Boost to Offer Unlimited iDEN Plan
Jan 15, 2009, 8:31 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint subsidiary Boost Mobile announced that it is offering a new $50 per month calling plan. The new plan, called Monthly Unlimited, will give customers unlimited voice minutes, SMS, wireless Web and PTT services for $50 per month. This new plan is specifically for the Boost's iDEN network. The new plan will be available beginning January 22, and Boost plans to launch new handsets that will be compatible with the service, including at least one new bar-style phone. Boost hopes this new plan will better compete with MetroPCS and Leap.
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Why the heck does Sprint not do this?
Why would anyone want the $99 2yr contract plan now?