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No contracts, no monthly payments. It doesn't get easier than this. Pay As You Go gives the freedom to pay by the minute. With Pay As You Go, all nationwide calls and texts are one convenient rate of 20¢/minute or 20¢/text message.
|411||$1.29/call + airtime|
|Daily Access Fee||None|
|Price Per Minute||Not Available|
|Bonus Features||Call Waiting, Voicemail, Long Distance, & Nationwide Network|
|Prepaid Type||Monthly No Contract|
|Method of Adding Minutes||Not Available|
|Data Overage Fee||Not Available|
|Long Distance Included||No|
|Mobile to Mobile Minutes||Not Available|
|Night and Weekend Minutes||Unlimited|
|Night and Weekend Time Period||N/A|
|Push to Talk/Walkie-Talkie Minutes||N/A|
|Free Incoming Calls||No|
|Call Forwarding||Not Available|
|Other Possible Charges|
|Additional Anytime Minutes||20¢/min|
|Contract Terms and Fees|
|Early Termination Fee||None|
Customer Rating: 1
by Heather -- August 27th 2012 -- Huntington, IN
Customer Rating: 2.8
by Jeff Andreson -- June 12th 2012 -- Westminster, CA
The only good thing about boost mobile is their value plan. Everything else is so-so and their automated customer service is really worse than a 1. I'd give it a minus 4 (-4) if I could. If I added up the number of hours spent trying to access a customer service rep for something as simple as porting a number or, establishing a payment setup and then paid myself $20 an hour for time wasted then the value of the service would be worse than a full priced carrier. What am I doing wasting my time with these bozos?
Customer Rating: 2.3
by Angie -- April 15th 2012 -- Washington, DC
The customer service is one of the worst. It's extremely difficult to connect to a live person, the automated menu doesn't give you enough options and the options they do give, you end up with an automated message rather than real help. I like the phone and the plan is reasonable but the service is so awful I would never recommend Boost Mobile.
Customer Rating: 3.5
by EDGAR TRUJILLO -- February 6th 2012 -- wilmington, NC
Customer Rating: 4.8
by Ray -- January 9th 2012 -- Milwaukee, WI
Been with Boost for over two years now. They have great customer service and you can't go wrong with their Shrinkage plan. My only want is that they should have a better selection of smartphones and offer a 4g network. I get a new phone from them every few months or so and I have the Samsung Prevail right now. Great phone....does what it's supposed to do.....plus I'm only paying a fraction of what I was paying with Verizon and US Cellular. So go with Boost if your looking for a great plan with great customer service without the long term contracts of the other companies.
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