Boost Mobile, one of Sprint’s signature non-contract brands is lowering the cost of their unlimited plans on select non-smartphone devices. These new plans won’t start at $30/mo for unlimited however they can shrink as low as $30/mo under Boost’s shrinking payment program.
With Boost Mobile’s payment program, customers are rewarded for every 6 on time payments with a $5.00 decrease in their monthly rate. With the devices in this special program that shrinking rate can go all the way down to $30 a month, which is by far the cheapest unlimited text and talk rate available in the U.S.
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“With the price of gas nearing $5 across the nation, Boost is launching an affordable monthly option for customers looking for basic calling options on a dependable nationwide network,” said Andre Smith, vice president-Boost Mobile. “Customers can enhance this plan with unlimited calling to Mexico for an additional $5 a month, delivering unlimited talk and text to the U.S. and Mexico for as low as $35 a month – the wireless industry’s best value to meet these challenging times.”
The promotional plan is available starting March 29th and the offer will end on May 31st. Customers will be able to stay with this rate program for the entire life of their account. Boost Mobile operates on Sprint’s network so it insures great coverage from coast to coast.
The phones in the program are the LG Rumor Flex, Motorola Theory, and the Sanyo Innuendo by Kyocera.