Prepaid Mobile Phone - Boost Mobile
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Used and New Boost Mobile Products for Sale
9060 Irvine Center Dr.
Irvine, CA 92618
Boost Mobile is a division of Sprint Corporation (NYSE: S) that offers wireless phones and services with no contracts, credit checks or activation fees. Boost is among the most popular prepaid wireless brands in the U.S. and has approximately four million customers - the majority of which are 18 to 34 years old. Boost-branded wireless phones with its exclusive BoostŪ Walkie-Talkie service are available nationwide at approximately 17,500 major retail and independent wireless dealer locations; with Re-BoostŪ available at approximately 100,000 locations throughout the U.S. Purchase and experience Boost on the web at
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Boost Mobile's pay-as-you-go plan offers service at 10 cents per minute all day, every day. The pay as you go plan also offers unlimited push to talk for one dollar per day, and wireless web available for 35 cents per day of use. The $1/day Chat Plan offers unlimited night minutes (9 p.m. to 7 a.m.) and unlimited mobile to mobile minutes. All other calls are 10 cents per minute. Unlimited mobile to mobile calls (to Sprint Nextel and Boost customers) and unlimited text messaging are included in the Chat Plan. As the name implies, there is a 1 dollar per day access fee. The Boost unlimited plan costs 50 dollars per month and comes with unlimited voice minutes, unlimited text, unlimited MMS, unlimited walkie-talkie, and unlimited mobile Web.
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