Foo - Boost mobile? need feedback!
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My contract was fulfilled back in Oct 2010 with AT&T wireless, I've been going on a month to month basis since that time. I'm moving on because we have 4 lines with the family 1400 minute plan and unlimited text messaging, which is costing me an average of $175.00 per month. I'm simply tired of paying so much so I'm moving on. I'm thinking of going the Boost mobile route for myself, ($50 a month unlimited everything) the other family members are moving on to what ever THEY want to pay. I need feedback from anyone that uses Boost, any and all info is appreciated! TY :)
01-13-11, 10:52 AM
I've used Boost in the past as a secondary phone and it wasn't bad. I did the $50 a month deal too. Only thing is, if you want a decent looking/using phone you have to pay a bit more than you would since there is no contract.
Reception and call quality, customer service was fine.
01-13-11, 11:06 AM
Boost has two types of phones, the newer ones are essentially Sprint without roaming. It will have the same coverage/quality as Virgin Mobile CDMA and a few other resellers. The few times I have played with their service it was more than acceptable.
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