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Boost lowers 4G LTE plans to $35


Newsbrief by Andrew Kameka on Thursday February 06, 2014.

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Sprint-owned MVNO Boost Mobile has temporarily lowed the cost of its 4G LTE plans. Boost will charge customers $35 per month for its unlimited talk, text, and data plans. The discounted rate will last only for the first six months that service is active. Customers will then go to the standard $50 rate and be able to low their bill down to $40 if they make 12 on-time monthly payments. Any 4G LTE-compatible Boost phone is eligible for this deal, which runs from now until March 31, 2014.

source: Boost

 
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