Boost Mobile(one of Sprint's MVNO's)is introducing some new plans for customers who want a little bit more data for their money, with their brand new Data Boost plan that starts at just $35 a month, giving customers 2.5GB of 4G LTE data with unlimited talk and text. The Data Boost plans are great for anyone who doesn't necessarily need a whole lot of data to get them through the month, which typically happens if they have plenty of access to local WiFi and WiFi hotspots. If you fall into that category these are plans you may want to take a look at, especially if Boost offers decent enough service in your area.
Boost is offering three other plans in their Data Boost line-up, the starter plan with 1GB of Data at $35 a month, the middle package which costs $45 a month for 5GB of data, and jumping lastly to $55 a month for 10GB of data. All three of those plans of course also come with unlimited talk and text to round out the features. The news though is that Boost is willing to give you even more data with the Data Boost package if you sign up for their Re-Boost feature, which simply and automatically keeps your plan paid and up to date through automatic payments, so you don't have to worry about ever going without service.
For those that sign up with Re-Boost in addition to the starter Data Boost plan at $35 a month, it seems Boost will be giving subscribers an extra 1.5GB of data for free each month to use. That jumps to the $35 plan to 2.5GB as we mentioned above, which is Boost Mobile's new plan package in the Data Boost line-up. If you're someone that is used to auto payments for your wireless service and other bills, this isn't a bad deal at all, since who wants to turn down free data for nothing. Boost is said to offer the additional data benefits once February 3rd rolls around, so there isn't that much longer to wait before customers will get more data for their money. Boost also states that these plans will work with any one of their phones, which they'll discount by $100 if you're switching over from another carrier you already subscribe to. Is anyone considering this deal?