This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you guys heard about Re-boost from Boost Mobile? First, I’m not sure how many people are apart of their network, but they are definitely smaller than Verizon, AT&T, etc but they’ve got some pretty cool features and phone plans that may start attracting new customers.
Boost Mobile has designed three simple phone plans to choose from, all with no contracts:
- Monthly Unlimited – $50.00
- Blackberry Monthly Unlimited – $60.00
- Daily Unlimited – $2.00 per day
The Re-Boost feature that they’ve launched gives you flexibility for paying your account balances and adding funds to your account. You get three options for paying: you can pay via credit card on the site or set up automatic monthly payments, you can pay at a local re-boost station, or you can pay by phone. Another cool feature that they have? You can actually “gift” Boost Mobile service to your friends and family by adding funds to their accounts, which goes towards their bill.Ã‚Â If you are looking for a gift that someone could really use for the upcoming holidays, helping pay for part of their Boost Mobile bill would be a pretty good one. I know I’d love it if someone helped pay part of my cell phone bill next month!
Besides their easy and convenient ways to pay your bills, Boost Mobile phones also set up extremely well for the social person. Facebook, Twitter, whatever it is, you can get it on your Boost Blackberry or phone. If you are a social media user like I am, and I know many of you are, then this is a great bonus for you.
I do most of my tweeting and Facebook updates from my mobile phone and Boost’s phones are social by nature and make it incredibly easy to make your status updates, tweet a funny joke, or share a picture of your friend picking his nose in the bar. Having that ability in my hand while I’m out and about is great and makes it easy to connect with others if the opportunity arises.
The best part? All your internet access and connectivity to Facebook and Twitter is covered in the low monthly priced plans that they have. So you don’t have to worry about going over your limit on data usage, text messages, or minutes.
Do any of you guys have Boost Mobile service? My cell phone bill is outrageous, this makes me want to re-evaluate it!