Boost Mobile Drops Prices, Increases Data
Boost Mobile today announced a new promotion that offers twice as much data across its prepaid plans for less money. Beginning September 3, Boost is dropping the price of its three main plans From $40, $50, and $60, to $35, $45, and $55, respectively. All three plans include unlimited talk and text. The $35 plan jumps from 500MB to 1GB of data; the $45 plan jumps from 2.5GB to 5GB of data; and the $55 plan jumps from 5GB to 10GB of data. The promotion runs through November 3, after which the prices go back up to their normal rates and the data allotments drop back down to their normal limits. Shrinkage does not apply to the promotional rates. Boost Mobile operates on Sprint's network.
source: Boost Mobile
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