Boost Joins Hybrid Prepaid Party
Oct 19, 2006, 4:06 PM by (staff)
Boost today announced three new plans that will allow subscribers to pre-pay for a month of service. All plans include a month of unlimited walkie talkie and calls for 10 cents per minute regardless of what time of day they are made. In addition to the $30 plan that only includes those features, Boost is offering a $50 and $70 per month plan. The $50 plan includes 400 minutes while the $70 plan includes 600 minutes as well as unlimited nights and weekends. Amp'd and Virgin Mobile both already offered pre-paid monthly plans.
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Boost Mobile Offering Unlimited Calls to Mexico for $5
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Verizon Debuts $80 Unlimited Plan for Prepaid Service
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Verizon Changes Up Prepaid Plans
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Sprint Debuts Unlimited Plan of Its Own
Sprint today announced Unlimited Freedom, a service plan that provides unlimited talk, text, and data for two lines at $100 per month. Sprint says the Unlimited Freedom plan offers "optimized streaming" for "video, gaming, and music" and "unlimited LTE data for most everything else." Specifically, video resolution is capped at 480p resolution when streamed over the network, while games are capped at 2Mbps, and music is capped at 500Kbps.
This isn't this week...
Thought they trying to slow down its popularity