Boost Mobile: Cheap, Convenient and No Contracts

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile. All opinions are 100% mine.

When looking for great deals on cell phones, it’s not always practical to pay monthly plans. I know people who struggle to come up with the money each month which is why I’m happy to recommend Boost Mobile to you as a cheap yet good alternative.

You can buy a Boost phone at Best Buy, CVS, Target and even Walgreens locations so it’s super convenient and then choose plans per minute or per month. They’ve even got 3 easy ways to pay with Re-Boost:

1) Pay Online
Use a Credit or Debit Card to:
- Set up worry-free automatic payments
– Make a one-time payment
– Register your card for future payments

2) Pay in person

3) Pay on your Phone
Use a Credit or Debit Card to:
- Set up worry-free automatic payments
– Make a one-time payment
– Register your card for future payments
Redeem a 14-digit PIN from a Re-Boost Card or Receipt.

If you’re thinking that the reason the phone is so reasonable is that it’s out of the stone ages, bulky and not easy to use, think again! If you’re like me you’re updating your Social Networks from your mobile device and Facebooking and Tweeting throughout the day (just NOT in the car!) Well, with Boost, you can get unlimited connectivity to Facebook for one price per month. Facebook addicts rejoice!

For me the worst thing about monthly plans is the 2 year contract. I mean what if I find a better deal? I have to pay $200 to get out of my current one! Yikes! Not with Boost, there’s no contract and for just $60 a month with a Blackberry you can get an unlimited plan or just $50 with the i1! That is cheap!

Boost Mobile is convenient, cheap and proven: they’ve been around since 2002.

Visit my sponsor: Reboost

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