Boost Mobile Now Has Some Plans With "Growing Data"

As more devices get connected to be remotely controlled using mobile devices, more data is required. This is, of course, in addition to all of the apps and games that require an internet connection to work. Now, the Sprint subsidiary Boost Mobile is releasing new plans that will get more data over time for a fixed price. Their customers will be able to earn up to 3 GB extra on their monthly plan, the only thing they need to do is make on-time payments. They will get additional 500 MB every three months that they keep the aforementioned condition. So, after 18 months of payments, they will get a total of 5 GB with a $35 plan (that originally includes 2 GB of data) or 8 GB with a $45 plan (which will start with 5 GB of data).

All of the plans include unlimited talk and text and users get to use Sprint's 4G Network to get high speeds in data transfers. There's no need to sign up an annual contract and some services included in these plans are call waiting, voicemail and 3-way calling at no additional cost. Users can still get additional services like International Calling, Mobile Hotspot and Boost TV.

If those interested choose the Auto Re-Boost, which will deduct the payment amount from a debit or credit card, they can save $5 from the $35 plan. This is a good option to forget about making the payments on the due date or a little sooner and they get an extra benefit. Still, if they don't choose this option and miss a payment, they don't have to start over, the company will take into account the on-time payments to get the bonus data. These plans are available for new and existing customers, and once enrolled into one of the "growing data" plans, they will get notified by email or texts whenever they get a new data bonus. For those who don't want to wait to use more data, there's a $60 plan that includes all of the aforementioned services plus unlimited high-speed data. Users can also get a new smartphone with 4G LTE support for as low as $19.99 in one of the Boost Mobile retail stores.


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