Boost Kicks Off $5 Promotional Rate for Calls to Mexico
Sprint's Boost Mobile service today announced a limited promotion that will allow its customers to place unlimited calls to landlines in Mexico for $5 per month. The option must be added to a monthly unlimited plan, which start at $50. The International Connect plan also includes unlimited calling to Canada; unlimited international text messages sent from the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands; and unlimited walkie-talkie calls from the U.S., Canada, and Baja California to Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru and Chile. Customers who already subscribe to the $5 International Connect plan will automatically be able to place unlimited calls to Mexico. The unlimited calling to Mexico promotion must be added by August 31.
Unlocked Blu S1 Compatible with Most U.S. Carriers
Blu Products recently announced the S1, an inexpensive Android smartphone that's available unlocked from Amazon.com and BestBuy.com. One of the chief benefits of the S1 is its wide compatibility with U.S.
ZTE Blade Force for Boost Mobile Boasts HPUE
ZTE today announced the Blade Force smartphone for Boost Mobile. This Android handset includes support for Sprint's High Performance User Equipment technology and two-channel carrier aggregation for better performance near the cell edge.
Boost Mobile Offering Unlimited Calls to Mexico for $5
Boost Mobile today introduced a new add-on for its service plans that provides unlimited calling to landlines and mobile phones in Mexico. The Todo Mexico plan costs $5 per month and can be added to Boost's $45 and $55 Data Boost plans.
AT&T Now Offering Unlimited Calls to Mexico
AT&T today added unlimited calling from wireless handsets to Mexico to its World Connect Value plan. For $5 per month, AT&T customers can make limitless calls to landlines and cell phones in Mexico.
Cricket Adds Calling and Messaging From Canada and Mexico
Cricket Wireless today improved its international offering by adding the ability to make calls and send text messages from Canada and Mexico to the U.S. The change means Cricket customers who travel to Canada and Mexico will be able to stay in touch with family and friends in the U.S.