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Check out what Boost Mobile has to offer you!

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

Who do you have your cell phone service with? I have AT&T as I am a hopeless iPhone addict, but... I have to say that after looking at what Boost Mobile has to offer I am very tempted to try the Blackberry Curve. At just $60 a month you get unlimited nationwide talk, text, web and e-mail. You can connect with up to 10 e-mail accounts (including hotmail, something my iPhone won't do), and all this is without a long-term contract. The BlackBerry Curve also gives you the option to expand it's memory (another thing the iPhone can't claim). Staying connected with friends on Facebook and Twitter is a breeze with this phone. If you don't yet have a phone that can do this I seriously recommend getting one. It is true that you can't miss something you don't have, but I absolutely adore being able to check out my facebook page while waiting for an appointment or during any other down-time I may have away from home.

Boost Mobile has offered no-contract service since 2002. To get started with Boost Mobile pick out and buy your phone, pick one of the many flexible plans they offer, add money to the account, and off you go! There are no contracts and no credit checks. You can choose to pay by the minute, or by the month. It is easy to replenish any Boost account with your debit or credit card.

With Boost Mobile's Re-Boost feature you can replenish your account on-line, in person or by phone. They have a great store locator by zip code that is easy to use. Give family members and friends something they can really appreciate by adding money to their Boost Mobile account by credit or debit card. That is a gift we can all appreciate!

With Re-Boost you can also sign-up for worry-free automatic payments. There are two options that Boost offers for automatic payments depending on which type of plan you have chosen. If you sign up for a Per Minute or Daily Plan Boost offers a Low Balance Auto Re-Boost program.  This allows you to select the amount (between $10 and $99) that you want  automatically charged to your credit or debit card when you account drops below $5. By signing up for this service you don't have to worry about service being cut-off because your account is running low. For those with a Monthly Plan, you can have your monthly payment charged to your credit or debit card directly. With the monthly payment you will receive a text message before your monthly payment date.

I will definitely be checking out more about Boost Mobile as I seriously think about switching cell phone providers. Maybe when the iPhone goes public Boost will able offer service for them? I can always hope!
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