The "UNLTD by Boost" offer now costs $50 per month

Boost Mobile has lowered the prices of its regionally available CDMA service “UNLTD by Boost”. All customers, who were on the UNLTD $50 Unlimited Talk, $60 Unlimited Talk & Text and $70 Unlimited Talk, Text & Web plans will be automatically switched to the new $50 Unlimited Talk, Text and Web service. New users will also take advantage of the new price. Long-time customers of the UNLTD $35 Unlimited Talk, $40 Unlimited Talk & Text and $45 Unlimited Talk, Text &Web plans should not worry about their monthly charges, as they will remain unchanged.

However, keep in mind that customers will continue to pay additional taxes to their Monthly Recurring Plan Amount plus a convenience fee when replenishing in-store. The other bad news is that new customers will no longer get the first month of service for free.

The offer is available across thirteen states: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas.

source: BoostMobile



1. allboutverizon

Posts: 66; Member since: May 20, 2009

Now that's cool. I'd rather get my sister that than her have Metro PCS. I pay $55 per month for her Metro and she can't go anywhere really, even in her home area,

2. Arielnyc2006 unregistered

Yea MetroPCS is pretty bad, my friend has it here in NY and she can't even go to Long Island.

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