situation
  3. Provide them with the necessary info about your account
  4. Ask for further instructions to complete the cancellation process

Services Similar to Boost Mobile

If you cancel your Boost Mobile subscription, you will be able to find a suitable replacement. Take a look at some of the popular alternatives:

Company Pricing Benefits
Tello From $5 to $39 per month
  • Custom and premade deals both available
  • Unlimited texts in any plan
Simple Mobile From $25 to $60 per month
  • Cheap unlimited plans
  • Nationwide network coverage
PhonePower $8.33 per month
  • Guaranteed 30-day refund if you are unsatisfied with the service
  • Incoming call routing

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