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Top message:  Do Boost credits ever expire? by FONdude   Dec 11, 2005, 10:58 AM

Replying to:  Re: Do Boost credits ever expire? by Insert Witty Name Here   Dec 11, 2005, 3:35 PM

Re: Do Boost credits ever expire?

by FONdude    Dec 11, 2005, 5:46 PM

Insert Witty Name Here said:
FONdude said:
What's the minimum Re-Boost?

If there are still unused Boost credits, will they continue to accumulate?

It looks the Chirp Days, Chat Nights plan would be best for this type of user. Correct?

What are the gotchas? Any suggestions?

Minimum is $20.00

Yes, minutes will roll-over. HOWEVER, the first intial minutes you get on your boost phone is valid for 90 days. Any card you purchase after that is valid for only 60 days. Boost is currently running a promo if you activate online, they'll give you $5.00 extra. You might want to take advantage of that.

There really are no gotchas. *shrugging*

If you have more questions, let me know. Smile

Thanks. But, I guess I'm still confused by what seems to be contradictions in your response. You said that unused credits will "roll-over." But you also said that the "initial minutes" are only valid for 90 days and subsequent minutes are only valid for 60 days.

So, do they expire 90 & 60 days, respectively or do they roll-over?

What is the minimum boost credits that must be associated with the intial activation (the ones that may/may not expire in 90 days)?

This user will likely go weeks, and maybe months w/o using their phone. I don't want to see them pay for minutes/credits that they won't use.

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