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Boost Mobile’s Shrinking Payments Mean More Money In Your Wallet

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile’s Shrinking Payments. All opinions are 100% mine.


It's one of those realities of life that you absolutely need a cellphone, these days.  It's a little bit like running water and electricity; you can't just go without.  So it stands to reason you'd want to do some research to find a provider that lets you get your mobile, without making too much of a dent in your budget.  Boost Mobile happens to have a plan that rewards loyalty, and timeliness.  It's called Boost Mobile's Shrinking Payments, and like the name says, it allows you to Get Shrinking Payments. Shrinking payments means, well, a fatter wallet. Here's how it works.

Say you sign up to one of their plans, (which, by the way, are no-contract plans) and like a responsible client, you make your payments on time, every month.  After 6 straight timely payments, Boost will take $5 off your bill.  Keep paying on time, and the same thing will happen again after another 6 months.  You can do this up to 3 times, for a total of $15 off your bill!  Now, $15 may not sound like much, but it does represent $180 yearly.  And when you're looking at their $45 monthly plan, that $15 represents a full 33%.  A third off, just for making your payments on time, and sticking with Boost.

Boost Mobile's plans start at $45 and go up to $60, and they all include unlimited talk, text and data nationwide.  And after 18 months of loyal service, these plans will range between $30 and $45. Your only upfront cost is that of the device you plan to use.


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OhGizmo! Review – Boost Mobile

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile. All opinions are 100% mine.

By Chris Scott Barr

It has been a long time since I’ve used a pre-paid wireless phone. I belive the last one was a TracFone some 8 years ago. It was expensive, had the bare minimum of features and horrible customer service. I was happy to be rid of it when the time came. Needless to say, I’ve had no desire to go back to that subscription model again.

When I was given the chance to review a couple of phones with Boost Mobile‘s service, I thought it might be a good chance to see how much the market has changed . I’ve spent the last couple of weeks with a pair of their phones, specifically the BlackBerry Curve (retailing for $149) and Motorola i1 (retailing for $399). These, along with some of their “Re-Boost” cards gave me a good overview of their service.

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Boost Mobile Launches Sanyo Incognito SCP6760, Offers No-Contract $50 Unlimited Plan


This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile. All opinions are 100% mine.

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By David Ponce

Boost Mobile is launching the SANYO Incognito SCP6760, a QWERTY handset with the following features:

    2MP camera with VGA camcorder
    2.6-inch, 320×240 screen
    Touch-sensitive keypad and OLED display
    Haptic feedback
    MicroSD memory card slot that supports up to 16GB
    MMS, stereo Bluetooth, a voice recorder, voice-activated dialing
    GPS support
    Bundled with Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter apps

    Boost Mobile offers a $50 Unlimited talk, text, Internet, taxes and fees plan; the great thing is that they don’t require a contract. The phone itself is priced at $129.99 (excluding taxes) if purchased online through the link provided below.

    If you’re not familiar with Boost Mobile, they are division of Sprint Nextel and the service for this particular device runs on Sprint’s nationwide CDMA network. Aside from being able to purchase this handset online, the company is hoping to expand retail distribution to RadioShack as well as Target and Walmart soon.

    Keep reading for a bunch more pictures of the Incognito SCP6760, and links.

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