It's way past time to quit overpaying for your phone bill. Boost Mobile is home to a variety of low-priced mobile plans which start as low as $10 per month — and the best part about it is you don't even need to purchase a new phone! Boost lets you use your current device on its network when you switch, as long as the device is unlocked and CDMA-compatible. Luckily, Boost makes it easy to check on your device's eligibility using the Boost Mobile website.
Boost Mobile does sell phones if you find that your current device is unable to be used on the network. The site even has a collection of online deals that cover tons of smartphones, including the Apple iPhone SE, the Samsung Galaxy A10e, and a bunch of others. You can save between $50 and $200 through these deals.
Boost Mobile lets you bring your unlocked phone onto the network so you can start paying less for your monthly phone bill! Plus, with its latest offer, one of its best plans shrinks in price to $35 per month after six successful monthly payments.
A variety of affordable plans are offered at Boost Mobile to give you a bit more choice in your phone service. Plans start as low as $10 with 1GB of 4G LTE data and Unlimited Talk and Text. However, one deal you'll definitely want to consider is on Boost's $45 monthly plan. This plan offers 15GB of 4G LTE data along with Unlimited Talk and Text as well as a mobile hotspot all for just $45 per month. However, Boost promises to drop its price to just $35 after you've made six successful monthly payments; it'll drop to $40 after just three payments.
If you don't have a phone to use with Boost yet, take a look through our guide to the best Boost Mobile phones in 2020 for a list of worthy options you can't go wrong with.
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