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Boost Mobile customers with Auto Re-Boost will score 2.5GB data for just $35 per month

ByinSales & Special Offers | January 23, 2015

Boost MobileWith so may offers to chose from, it takes quite a lot of effort for a carrier to attract customers these days. Since its UnCarrier initiative begun two years ago, T-Mobile has been the leader when it comes to non-contract plans, or at least that’s what the network believes. However, it doesn’t mean that other carriers are very far behind. In fact, some have better deals to offer. Take for example Boost Mobile – customers with Auto Re-Boost will score 2.5GB for just $35 per month.

Boost customers with set up auto payment will get more data

Boost Mobile come to dataStarting February 3rd, Sprint’s subsidiary Boost Mobile will launch a new Data Boost plan that will include 2.5GB of data for as little as $35 per month. The new plan is an upgrade to Data Boost plans which have been available since last year and offer 1GB of data for $35. Now users will get 2.5GB of high-speed data in addition to unlimited talk, text and data – all these for exactly the same price of $35 per month.

In order to receive the increased amount of data, interested users will have to sign up for Auto Re-Boost. It’s a quick and easy payment method which automatically charges user’s credit card, debit card, or bank account each month. That’s a pretty convenient payment method, since you have one less thing to remember, plus you get a nice bonus in the form of a generous data bucket. The new plan will be available to both new and existing customers.

As an additional incentive, Boost Mobile has one more offer – through March 31st users who wish to port their number from any non-Sprint-related carrier and sign up for a Data Boost plan will receive a $100 discount on any new phone. Even if you don’t want to keep your old number, you still get a little something, that is the first month of service for free.

4g Data Plans at Boost

T-Mobile has been setting the standards for non-contract offers for the last two years, but Boost Mobile apparently is learning fast. It probably won’t be long until other network follow in Boost’s footsteps; however, currently the carrier’s new Data Boost plans are the best you can find.

source: Boost Mobile

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