Boost Mobile offers to cut your MetroPCS or Cricket wireless bill in half

Boost Mobile offers to cut your MetroPCS or Cricket wireless bill in half
Port over your pre-paid Metro PCS or Cricket pre-paid phone number to Boost Mobile, and the carrier will perform a magic trick similar to one performed by its parent company. Boost, as many of you know, is Sprint's pre-paid pride and joy and the mobile operator (which has managed to stay number three in the states despite a hard-charging T-Mobile) offers to cut in half, the bills belonging to AT&T and Verizon customers.

The deal will be available to new Boost Mobile subscribers until July 20th and those signing up will save $20 to $30 a month for a year. After that period of time is up, Boost will migrate the customer to a plan with a similar amount of data.

Boost is also offering its $30 Data Boost Up plan that gives you unlimited talk and text along with 2GB of high speed 3G/4G data for $30 a month. To sign up for that plan you need to agree to have $30 automatically zapped from your bank account each month.

If you are a customer of either MetroPCS or Cricket, ask yourself if you could use the extra $20 to $30 monthly. Just keep in mind that some of the features and services offered by the two pre-paid carriers might not be available with Boost.

source: BoostMobile via AndroidCentral


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