Racking up too many unexplained bills with Boost Mobile? Learn my favorite methods for checking your Boost Mobile call history below! I’ll be starting with a quick pointer on how you might use Boost Mobile to view your incoming and outgoing Boost Mobile calls before following up with a quick demo for deleting your Boost Mobile call history records! We’ve even included a method of tracking someone else’s Boost Mobile call history at the very end — just to provide as much information as possible for whatever you may need it for!
If you want to view your incoming and outgoing calls with Boost Mobile — for budgeting or whatever else, you need to do that for — then check out My Boost. My Boost is Boost Mobile’s online call history reporting platform. Which basically means, that it’s the place where you can get access to, and view, your Boost Mobile call history (and the call history of any others under the same service plan.)
For My Boost to work, you will need to create an ID with your Boost Mobile phone number. This process, as Boost Mobile calls it, is to Activate a Devicefor tracking.
Once your Boost Mobile device is activated, you can begin checking My Boostfor your incoming and outcoming calls! For this, select CALLS> and then click the HISTORYoption. That should move you to a page where you’ll be able to view a compilation of all the calls made under your phone number.
Now, if what you’re looking for is to permanently delete call history on Boost Mobile, there’s a way for doing that on My Boostas well! Just know, that deleting this data won’t make it unavailable to those of Boost Mobile (just anyone who might have access to your account.) It also won’t change your bill cost for the month. So, there will always be a discrepancy between your call history and your billing cost if you do this.
The first few steps of this demonstration are the same as before. Starting with, of course, you signing in to My Boostwith the device that you activated with Boost Mobile.
Again, just like before, select CALLS from the toolbar at the top of the interface, and then select the Historyoption. This will move you to a page where you can see all your recorded Boost Mobile calls during a certain billing period.
An option will be available on your page for you to delete your Call History. Use it in order to erase the data and prevent any prying eyes from snooping into who you are calling.
As promised, we’re going to top off this Boost Mobile guide by introducing you to a tool that will allow you to check someone else’s Boost Mobile call history. The tool is called Aispyer, and it’s a spy app that you can install on any device of your choosing to, quite effectively, spy on who they’re calling. That part, we’ll demonstrate below, but Aispyer is actually known for more than that. Including the following.
Just like before, in order to ‘activate’ your device, you need to start off by creating an online Aispyer account — this will require an email and a password of your choosing.
As a pay-to-use software, you will need to subscribe to an Aispyer plan to begin using it to check your Boost Mobile call history. Do so in order to follow along OR check out the FREE demo version to explore Aispyer without making any commitments.
Only when you’ve subscribed to Aispyer will you be able to download and install the spy app on the device that you want to monitor. A download link and a purchase code should have been provided upon payment. Use those to set-up your target’s device with the spy app!
When the app has been properly installed, you’ll be able to select and see it on the Aispyer dashboard (which you access with the account you made in Step One.)
If you’re monitoring more than one device, you can flick between them quite simply by selecting whichever device you want to survey from the top-most widget on the Aispyer dashboard.
Once you’re sure that you’ve selected the device you want to monitor, click the Calltab from the menu on the left side of the interface.
You’ll then be moved to a page where you can view all incoming and outcoming calls!
If you want to know how to tell apart incoming and outcoming calls, check out the Call Typecolumn. The blue icon means that it was an incoming call, while the red icon means that it was an outcoming call.
Aispyer also has a handy feature that will allow you to suss out any calls that the owner of the device may have deleted — which you can tell apart based on whether there is a trashicon (which is highlighted in the image below.)
If your goal is to plan and budget your cellular use according to your call history, then the My Boost tool is the one that I’d recommend most for you. It is, after all, completely free to use. So, if that’s all you need it for, then it’s right there for the taking. But, of course, the tool does have its limitations — like not allowing you to check another’s call history. So, if your goal is to monitor someone else’s conversations instead, then the tool I’d most recommend is Aispyer!
It really depends on what you need in the end. So, feel free to explore both options and see which is the right tool for whatever you want to do!
Aispyer IS DESIGNED FOR LEGAL USE ONLY. It is a smartphone and tablet monitoring software that shall be used only with the aim of parental control of their children, by employers to monitor the devices which belong to them and on which the employee’s work, on a device which is of your ownership, and by you with a consent of a device owner.
Failure to do so is likely to result in violation of applicable law that could result in severe monetary and criminal penalties imposed on the violator. You should consult your own legal advisor with respect to legality of using the application in the manner you intend to use it prior to registering, downloading, installing, and using it. Aispyer cannot be held responsible if a user chooses to monitor a device the user does not have the right to monitor; nor can Aispyer provide legal advice regarding the use of the software.